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INT'L SERVICE STUDY ABROAD

SISA-380 Topics in Global & Comp Govern Course Level: Undergraduate

Topics in Global and Comparative Governance (3) Topics vary by section. Rotating topics including international law, comparative governing institutions, and leading global organizations. Taught at an international university or AU study center abroad. Repeatable for credit with different topic. Grading: A-F only. Prerequisite: SISU-206 and SISU-280.

SISA-380-001
Term: Spring 2019 Semester
Course Level: Undergraduate
Section Title: Forgn Invst, Migrtn & Urb Plan
Foreign Investment, Migrations, and Urban Planning (3) Offered as part of the AU Abroad Brussels-Nairobi program, this course studies the economic pressures on African societies and how Kenya and the EU are responding to these pressures. In Brussels, the students study EU's economic policies toward Africa, and how these policies affect foreign investment, development aid, and digitalization. They also examine how the EU is attempting to deal with African migration and refugees. In Nairobi, the students study the economic policies of other actors in the region, such as China, and how these policies affect investment and infrastructure development. They also learn how economic pressures are driving urban planning and economic migration.
SISA-380-002
Term: Spring 2019 Semester
Course Level: Undergraduate
Section Title: Forgn Invst, Migrtn & Urb Plan
Foreign Investment, Migrations, and Urban Planning (3) Offered as part of the AU Abroad Belgium & Kenya program, this course studies the economic pressures on African societies and how the European Union (EU) and Kenya are responding to these pressures. In Brussels, the students study the EU's economic policies toward Africa, and how these policies affect foreign investment, development aid, and digitalization. They also examine how the EU is attempting to deal with African migration and refugees. In Nairobi, students study the economic policies of other actors in the region, such as China, and how these policies affect investment and infrastructure development. They also learn how economic pressures are driving urban planning and economic migration.