Global Classrooms

Looking for more global engagement opportunities that doesn't require travel? Check out our Global Classrooms.

Global classrooms are courses where students can explore and reflect on global problems typically through collaborative projects with local students or communities located elsewhere in the world. Some courses just have a global focus that helps students expand their world view.

Make sure to speak to your academic advisor to ensure a good curriculum fit.

Spring 2022 Global Classrooms

ENG 177 - Global Service Learning

This course is restricted to first time freshman every fall semester.

Through case studies, interactive projects, and hands-on activities students will learn the fundamentals of service learning and technical skills that will guide them in future project work. In this course students will have a virtual service-learning experience with partners from across the globe working on real projects.

CRN: 73644

ABE 452 - Engineering for Disaster Resilience (3 or 4 credits)

Instructor: Luis Rodriguez

Credit: technical credit depending on the department or elective

Good for: Engineers interested in working in a global setting

CRN: 72308

ABE 498 - Problems in the Critical Zone (3 credits)

Instructor: Jorge Alberto Guzman Jaimes

Credit: technical credit depending on the department or elective

Good for: CEE students and those interested in water quality issues

CRN: 73185

AE 398 - Brazilian ENGR Experience (3 credits)

Instructor: Brian Woodard

Credit: technical credit depending on the department

Good for: AE students and interested ECE

CRN: 73429

GER 101 - Beginning German I (4 credits)

Instructor: C. Webster

Credit: language credit

Good for: Engineers interested in working in a global setting

CRN: 72114

HDFS 398 - Child Health in South Africa (3 credits)

Instructor: Jan Brooks

Credit: elective

Good for: BioE & pre-med students

CRN: 71852

CMN 432 - Gender Communication (3 credits)

Instructor: Billy Huff

Credit: elective

Good for: anyone

*note restricted to Speech & Communication majors until Nov. 12th*

CRN: 50660

SOC 265 - Central Asian Societies (3 credits)

Instructor: Cynthia Buckley

Credit: elective

Good for: Any students or students interested in the International Minor in ENGR

CRN: 72048

LAST 445 - Native Latin Amer Languages (Quechua) (2-4 credits)

Instructor: Carlos Molina-Vital

Credit: language or elective

Good for: students interested in languages

CRN: 35857

UP 260 - Social Inequality and Planning (3 credits)

Instructor: Ken Salo

Credit: Social & Beh Sci - Soc Sci

Good for: anyone

CRN: 55425