International Studies Approved Courses Fall 2012

Listed below are courses offered Fall 2012 that may be used to satisfy the International Studies major.  Please be sure to check this list periodically as new course offerings are expected.

Click here for a printable list in PDF format. 

Note: Major status does not guarantee enrollment in any particular course. Some courses may require course prerequisites or other requirements for enrollment. Last updated 08/31/2012.


Political Economy

AFS 468 / SOC 468 - Economic Development in Africa
ECON 231 - Introduction to Global Trade and Finance
ECON 362 / AFS 389 - Economic Development
SOC 266 - Global Change

POLS 322 - Politics of South East Asia
POLS 385 / ECON 385 - Economic and Political Liberty
POLS 490 - Globalization and Human Rights

Conflict and Security

AAS 412 - War Crimes and Genocide
HIST 190 - Fascism & Resistance in Italy
HIST 308 - Revolutionary France: 1750-1815
HIST 310 - Europe Era of Total War: 1900-1945
HIST 385 WRT - Soviet World War: 1939-1945
HIST 488 SWR - American Foreign Policy Tradition

POLS 311 - International Conflict Resolution
POLS 490 - Insurgency

State and Society

AFS 389 / ANT 389 - Political Culture and Citizenship in the Postcolony
HIST 489 / LACS 490 WRT - Race & Nation Latin America
HIST 487 / GER 460 / JS 490 WRT - Jewish Life Nazi Germany
HIST 488 / AAS 485 - Black Power in Africa Diaspora & Africa
KRN 386 / SOC 389 / ES 386 - Social Movements, East and West
RUSS 416 - Political Russian

POLS 325 - Eastern European Politics
POLS 326 - Western European Politics
POLS 385 / HIST 385 / MESA 370 - South Asian Politics Since 1945
POLS 490 - Arab Spring
POLS 490 - Government & Opposition in Elections (Cancelled)
POLS 490 - Political Monitoring

Africa/Middle East

AFS 280 / ANTHR 280 - Anthropological Perspectives: Africa
AFS 389 / HIST 285 - Environment & Society Africa
AFS 389 / SOC 389 / MESAS 370 - Media, Islam & Social Movements
AFS 389 / ANT 389 - Political Culture and Citizenship in the Postcolony
AFS 468 / SOC 468 - Economic Development in Africa
HIST 488 / AAS 485 - Black Power in Africa Diaspora & Africa
HIST 489 WRT - The Ottoman Empire & Early Modern Europe
MESAS 200 WRT - Interpreting the Middle East

POLS 490 - Arab Spring

Asia

HIST 265 / MESAS 235 - Making of Modern South Asia
HIST 385 / KRN 386 / EAS 386 - Making of Modern Korea
JPN 378 - Postwar Japan Through Its Media
KRN 386 / SOC 389 / ES 386 - Social Movements, East and West

POLS 322 - Politics of South East Asia
POLS 385 / HIST 385 / MESAS 370 - South Asian Politics Since 1945

Europe

HIST 190 - Fascism & Resistance in Italy
HIST 201 - The Formation of European Society
HIST 301 HSCW - History of Greece
HIST 308 - Revolutionary France: 1750-1815
HIST 310 - Europe Era of Total War: 1900-1945
HIST 377 - European Intellectual History since 1880
HIST 385 WRT - Soviet World War: 1939-1945
HIST 487 / GER 460 / JS 490 WRT - Jewish Life Nazi Germany
RUSS 416 - Political Russian

POLS 325 - Eastern European Politics
POLS 326 - Western European Politics

Latin America and the Caribbean

HIST 211 - Latin America: A History
HIST 489 / LACS 490 WRT - Race & Nation Latin America
LACS 263 - Plantation to Postcolonial


Electives

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

ENVS 190 - Earth Under Siege
ENVS 190 - Climate Change
GHCS 300 - Issues Global Hlth: Aging and Global Health
GHCS 300 - Issues Global Hlth: Global Mental Health Refugee Pop.
HIST 190 / AAS 190 - Transnational Black Experience / Film
POLS 385 / SOC 389 - International Organizations
SOC 311 - Political Sociology


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