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Social Change Courses @ Northeastern

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Courses: Social Change @ Northeastern

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  • Global Social Enterprise

    Course Number: ENTR 2206

    Department: Social Enterprise Institute (ENTR)

    Designed to provide students with an in-depth exposure to entrepreneurship in the social sector, a rapidly growing segment of the global economy. Uses the case method to expose students to leading entrepreneurs who have developed and implemented business models to solve social problems such as extreme poverty, disease, illiteracy, and economic and social dislocation. Focuses on uniquely creative and driven people who have dedicated their lives to making a difference in the lives of others through values-based entrepreneurship.

  • Globalization and International Affairs

    Course Number: INTL 1101

    Department: International Affairs (INTL)

    Offers an interdisciplinary approach to analyzing global/international affairs. Examines the politics, economics, culture, and history of current international issues through lectures, guest lectures, film, case studies, and readings across the disciplines.

  • Globalization, Development, and Social Justice

    Course Number: SOCL 7221

    Department: Sociology (SOCL)

    Explores the rise of neoliberal globalization and its impact on local and national communities around the world. Examines complex patterns of resistance, including place-based struggles and transnational social movements. Combines theoretical analysis of global capitalism, development, the politics of resistance, and reformist/radical alternatives with the study of concrete struggles in defense of land, labor and human rights, indigenous cultures and identities, and ecological sustainability.

  • Graduate Design Studio – “Reconstructing Erased Architectures: An Idea of Projective Preservation”

    Course Number: ARCH 7130

    Department: Architecture (ARCH)

    Topic: Reconstructing Erased Architectures: An Idea of Projective Preservation

  • Graduate Design Studio – “Roxbury, Winthrop Street Commemorative Installation”

    Course Number: ARCH 7130

    Department: Architecture (ARCH)

    Topic: Roxbury, Winthrop Street Commemorative Installation

  • Graduate Topics in Architecture – “Participatory Community Design Methods”

    Course Number: ARCH 6340

    Department: Architecture (ARCH)

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