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### Course: Age of Globalization

### University: The University of Texas at Austin

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This course is designed to help the students identify the cultural systems and the historical systems that have driven globalization and changed societies all across the globe. The best way to understand globalization is by studying it as universal systems of connectivity and competition. To study this course on Age of Globalization, you should be an undergraduate so that you have basic knowledge and familiarity with the concepts. It is expected that the student is at least familiar with the general ideas on globalization and can follow the terms and vocabulary associated with the concept of globalization.