The Center for the Study of Global Change offers courses through the Graduate School that are open to all students in all disciplines and schools.
- The Multidisciplinary Seminar on Issues and Approaches to Global Studies (I701) is the gateway course for the Ph.D. Minor (though students need not be enrolled in the minor to take this course) and is designed to stimulate a community of students to think critically about a broad range of theoretical and methodological issues involved in global research.
- The Independent Study in Global Studies (I702) is an independent study course supervised by the Director of the Graduate Studies Ph.D. Minor. It will encourage graduate students to research, investigate, and synthesize scholarship that crosses disciplines and regions in support of their Global Studies Minor program. This independent study course can also be used to fulfill the Global Studies Capstone Project as required by the Global Studies Ph.D. Minor.
- Topics in Global Studies (I500) is a variable topic course that explores a variety of world issues such as Politics, Religion and Globalization; Urbanization, Space, and Development, and International Security in the 21st Century.