Awarded and developed by: University at Buffalo, The State University of New York, US
Learn the insights and skills in the art and process of global restructuring and new patterns of uneven development.
The international trade program aims to prepare students to critically assess the process of globalization operating in the world today. Critical social, economic, and environmental challenges are being faced by corporate or government policy makers and organizations.
You will learn insights and skills in the art and process of the dynamic social systems and issues related to each other and societal issues.
Department of Sociology in UB is a member of the American Sociological Society and the undergraduate Sociology program was founded in 1920.
Sociology is a study of all people, for all people. Sociology is the broadest of the social sciences and can give us an understanding of the social world. This program provides students with the technical and analytic tools, critical thinking skills, and global perspective needed to navigate the 21st century successfully and succeed in many careers.
The SIM-UB scholarship allows deserving students at SIM to spend one semester at the UB’s New York campus.