INST 4369: Seminar in International Development Studies

Credits 3
Course ID
007232
Course Component
Seminar
This course sees individuals as active agents of change in any given society. Through an integrated analysis of economic, social and political activities involving a variety of institutions and many interactive agencies it seeks to understand and analyze the roles and interconnections between certain crucial instrumental freedoms and their prospects for development. In part, these include economic opportunities, political rights, social facilities, transparency guarantees, and protective security. Course format will present opportunities for exploring development, including a formal debate on the role of societal arrangements. Prerequisite: 60+ credit hours
Requisites
INST 4369 Prerequisite: 60+ Hours
Semester Offered