EDST 802 Seminar 3: Education, Communities and Globalization

Examines the impact of globalization on children, families, communities and institutions and analyzes the economic, social and educational policies shaping public health, the environment, housing, technology, food security, work, child care, and public education. Implications for educational practice and research in diverse contexts are emphasized.

Credit 3 hrs May not be repeated for additional credit
Grade Mode Normal (A-F) Course Rotation

Prerequisites - (EDST 800  or NURS 820 ) and (EDST 801  or NURS 821 )
Other Restrictions -
Restriction by Major - Educational Studies [Ph.D.] Educational Leadership [Ph.D.] , or Educational Studies [Sp.A.]  
Restriction by Degree Type - Doctorate or Specialist of Arts standing

Often cross-listed with: NURS 822  
Equivalent Courses: NURS 822 
Updates: Change to major and class-level restriction 5/2017, effective Fall 2017; Cross-Listed Course added 6/2014, effective Fall 2014

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