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ConcentrationsWithin Concordia College’s interdisciplinary global studies program, you’ll find courses and professors that challenge you to look at the world from both a global and regional perspective. All global studies majors choose either a thematic or regional concentration tailored to their interests and career goals. Study abroad is encouraged, but not required, for each of the concentrations.
Gain expertise in the social, political and economic aspects of poverty, inequality and the effort to promote socioeconomic development.
Global Environmental Studies
Engage with the ecological and environmental issues facing humanity and explore solutions from a global perspective.
Global Systems and Processes
Explore how contemporary institutions and practices shape the interactions – social, political, economic and religious – of the peoples and states of the world. See how these arrangements have evolved and think about the implications of current trends and developments for the future.
Worlds in Dialogue
Explore the interaction between different “worlds” (e.g., geographical, cultural, philosophical) and propose solutions for the global issues that arise when “worlds” in the interdependent global environment conflict with each other.
Regional Studies Concentrations
Focus on a geographical and cultural region and its unique history, institutions, assumptions and practices. Learn the language linked to your region of study.
Latin American Studies