International Studies Approved Courses Fall 2011

Listed below are courses offered Fall 2011 that may be used to satisfy the International Studies major.

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Note: Major status does not guarantee enrollment in any particular course. Some courses may require course prerequisites or other requirements for enrollment. Last updated 08/24/2011.


Political Economy

AFS 389 - Environment & Economy in Modern African History
AFS 486 / SOC 468 - Economic Development in Africa
ECON 231 - Introduction to Global Trade and Finance
ECON 362 / AFS 389 - Economic Development
ECON 390 - European Economic Integration
ECON 390 - Women in Globalization
ECON 431 - International Trade
SOC 190 - Making Sense of Globalization

POLS 322 - Politics of South East Asia
POLS 490 WRT - Democracy and Markets in Russia and China

Conflict and Security

AAS 412 - War Crimes and Genocide
HIST 285 - War and the American Century
HIST 285 - Nazi Germany
HIST 488 - American Foreign Policy Tradition

POLS 311 - International Conflict Resolution
POLS 320 - Political Violence
POLS 383 / HIST 383 - The Arab-Israeli Conflict
POLS 490 WRT - The United Nations

State and Society

HIST 385 / LACS 385 - Immigration and Human Rights
HIST 487 / JS 490 - Migrations and Minorities: Germany
HIST 489 - The Middle Kingdom: 1500 to Present
MESAS 190S / JS 190 - Viewing Israel: Current Issues in Israeli Culture and Society

POLS 190 - Political Leadership in the U.S. & U.K.
POLS 331 / LACS 385 - Latin American Politics
POLS 333 - Politics in the European Union
POLS 385 WRT - Islamic Political Thought
POLS 385 / HIST 385 - U.S. China Relations
POLS 385 / HIST 385 / MESA 370 - South Asian Politics Since 1945
POLS 385 / SOC 389 / KRN 386 - Political Change and Democracy in South Korea
POLS 490 - Government and Opposition in Elections
POLS 490 - Comparative Political Participation
POLS 490 - Civil Wars

Africa/Middle East

AFS 221 / HIST 221 - Making of Modern Africa
AFS 280R / ANTHR 280R - Anthropological Perspectives: Africa
AFS 389 - Environment & Economy in Modern African History
AFS 389 / ECON 362 - Economic Development
AFS 389 / SOC 389 - Media, Islam and Social Movements
AFS 468 / SOC 468 - Economic Development in Africa
HIST 385 / MESAS 370 WRT - Modern Turkey
MESAS 190 / JS 190 - Viewing Israel: Current Issues in Israeli Culture and Society
MESAS 200 - Interpreting the Middle East

POLS 383 / HIST 383 - Arab Israeli Conflict
POLS 385 WRT - Islamic Political Thought

Asia

HIST 204 - Silk Road & Central Eurasia
HIST 260 / EAS 260 - East Asia, 1500 to Present
HIST 385 / KRN 386 - Modern Korean History
HIST 489 - The Middle Kingdom: 1500 to Present
HIST 489 - Fundamentalism in East Asia
RUSS / REES 378 - Post Soviet Phantom Empire

POLS 322 - Politics of South East Asia
POLS 385 / HIST 385 - U.S. China Relations
POLS 385 / HIST 385 / MESAS 370 - South Asian Politics Since 1945
POLS 385 / SOC 389 / KRN 386 - Political Change and Democracy in South Korea
POLS 490 WRT - Democracy and Markets in Russia and China

Europe

ECON 390 - European Economic Integration
HIST 190 / GER 190 - The Germans
HIST 201 - The Formation of European Society
HIST 202 - The Making of Modern Europe
HIST 285 - Nazi Germany
HIST 319 - Imperial Russia
HIST 487 / JS 490 - Migrarions and Minorities: Germany

POLS 190 - Political Leadership in the U.S. & U.K.
POLS 333 - Politics in the European Union
POLS 490 - Comparative Political Participation

Latin America and the Caribbean

ANT 280R / LACS 270 / WS 285 - Anthropological Perspectives: The Carribbean
HIST 211 - Making of Modern Latin America
HIST 285 / LACS 263 - Plantation to Postcolonial

POLS 331 / LACS 385 - Latin American Politics

Electives

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

GHCS 300 - History of Global Health
GHCS 300 - Ant. Perspectives on Global HIV/AIDS
SOC 221 - Culture and Society
SOC 389 - Sociology of Climate Change


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