Looking for an interesting (non-major) course to take in the summer?

Are you looking for an interesting course to take over the summer to fulfill units towards graduation (Not for Department of Economics major requirements)?

Check out ANAR 184: The Political Economy of Early Empires! Taught by Professor Guillermo Algaze, this course will be offered during Summer Session 2 (August 1 – September 3, 2016) and overlaps economics with archaeology and history. Please see below for the course description:

ANAR 184. The Political Economy of Early Empires (4 units)

Archaeological and textual evidence for selected early empires of pre-Columbian America and the ancient Near East will be used to illuminate cross-cultural similarities and differences in the ways complex pre-capitalistic societies acquired, produced, exchanged, and distributed wealth.

If you have any questions regarding this course, please email anthroadvising@ucsd.edu.

NOTE: This course will not count towards Department of Economics major requirements, but would be an interesting course if you are looking to fulfill units towards graduation.
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