Bachelor of Global and International Studies in Global Inequalities and Social Change Program By Carleton University |Top Universities

Bachelor of Global and International Studies in Global Inequalities and Social Change

Bachelor of Global and International Studies in Global Inequalities and Social Change

  • QS World University Rankings
    601-650
  • Degree Other
  • Study Level Bachelors
  • Duration 48 months
Carleton’s Bachelor of Global and International Studies (BGInS) program takes advantage of Carleton’s strengths and location to provide an undergraduate education in global and international issues that can give you an advantage in today’s job market. The program has four interconnected components. The core course sequence provides all students with a common multidisciplinary foundation in global and international studies. By studying Global Inequalities and Social Change, you will learn global inequalities and social change, combining theoretical and applied approaches. Gain an understanding of multiple dimensions of inequality through topics such as poverty, racism, colonialism and gender. Acquire knowledge of various forms of resistance to oppression, including social movements and transnational solidarity.