FGSM - Federal and Global Semester

FGSM320 Public Health Policy (3 Credits)

An exploration of the major questions and issues facing the U.S. health care system as well as the formulation and implementation of health policy.

Restriction: Must be in the Federal Fellows Program; and permission of instructor.

Credit Only Granted for: UNIV348P or FGSM320.

Formerly: UNIV348P.

FGSM330 Homeland and National Security Policy (3 Credits)

An examination of the concept of U.S. homeland and national security, threats, and major vulnerabilities in the context of recent history.

Restriction: Must be in the Federal Fellows Program; and permission of instructor.

Credit Only Granted for: UNIV348T or FGSM330.

Formerly: UNIV348T.

FGSM340 Energy and Environmental Policy (3 Credits)

An examination of issues of energy and environmental sustainability through an investigation of policy-making in energy, climate change, and sustainable development.

Restriction: Must be in the Federal Fellows Program; and permission of instructor.

Credit Only Granted for: UNIV348E or FGSM340.

Formerly: UNIV348E.

FGSM350 Critical Regions and International Relations (3 Credits)

An examination of international relations and foreign policy challenges in critical regions.

Restriction: Must be in the Global Fellows Program; and permission of instructor.

FGSM360 U.S. Diplomacy and Policymaking (3 Credits)

An examination of questions and issues in the practice of contemporary diplomacy and policy-making. Guest lecturers drawn from Washington policy-making and foreign service communities will visit class and participate in discussion.

Restriction: Must be in the Global Fellows Program; and permission of instructor.

FGSM370 Science Diplomacy: Foreign Policy & Science, Technology, and Innovation (3 Credits)

An exploration of the critical roles scientific knowledge and technological innovation play in the formation and implementation of foreign policy issues, including energy and climate change, public health, space and innovation, and economic development.

Restriction: Must be in the Global Fellows Program; and permission of instructor.

Credit Only Granted for: UNIV389F or FGSM370.

Formerly: UNIV389F.

FGSM380 Responses to Global Challenges (3 Credits)

An examination of global issues and responses primarily from the perspective of the practitioner. The focus will be on social, humanitarian, and human rights issues in different global contexts.

Restriction: Must be in the Global Fellows Program; and permission of instructor.

Credit Only Granted for: UNIV389B or FGSM380.

Formerly: UNIV389B.

FGSM398 Federal and Global Experiential Learning (3-9 Credits)

This is the experiential course component of the Federal Fellows Program and Global Fellows Program.

Restriction: Permission of instructor.

Repeatable to: 9 credits if content differs.