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Current Courses Offered

January 2013

  • MSCM 150: INTRODUCTION TO MASS COMMUNICATION (fulfills elective requirement)
  • HIST 362: HISTORY OF IRELAND (fulfills elective or history requirement)
  • POLS 487: EXPERIENCE IN POLITICS: INTERNSHIP (fulfills elective requirement)

Spring 2013 

Core Requirements Offered:

  • ECON 210: PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS
  • POLS 210: INTERNATIONAL POLITICS 
  • SOAN 350: GLOBAL POLITICAL ECONOMY
  • POLS 490: SENIOR SEMINAR  

Methods Requirement (2 out of the 3 optional courses to fulfill this requirement are offered this semester):

  • POLS 230: RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 
  • HIST 285: METHODS OF HISTORY RESEARCH 

History Requirement: At least 4 credits in an upper division (300 level or above) international history course: 

  • HIST 360: HISTORY OF MODERN BRITAIN
  • HIST 377: THE SOVIET UNION 

Theory and Practice of International Politics Requirement (1 out of the 6 optional courses to fulfill this requirement are offered this semester):

  • POLS 361: CURRENT DEBATES/US FOREIGN POLICY
  • POLS 498: PROSEMINAR (corresponding 1 credit course)

Comparative Culture, Philosophy, and Ethics Requirement (3 out of the 6 optional courses to fulfill this requirement are offered this semester):

  • ANTH 111: CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY
  • PHIL 160: PHILOSOPHY EAST & WEST
  • POLS 220: GREAT POLITICAL THINKERS 

Elective Requirements Offered:

  • ANTH 111: CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY
  • ECON 332: INTERNATIONAL MONETARY ECONOMICS
  • ECON 341: ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMICS
  • HIST 121: HISTORY OF WESTERN CULTURE II
  • HIST 123: HISTORY OF WORLD CIVILIZATION II
  • HIST 125: EAST ASIA SINCE 1800
  • HIST 200: MODERN CHINA
  • HIST 215: REVOLUTION: 20TH CENTURY LATIN AMERICA
  • HIST 233: ANCIENT ROME
  • HIST 360: HISTORY OF MODERN BRITAIN
  • HIST 377: THE SOVIET UNION
  • MSCM 150: INTRODUCTION TO MASS COMMUNICATION
  • MSCM 337: MASS MEDIA & THE LAW
  • PHIL 150: FUNDAMENTALS OF PHILOSOPHY
  • PHIL 306: ENVIRONMENTAL ETHICS
  • POLS 201: AMERICAN POLITICS
  • POLS 220: GREAT POLITICAL THINKERS
  • POLS 361: CURRENT DEBATES/US FOREIGN POLICY
  • POLS 371: POLITICAL PSYCHOLOGY
  • RELS 115: RELIGIOUS ETHICS
  • RELS 140: HOLY QUR'AN
  • TCCA 230: INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATIONS: GLOBAL PERSPECTIVES
  • TCCA 335: NONVERBAL COMMUNICATION