INTA 1200 - IP Section - Spring 2010

TR 12:05-1:25 - CRN 29283

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Jennifer Moen
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IP INTA course to be offered Spring 2010

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The IP section of this course fulfills the International Plan's International Relations requirement. It also fulfills Georgia Tech's American History / American Government requirement. It is restricted to IP students, as it is specifically designed with the interests and needs of the IP student in mind.

INTA 1200 - IP Section
American Government in Comparative & Global Perspectives

The IP section of this course fulfills the International Plan's International Relations requirement. It also fulfills Georgia Tech's American History / American Government requirement. It is restricted to IP students, as it is specifically designed with the interests and needs of the IP student in mind.

Course Content:
How the U.S. political system works

How the U.S. political and economic systems are alike/different from those in other countries

How globalization impacts the role and power of the U.S. and its citizens

How global and individual level transformations occur via cross-national interactions through commerce, trade, and multilateral governance organizations, as well as, educational and cultural exchanges

Professors:
Dr. Vicki Birchfield, Associate Professor, Sam Nunn School of International Affairs and Director, European Union Center of Excellence. Dr. Birchfield brings eight years of experience directing GT's study abroad program on the European Union and Transatlantic Relations. She also teaches courses on comparative politics, globalization, and offers team-taught courses in the language-across-the-curriculum program.

Dr. Jonathan Gordon, Director of Assessment and Adjunct Professor, Sam Nunn School of International Affairs. Dr. Gordon teaches courses in International Relations, International Organizations, and National Security policy and is currently involved in research on intercultural communication and global competence among GT students.

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International Plan

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course, INTA 1200, Spring 2009
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