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Courses - Summer 2021
MPower Undergraduate Law Programs
Selected Topics in Law and Society; Human Trafficking in Context: A Comparative Analysis
Credits: 3
Grad Meth: Reg
Although human trafficking occurs all over the world, the exacerbating factors vary by region and country. This course will offer students an opportunity to idenify and compare the causes of human trafficking in the United States and another country. Students will work with students from a partner university in an international location to better understand human trafficking in that location and how solutions to this global challenge will vary based on location.

This is a Global Classrooms course, developed in partnership with the Office of International Affairs (OIA) to provide virtual opportunities for global engagement. Global Classrooms can range from embedded experiences to immersive, project-based collaboration. Learn more about Global Classrooms: go.umd.edu/gc-umd.