2010-11 Catalog

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Offering Description

International Administration

Summer quarter

Faculty: Laurance Geri public administration

Summer: CRN (Credit) Level 40187 (4 GR) First Session; 40204 (4 UG) Jr - Sr First Session  

Credits: 4(Su)

Class Standing: Junior - Graduate

Offered During: Evening and Weekend


This course will explore the theory and reality of international organizations.  Problems such as climate change and unequal development require global solutions.  Yet institutions such as the United Nations designed to confront them are weak and widely distrusted.  The course will explore this dilemma, the challenge of sustainable development, the role of social movements in guiding global change, and the intercultural skills needed to work effectively at the global level.

Maximum Enrollment: 15

Advertised Schedule: 6-9p Fri, 9a-6p Sat/Sun (Jul. 1-3, 15-17)

Campus Location: Olympia

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