Program Code: AA.40000
This degree prepares students to understand the complexity of global issues and become agents of positive change. Students will examine factors that influence peace and conflict, ecological sustainability and social and economic justice in our world. Students will broaden their knowledge base but also develop cross-cultural understanding and skills in community building, conflict mediation and solution creation that can be applied at the individual, local, and global levels. Students must take 8-12 hours within their selected Track.
Track 1: International Business (2+2 Transfer) focuses on the global business environment, including trade, finance, law, marketing, management, culture, and comparative economic systems.
Track 2: Global Environment (2+2 Transfer) focuses on factors influencing environmental transformation and exploitation, and explores solutions to environmental problems.
Track 3: Human Services/Social Justice (2+2 Transfer) focuses on obtaining the knowledge and skill to identify and meet human needs in a variety of social and cultural settings.
Track 4: International Relations (2+2 Transfer) focuses on exploring the sources of international conflict and the necessary conditions for enhancing peace and cooperation among nations.
Curriculum for the Associate in Arts degree is recommended for this program. Please check for transferability with your intended institution or see Advising and Counseling.