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IGS 101 - Modern World Societies I

Description: This interdisciplinary social science course will chronologically explore the development of the modern world from 1500 to 1877. Course content will focus on such topics as scarcity, population dynamics, disease, industrialization, poverty, conflict, and international trade. Pertinent skills will be developed. This course will give students an awareness of the interdependence among past and present nations. Students will work with maps to gain an understanding of geography and the changing world order. SUNY GEN ED-GOWC, GSBS; NCC GEN ED-WESH, PLDI, SBS GLNW Offered: Fall

Credit Hours: 3
Department: Economics and Finance

IGS 102 - Modern World Societies II

Description: This interdisciplinary social science course will chronologically explore the development of the modern world from 1878 to the present. Course content will focus on such topics as scarcity, population dynamics, disease, industrialization, poverty, conflict, and international trade. Pertinent skills will be developed. This course will give students an awareness of the interdependence among past and present nations. Students will work with maps to gain an understanding of geography and the changing world order. SUNY GEN ED-GOWC, GSBS; NCC GEN ED-WESH, PLDI, SBS, GLNW Offered: Spring

Credit Hours: 3
Department: Economics and Finance