Global Poverty Minor
Agricultural and Resource Economics (AREC)
2200 Symons Hall
Students must complete at least 15 credits in the Minor.
|AREC345||Global Poverty and Economic Development||3|
|or AREC365||World Hunger, Population, and Food Supplies|
|Select at least one of the following:||3|
|Terrorist Motivations and Behaviors|
|International Business Cultures in Engineering and Technology|
|As the World Turns: Society and Sustainability in a Time of Great Change|
|Global Environmental Politics|
|Select 6 credits of the following:||6|
|Agricultural Development, Population Growth and the Environment|
|Anthropology of Global Health|
|Politics and the Developing World|
|Economic History, Development and Policy|
|Economic Development of Underdeveloped Areas|
|Global Economic Policies|
|Economics of Poverty and Discrimination|
|Theory of Economic Development|
|Economic Development of Selected Areas|
|International Crop Production-Issues and Challenges in the 21st Century|
|Poverty, Affluence, and Families|
|Honors Seminar (HONR228N Evaluating Global Development Assistance)|
|Honors Seminar (HONR228R Parenting and Poverty: The Effects of Growing Up Poor on Children's Development)|
|Select three credits of the following:||3|
Experiential learning related to poverty 1
Approved by advisor.
A second Global Poverty signature course and additional signature courses from another Global Studies Minor may serve as electives provided they are not being used to satisfy the requirements of a different minor. Students may also propose other courses to meet the elective requirement. No course may be used to satisfy the requirements of more than one minor.
At least 9 credits must be at the 300-400 level.
All courses presented for the minor must be passed with a grade of "C-" or better. Beginning with students matriculating in Fall 2012, to be awarded a baccalaureate degree, students must have a minimum C (2.00) cumulative grade point average across all courses used to satisfy minor requirements.