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ASIC 200 Global Issues in the Arts and Sciences
Selected global issues explored through the methodologies and perspectives of both the physical and life sciences and the humanities and social sciences.
Pre-reqs: (Second year standing in the Faculty of Arts or Faculty of Science.)
- This course will encourage an audience of students drawn from both the Faculty of Science and the Faculty of Arts, to think about global issues and the responsibilities and obligations of global citizenship in a critical manner. It will encourage them to appreciate the need for new and innovative interdisciplinary approaches (bridging the Arts and Sciences) to solve the complex problems of the 21st century. Enrollment in the course will be restricted to 45 students with second-year standing from each of the Faculties of Arts and Science. This course will count towards an Arts requirement for Science students, and the lower-level Science requirement for Arts students.
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This section of ASIC 200 is restricted to students in second-year Arts or Science (BA or BSC).
The course will be held in Room 105 and associated facilities of the Michael Smith Building which is located on East Mall directly behind the UBC Bookstore. To access the waiting list conatct Dr. Allen Sens at firstname.lastname@example.org