PLS 290: American Power in the 21st Century
In this course, students examine the ways in which policy decisions by the United States will influence its place in the world in coming decades. Sources of American power will be considered along with ethical considerations surrounding the use of this power. The role of American power will be applied to issues such as globalization, terrorism, economic development, and environmental degradation.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6
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