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Loyola University Chicago

International Studies

Spring 2014 Courses

INTS 101 - Introduction to International Studies

INTS 301 - Capstone in International Studies:

This year the capstone class will focus on “Global Civil Society and Social Movements.” “Civil society” is the term used for the third, non-profit sector of public life that exists alongside the other two sectors of government and for-profit business; social movements are those civil society groups that rely on protest to achieve their goals. Civil society organizations are perhaps best known for engaging in advocacy and charitable work and many commentators have romanticized civil society as a wholly positive source for social change. The actual picture is a good deal more complicated with civil society organizations representing a wide range of interests and engaged in a wide range of projects.

INTS 370 - Internship in International Studies

INTS 399 - Directed Readings

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International Studies Program
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