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    Course Overview:

    If many of us think about development, it is a true desire for fulfilment of basic needs both for our sustenance (food, cloth, house, employment, health, education, safety, security etc.) as well as for our comfort (better services, communication, freedom, openness, mobility, dignity, etc.). But, there is little uniformity amongst most of us about what constitute the basic and immediate needs!

    Course highlights:

    What stood out to me and could benefit other future students is that our overall comfort (better services, communication, freedom, openness, mobility, dignity, etc.). This course helps us understand that there is little uniformity amongst most of us about what constitute the basic and immediate needs.

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    3-5 hours

    Advice for students:

    Reading your book 30 minutes to 1 hour daily, and interacting with each student in your discussions is very beneficial in this course. If you choose this route, you will pass this class with flying colors.

    • Winter 2017
    • Professor Saroukhanian
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