Learning Outcomes

It is expected that students will be able to think critically about the comparatively recent impact of the global movement of people and products: this would include being able to identify what the personal, social and economic strengths and weaknesses might be. Students shall also be able to discuss the advantages and disadvantages surrounding the tensions of living locally in a global world. It is also expected that students can consider the paradox that sustainable thinking requires complex connections to be made and yet the maintenance of these connections often require non-sustainable behaviours.

 

1.       To enable students to integrate traditional and innovative knowledge in developing attitudes towards sustainability from different perspectives (political, social, ecological, cultural, economic, legal, etc.).

2.       To develop a sense of responsibility towards sustainability on a global level

3.       Enabling students for shaping a policy regarding the future enforcement of a sustainable society

6.    To acquire a sensitivity towards different opinions regarding sustainability issues.

7.    Applying the interactivactive relationships between local and global sustainability issues.