Global Learning (GL)
GL 125 Foundations of Global Learning 3 sem. hrs.
This course will focus on enhancing the learning of your global experience in Rome, Italy. This course will foster opportunites for students to better understand and reflect on the learning that takes place with a study abroad program. During the semester, we will access tools to assist in identifying cultural patterns, differences, similarities and values. While in Italy, students are asked to analyze their experience and personal growth, which will depend on your engagement in learning before, during and after your time in Rome, Italy. This couse is not meant to deal with logistics or practical issues about studying in Rome (i.e. packing, money, etc.). We are happy to answer questions regarding practical issues to studying in Rome during orientations and pre-departure meetings.
GL 200 Blouin Colloquium 0 sem. hrs.
The Blouin Colloquium is a required 1-hr/week integrative sessions required for members of the Blouin Global Scholars. The colloquium reinforces connections between curriculum and the Blouin Global Scholars cohort theme. Offered as a S/U. Students must be Blouin Global Scholars to enroll.
GL 350 Rome Experience 3-6 sem. hrs.
The Rome Experience invites students to become part of a global learning community. This is not a “course” – it is a program and an experience. There are no “teachers” and “students” but rather a community of learners who live, study, and work together to try to address some the problems of the modern world, using Rome as the case study, classroom, and laboratory. Students will be expected to become full members of this community, lending thoughts and ideas to thetopics addressed, while also reflecting on their own place in the “community of mankind.” Students have the option of completed up to two portfolios for Heritage Series credit. Course only offered to participants in the Walsh University Rome Experience.
GL 360 DV:H1:Undrstndng Modern Africa 3 sem. hrs.
This course will examine the issues, problems and successes of Africa in the 21st century. Key themes will include economic, social and political realities by reviewing historical contexts. The course will review colonialism, healthcare, pop culture, education, food and famine, war and reconciliation and contemporary politics. The course will examine local and global influences and the role they play in modern Africa.