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EGS1041: Technology, Humans, & Society

Dr. Claudius A. Carnegie, P.E., Office located at AC1-208, BBC; (305) 919-4070; email: carnegie@fiu.edu
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Global Learning @ FIU

Global Learning for Global Citizenship is the centerpiece of internationalized undergraduate education at FIU. This integrated curriculum and co-curriculum initiative engages every student in multiple opportunities for active, team-based, interdisciplinary exploration of real-world problems.

Global Learning Courses carl sized for web

All FIU undergraduates take a minimum of two global learning courses prior to graduation— one interdisciplinary foundations course in the general education curriculum and one discipline-specific global learning course as part of the major.

Global Learning Foundations courses are part of the University Core Curriculum. Interdisciplinary in content, they deal with essential questions and complex issues that are best understood and addressed through multiple disciplinary perspectives. These courses set the stage for students to make interdisciplinary connections throughout their university career, and incorporate a co-curricular activity as part of the syllabus.

Discipline-Specific Global Learning courses  are embedded into nearly every undergraduate academic program. These courses provide students with a global view of their discipline of study and may be taken either as required courses or as electives.

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