Minor in Geography - Introduction to Development I INTD 2001   Introduction to Development I
CREDIT HOURS: 3
Poverty, inequality and injustice are widespread throughout the contemporary developing world. This course will examine how this situation came to be. It begins by analyzing the different meanings of the term “development” and then examines the major approaches that have shaped practical development initiatives on the ground in the Global South over the past 60 years. The course also examines the legacies of history for contemporary development efforts in the Global South through specific case studies.
FORMAT:
  • Lecture
  • Tutorial

PREREQUISITES: Completion of five full credits at the 1000 level or instructor's permission
CROSS-LISTING: GEOG 2201.03