Why a Global Studies AA-T?
The Associate in Arts in Global Studies for Transfer (AA-T) provides the student with the skills to navigate today’s globalized world, where people of different cultures, nations, and worldviews are coming into contact more than ever before. The major will help students recognize and respond to this cultural interconnectedness through courses devoted to the study of cultures and societies, economic and political systems, geography, and language. Students will develop the skills of balancing personal and cultural beliefs with different ways of thinking, understanding and working through conflict, and increasing their comfort with cross-cultural interaction in their communities, work relationships, civic life, and travel experiences. Understanding the global dimensions of societal developments and challenges will boost students’ critical thinking skills and make them valuable assets to future employers.
What Additional Opportunities Might I Enjoy?
- Travel Abroad
- For 2021 and 2022 trips, students can click on the link above for infomation about trips led by individual faculty and by Community Education.
- For International Education Week 2020, Global Studies held a Nov. 19 panel on study/travel/service learning opportunities abroad. View the recording to learn about more trips, financial aid, and study abroad after you transfer.
- On Thurs., Jan. 30, 2020, Stanford history professor Dr. Ana Minian delivered an evening lecture on how Mexican migrants in the 1970s and 80s "found themselves caught between the [competing] economic interests" of Mexico and the US. Her book is Undocumented Lives: The Untold Story of Mexican Migration.
- Film screenings
- Past film screenings have included The Anthropologist , Hunt for the Wilderpeople, Les Intouchables, and The Linguists.
- Art exhibits
- The Art and Art History programs brought local Japanese-American painter Ema Kubo to LPC in the fall of 2019.
- Other campus events
- International Education Week activities: For IEW 2020, LPC and Chabot Colleges co-hosted two panels: one on study abroad information and one on international students' experiences. For IEW 2019, LPC screened two films. In 2018, LPC screened a film and used the campus boulevard to display LPC international students' and staff members' reflections on the benefits of international education.
- Field trips
- Let us know where you might like to go!
For more information please contact:
GLOBAL STUDIES 2
Spring 2021 | CRN: 31978
THURSDAYS • 9:30AM - 10:45AM
The study of the Global Economy which will include an examination of the European Union, Brexit, and International issues of Energy, Climate and Clash of Nations related to the global economic conditions.
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