This category includes classes that extend students� understanding of the complex, wide-ranging global issues in the world today. These issues, which might come from a variety of disciplines, emphasize such issues as economic systems, human rights and social justice, religious and political movements, and the impact of the technological revolution. Important goals in King's mission statement include fostering social responsibility in our students and preparing them intellectually to lead satisfying lives. In a world in which we are all global citizens, even if we never leave our home towns, being socially responsible and intellectually prepared requires knowledge and understanding of the world that extends beyond the borders of the United States.
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Curriculum & Teaching Committee
|CART Coordinator: Daniel Clasby, Assistant Professor of History||URL: http://departments.kings.edu/carts/global/|