- GDS/PST 320: Applied Policy Analysis: Food Security and the Developing World
Description: This course will explore food security policies, the issues that influence them, and the impacts that they have from a number of perspectives, informed by a range of disciplines. We will examine both how food security policies of developed countries impact upon the developing world, as well as the many challenges and considerations that developing countries face in formulating and implementing their own policies.
Prerequisites: PST-220, or ANT-238, ECN-230, ECN-233, ECN-240, POL-251, or SOC-220.
Topic changes each year. This course will apply fundamental policy ideas from Policy Studies 220 to specific policy problems. Students will analyze policy problems and propose solutions. See on-line course schedule for detailed description
Prerequisite: Foundations of Policy Analysis (Policy Studies 295, Political Science 295 or Policy Studies 220). Exceptions or alternative prerequisites may vary by year.
Instructors: Leslie Lyons, Monty Roper