ISL is pleased to announce a new course being offered through a partnership with the College of Education and Department of Counseling and Human Development Services. This course will be an in-depth exploration of global consciousness, culture, and personal identity. We will explore on a deeper level what culture is and how to become a culturally competent student at UGA and person in the world.
Culture is something that impacts each of our lives in different ways. This course provides an in-depth survey of what culture is, how cultures interact, and ways in which we can all become more globally conscious citizens at UGA and in the world. We will explore culture from a variety of perspectives and learn how cultures communicate together to create the world we live in today.
Course Information - Spring 2018
ECHD 4000 (3 credit hours) - Global Perspectives in Culture (Special Topics in Counseling & Human Development Services)
Tuesday / Thursday 12:30PM - 1:45PM
CRN #: 27432
This course is available for any undergraduate student and requires no pre-requisites or co-requisiutes. To request more information, please click the button below.