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FDINT 215

China

The rise of China as a major player on the international stage over the past few decades has been breathtaking. This interdisciplinary course introduces students to some of the key challenges which face China today through the study and analysis of topics such as population, politics, geography, economics, culture and the environment.


Course Outcomes

  • Analyze the impact of history, geography, economics, religion, politics, culture and language on nations;
  • Analyze challenges involving this dynamic nation with ancient roots;
  • Better understand the growing importance of China in international affairs; and
  • Use these analytical skills to better understand any nation or region of the world.
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Hours:

3.0 Credits

Prerequisites:

None

FORMAT:

Hybrid

Track:

Fall, Winter, Spring