International Studies Approved Courses Fall 2009

Listed below are courses offered Fall 2009 that may be used to satisfy the International Studies major.

Last updated 3/16/2009.


Political Economy

ECON 231: Introduction to Global Trade and Finance
ECON 362 / AFS 389: Economic Development
ECON 431: International Trade

POLS 319: International Political Economy
POLS 490S: Political Economy of Development
POLS 490SWR: Democracy and Market Reform
POLS 490SWR: Globalization and Its Discontents

SOC 190: Making Sense of Globalization
SOC 266: Global Change
SOC 389/AFS 389: Economic Development in Africa

 

Conflict and Security

HIST 285: 20th Century War & Technology
HIS 335: U.S. Diplomatic History since 1914
HIS 385: World War II in Europe
HIS 385 / AAS 385: War Crimes and Genocide
HIS 487: International Relations in Europe, 1789-1945
HIS 488: Wilsonian Politics & Diplomacy, 1913-1921

POLS 311: International Conflict Resolution
POLS 383 / HIS 285: The Arab-Israeli Conflict
POLS 385: Constitutional Diplomacy
POLS 385WR: International Criminal Law

 

State and Society

HIS 385 / IDS 385: Nazi Politics and Medicine
HIS 487: Napoleon's Europe
HIS 489 / JS 490 / LACS 490: Latin American Jewish Experiences

MESAS 370S: History and Politics of Bangladesh

POLS 190: Postcommunism and Everyday Life
POLS 326: Western European Politics
POLS 331 / LAS 385: Latin American Politics
POLS 375 / EAS 375: Contemporary Chinese Politics
POLS 385WR: International Criminal Law
POLS 385 / ASIA 370 / HIS385: South Asian Politics since 1945
POLS 490S: Government and Opposition in Elections



Africa/Middle East

AFS 389: Africa: Rich Country Poor People

HIS 385 / AFS 389 / LACS 385: The Atlantic Slave Trade

MESAS 200 - Interpreting the Middle East

POLS 337: Islam and Politics
POLS 383 / HIS 285: The Arab-Israeli Conflict
POLS 490: Egypt: Politics, Society and Culture

SOC 389 / AFS 389: Economic Development in Africa


Asia

HIS 285: The Silk Road & Inner Asia, 1700 BCE-1700 CE
HIS 285: Making of Modern South Asia

MESAS 370S History and Politics of Bangladesh

POLS 375 / EAS 375: Contemporary Chinese Politics
POLS 385 / ASIA 370 / HIS 385: South Asian Politics since 1945
POLS 490S: Political Economy of Development
POLS 490SWR / HIS 489SWR: U.S. - China Relations Since W.W. II


Europe

HIS 201: Formation of European Society
HIS 202: The Making of Modern Europe
HIS 309: Europe in the Age of Empire
HIS 311: Europe in the Nuclear Age, 1945 to Present
HIS 313: British History, 1550-1750
HIS 385 / REL 324 / JS 324: The Holocaust
HIS 385 / IDS 385: Nazi Politics and Medicine
HIS 385: World War II in Europe
HIS 487: International Relations in Europe, 1789-1945
HIS 487: Napoleon's Europe
HIS 488: Wilsonian Politics & Diplomacy, 1913-1921

POLS 326: Western European Politics


Latin America and the Caribbean

HIS 285 / LACS 263 / IDS 385: Plantation to Postcolonial

POLS 331 / LAS 385: Latin American Politics

 

Advanced Seminars

POLS 490S: Government and Opposition in Elections
POLS 490S: Logic of Comparative Inquiry
POLS 490S: Political Economy of Development
POLS 490SWR: Democracy and Market Reform
POLS 490SWR: Globalization and Its Discontents
POLS 490SWR / HIS 489SWR: U.S. - China Relations since W.W. II

 

Electives

(All other courses on the main list may be used as electives)

ANT 385 / ENVS 385 / IDS 385: Food and Water: Critical Perspectives on Global Crises

GHCS 102: Introduction to Global Health
GHCS 300: Core Issues in Global Health: Social Ethical Perspectives
GHCS 300 / ANT 338: Global Health: Biosocial Model

HIS 203: The West in World Context

SOC 221: Culture and Society

POLS 490S: Logic of Comparative Inquiry


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