Course Catalog

ECON 214 Gender, Globalization, and Development

A reading seminar that addresses the theoretical and practical implications of considering global economic development issues and programs from the standpoint of women and/or gender. Examination of the feminization of work, along with strategies for contending with the many challenges and opportunities globalization presents to women in communities across the world.

Credits

4

Cross Listed Courses

WGST-214

Prerequisite

Required ECON-100 and ECON-101

Course Type

GC

Offered

GC