Global Sustainable Development: Interdisciplinary Perspectives
€150.00 See Fees and Costs for full details.
See Requirements for full details.
18th January 2020
University College Cork
20th January 2020 (Evening)
Based upon the UN Sustainable Development Goals, this module takes an interdisciplinary approach to global development from twelve disciplinary perspectives.
By reflecting on global sustainable development through different lenses, students will learn to appreciate the complexity of sustainable development, and how it can impact fron the local to the global level.
This course takes an interdisciplinary approach to global sustainable development from different disciplinary perspectives, many of which are interlinked.
By reflecting on global sustainable development through different lenses, students will appreciate the complexity involved in sustainable development, and how it can impact from the global to the local level.
This course aims to develop critical thinking around
(1) Theories of Human and Global Sustainable Development;
(2) Education as a humanitarian response;
(3) Global public health and well-being; and contribute
(4) Interdisciplinary perspectives on human security, human rights, business, the economy and society, building a foundation for global citizenship, peace and a harmonious world free of poverty.
Fees and Costs
Registration Fee: €150.00
Free spaces available for UCC Staff and Registered Students, and those currently unemployed.
How Do I Apply
Click on the appropriate link here. You will be redirected to the UCC online application engine.
If you are a member of UCC Staff, a registered Student (currently attending UCC) or currently unemployed, please use the following link, ensuring you use your UCC email address if you are a member of staff or student (also enter your student ID during registration):
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