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GST 321 Advanced Studies in Global Capital and Development 4.0 Credits

This course provides an advanced analysis of the politics of international economic relations, global capitalism, trade, and finance. The overall theme of the course is the process of globalization: what factors are leading to a single world economy tied together by technology, trade, and investment; and what factors are working to maintain a world of independent economic zones in competition. The content of this course may change every term it is offered and is repeatable for credit.

College/Department: College of Arts and Sciences
Repeat Status: Can be repeated 8 times for 36 credits

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