Course Descriptions

GS 101 INTRO TO GLOBAL STUDIES   3.0 Credit(s)
The course is designed to introduce students to the field of global studies by promoting an understanding of the interconnectedness and interdependence of global processes. Global studies imparts an appreciation for the complexity of world societies and broadens our understanding of challenges through an interdisciplinary approach to twenty-first century problems. The course approach is interdisciplinary with special attention given to political, economic, social, historical, and cultural patterns that mark globalization processes. Specific topics to be explored are the environment, migration, human rights, peace, conflict, global trade, and economic linkages.
Offered: Fall Semester All Years

GS 150 WORLD GEOGRAPHY   3.0 Credit(s)
Surveys the wide spectrum of topics that compose modern physical and cultural geography. Topics include earth/sun relationships, atmosphere, landforms, hydrology, biosphere, and energy flow. Also, population, culture, religion, politics, economics, agriculture, and industrial/urbanization. Overview concepts include mapping, regions, and environmental issues.
Offered: Spring Semester All Years

GS 302 SENIOR THESIS   3.0 Credit(s)

Offered: Spring Semester All Years

GS 302 SENIOR THESIS   3.0 Credit(s)

Offered: Spring Semester All Years

GS ELEC GLOBAL STUDIES ELECTIVE   1.0-9.0 Credit(s)

Offered: As Needed Contact Department

RAD 310 INFORMATICS   2.0 Credit(s)
This course explores the radiologic science professional's role in healthcare information systems, current technology trends in health records and electronic documentation. Also included are point of care systems and informatics in teaching/learning of individuals, families and communities across the lifespan. Specific consideration will be given to: identifying clients who may benefit from genetic/genomic information and services; patient monitoring capabilities; access by individuals and families to appropriate and accurate information; and clinical and administrative applications of information.
Offered: As Needed Contact Department