|Link to CORE 150 Syllabus--NEEDED
ARE COURSES THAT CAN FIT UNDER THIS GENERAL HEADING TO FULFILL STUDENT
REQUIREMENTS, Numbered 190N in this category
190N Course Versions thus far:
1. CORE 190P Global Health Issues and Problems
This Core course will present an overview of issues and problems in global health from the perspective of many different disciplines. Subjects that will be discussed in this course will include: recent history of global health; health care systems and their financing; international organizations and funders of global health; the political ecology of infectious diseases; environmental health and safe water; demography of health and mortality; measures of disease burden and priorities in health; AIDS/HIV and its prevention; and women’s reproductive health and HIV/AIDS.
Although the course with explore the multiple ramifications of disease-social, physical, economic, political , ethical-in both developed and underdeveloped countries, particular attention will be made on AIDS/HIV epidemic, exploring its cultural, social, economic, ethical, historical, epidemiological, political, psychological, sexual, public health and policy dimensions. Students in this course will learn the consequences of this unprecedented epidemic, since HIV/AIDS is the leading infectious cause of adult death worldwide. Students will learn that poverty and cultural, sociological reasons have been instrumental in causing these horrendous consequences.
Students will learn that HIV/AIDS is a world wide health problem, affecting people in the United States, Western Europe, Latin America and Caribbean, Asia, and Africa. However, students will learn the various reasons for the fact that two-thirds of all people living with HIV are found in Africa, a region that contains only 10% of the world’s population.
Dr. Hengameh Hosseini
2. CORE 190G Gender and Globalization, Rose Syllabus
|CORE 19X — Global Geography (3)
A basic survey of the physical and human geography on worldwide scope. Topics include
geographic concepts; the physical geography and climate; the human interaction with the
environment; and the nature and development of culture. This course is required for all
Elementary Education majors.
FOR A TENTATIVE
SYLLABUS, CLICK HERE
|CORE 19X Global History since 1914:
Link to Master Syllabus (with links there to individual syllabi)
Current Catalog Description:
History Dept. (Curran, Stevens, Fedrick, Zbiek, Pavlac, Scarboro)
CORE 19X GLOBAL SOCIAL ISSUES:
Part 1: Issues of Inequality
Part II. Issues of conflict
Part III. Issues of environment
Dr. Bridget Costello
|CORE 19X Global Religions, Johnson/Minor, Syllabus|
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