IMS 381 - Identity in Society & Community
Restricted to students in the Master of Science in Identity Management and Security program.
Examination of how identity is socially and culturally variable and fluid, changing throughout history and differing from place to place. Subjects include anthropological study of identity; societal norms; and individual, device, communal, and organizational identities.
The equivalent of three lecture hours a week for one semester.
Prerequisite: Graduate standing.
Classes will meet on the following weekends only: September 6-7, October 4-5, October 25-26, November 15-16, December 6-7.