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ME484: Technology, Globalization, & Culture - Fall2010 [EOL Server RSS]

By Dr. Jim Bernard Mechanical Engineering Dept. & Dr. Mark Rectanus World Languages and Cultures Dept.

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The best way to understand the constantly shifting dynamics of the global marketplace is to invest in the global marketplace of ideas this fall through Engineering Distance Education at Iowa State. This course is one of our Open Course offerings. If you are interested in getting a graduate credit, please check out http://www.ede.iastate.edu for more information. Technology, Globalization & Culture is a cross-disciplinary examination of the present and future impact of globalization that helps prepare students for leadership roles in diverse professional, social, and cultural contexts. OFFICIAL COURSE DESCRIPTION Cross-disciplinary examination of the present and future impact of globalization with a focus on preparing students for leadership roles in diverse professional, social, and cultural contexts. Facilitate an understanding of the threats and opportunities inherent in the globalization process as they are perceived by practicing professionals and articulated in debates on globalization. Use of a digital forum for presenting and analyzing globalization issues by on-campus and off-campus specialists.