International Studies Approved Courses Spring 2010

Listed below are courses offered Spring 2010 that may be used to satisfy the International Studies major.

 

Note: Major status does not guarantee enrollment in any particular course. Some courses may require course prerequisites or other requirements for enrollment.
Last updated 10/19/2009.


Political Economy

ANT 351 - Sustainable Development: Anthropological Perspectives
ANT 352 / WS 342 - Globalization & Transnational Culture
ECON 190 - Economics of Poverty
ECON 190 - Economics of European Union
ECON 231 - Introduction to Global Trade and Finance
ECON 366 / AFS 366 - Development Issues for Africa
ECON 432 - International Finance
HIST 285 - Atlantic Pirates & Patriots

POLS 312 - International Law
POLS 385 / HIST 385 - The Politics of Oil Dependency
POLS 385 - Politics of Economic Development
POLS 385 / AFS 389 - Political Economy of African Development

SOC 266 - Global Chanage
SOC 366 - World Inequality & Underdevelopment

Conflict and Security

HIST 190 Fascism & Resistance in Italy
HIST 375-The Pacific War
HIST 487SWR - Stalin & Stalinism

POLS 332 / LAS 385 - Latin American Revolutions
POLS 385 WR - War & Politics
POLS 385SWR - Political Violence

State and Society

HIST 370 / JS 370 - History of Modern Israel
HIST 487SWR - Stalin & Stalinism
HIST 489SWR / JS 490SWR - The Palestine Mandate
REL 370 - Religion and Culture: Religion, Human Rights & Civil Society

POLS 190 - Political Leadership in the U.S. & U.K.
POLS 317 - Global Human Rights
POLS 325 - Eastern European Politics
POLS 336 - Politics of Russia
POLS 377 - Politics of Democratic Spain
POLS 385 / HIS 385 - U.S.-China Relations
POLS 490 - Democracy in Latin America

Africa/Middle East

AFS 221 / HIST 221 - Making of Modern Africa
AFS 364 / HIST 364 / AAS 385 - African Civilization Transatlantic Slave
AFS 366 / ECON 366 - Development Issues for Africa
ANT 280 R - Anthropological Perspectives - Africa
HIST 370 / JS 370 - History of Modern Israel
HIST 489SWR / JS 490 SWR - The Palestine Mandate
MESAS 317 / REL 317 - Modern Islam

POLS 385 / AFS 389 - Political Economy of African Development

Asia

EAS 378/ JPN 378 - Postwar Japan Through Its Media
GHCS 300R - Core Issues in Global Health: Cult Disparity & Health S. Asia
HIST 265 / MESAS 235 - Making of Modern South Asia
HIST 375 - The Pacific War
MESAS 370 - Introduction to Islam in South Asia

POLS 385 - U.S.-China Relations
POLS 385 - Politics of Economic Development

Europe

ECON 190 - Economics of European Union
HIST 190 - Fascism & Resistance in Italy
HIST 201 - Formation of European Society
HIST 285 - Race, World Travels & European Identities from 1750 to the 20th Century
HIST 285 - Victorian Britain
HIST 301 - History of Greece
HIST 306 - The Italian Renaissance
HIST 320 - The Soviet Union
HIST 378 - Modern Italy
HIST 487SWR - Stalin & Stalinism

POLS 190 - Political Leadership in the U.S. & U.K.
POLS 325 - Eastern European Politics
POLS 336 - Politics in Russia
POLS 377 - Politics in Democratic Spain
POLS 490 - Citizen Politics in Europe


Latin America and the Caribbean

ANT 280 R - Anthropological Perspectives - Caribbean
HIST 211 - Making of Modern Latin America
HIST 285 - Atlantic Pirates & Patriots
HIST 361 - Latin America Since Independence
HIST 385WR / LAS 385WR / IDS 385WR - Sugar and Rum

POLS 332 / LAS 385- Latin American Revolutions
POLS 490 - Democracy in Latin America

Electives

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

ANT 105 / GHCS 102 - Introduction to Global Health
ANT 280R / JS 258 - Anthropological Perspectives - Anthropology of the Jews
GHCS 300R - Core Issues in Global Health: Global Responses to HIV / AIDS
GHCS 300R - Core Issues in Global Health: Social Ethical Perspectives
POLS 490SWR- Modeling Social Phenomena
SOC 221 - Culture and Society
SOC 311 - Political Sociology

 

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