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SCTS 650 Global Subjects of Biocapital 3.0 Credits

Students explore issues related to capitalism based on biotechologies, the life sciences, medicine, agriculture and other related industries globally. Students consider specific cases of human trafficking, the global trade in human organs, global agribusiness and biotech, global clinical trials and medical tourism. The experiences of workers, farmers, research participants, and donors will be a central focal point. This is an intensive reading, writing and discussion course.

College/Department: College of Arts and Sciences
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

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