International Studies Approved Courses Spring 2011

Listed below are courses offered Spring 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 12/16/2010.


Political Economy

AFS 270 / HIST 285 - Humanitarian Aid in Africa
AFS 468 / SOC 486 - Economic Development in Africa
ANT 285 / IDS 285 - Foundations of Development
ANT 352 / WS 342 - Globalization & Transnational Culture
ECON 231 - Introduction to Global Trade and Finance
ECON 351 / HIST 351 - Topics: Non-US Economic History - Migration: Homo Sapiens to 1921
ECON 366 / AFS 366 - Development Issues for Africa
ECON 431 - International Trade
ENVS 458 - Fishers and Fisheries

POLS 190 - Cooperation and Conflict
POLS 313 - International Organizations
POLS 385 - Dictatorship and Development
POLS 385 / ENVS 377 - International Environmental Policy
POLS 490 - Capitalism and Modernity
POLS 490 - Labor and Development
POLS 490 - Globalization and Human Rights

SOC 266 - Global Change

Conflict and Security

EAS 386 / KRN 386 - War & Violence in Korea
HIST 308 - Revolutionary France, 1750-1815
HIST 335 - U.S. Diplomatic History since 1914
HIST 375 - The Pacific War: 1941-1945
HIST 385 / AAS 385 - U.S. Cold War Foreign Policy

POLS 311 - International Conflict Resolution
POLS 490 - The United Nations
POLS 490 - American Foreign Policy: Middle East

State and Society

EAS 386 / KRN 386 - Modern Korea: Politics, History & Culture
HIST 190 / JS 190 - Modern Israel
HIST 367 / AFS 367 - Making of South Africa
HIST 385 / JS 385 - German-Jewish History
IDS 385 / RUS 372 - Russia & the Age of Revolution

POLS 317 - Global Human Rights
POLS 323 - Comparative Political Parties
POLS 325 - Eastern European Politics
POLS 337 - Islam and Politics
POLS 375 / EAS 375 - Contemporary Chinese Politics
POLS 385 - German Political System
POLS 490 - Democracy in Latin America
POLS 490 - Gender, Islam, and Politics
POLS 490 - Political Exposure: Monitoring & Accountability in Political Affairs

Africa/Middle East

AFS 221 / HIST 221 - Making of Modern Africa
AFS 270 / HIST 285 - Humanitarian Aid in Africa
AFS 366 / ECON 366 - Development Issues for Africa
AFS 367 / HIST 367 - Making of South Africa
AFS 468 / SOC 468 - Economic Development in Africa
HIST 190 / JS 190 - Modern Israel

POLS 337 - Islam and Politics
POLS 490 - Gender, Islam, and Politics
POLS 490 / HIST 489 - American Foreign Policy: Middle East

Asia

EAS 378 / JPN 378 - Postwar Japan Through Its Media
EAS 386 / KRN 386 - War & Violence in Korea
EAS 386 / KRN 386 - Modern Korea: Politics, History & Culture
HIST 285 / RUS 200 - Intro to Russian Area Studies
HIST 373 - History of Modern China
HIST 375 - The Pacific War: 1941-1945
HIST 385 / MESAS 370 / REL 370 - Afghanistan & Central Asia
HIST 487 - Russian Empire / Soviet Borderlands
HIST 489 - Race / Caste in America & India
IDS 385 / RUS 372 - Russia & the Age of Revolution
MESAS 202 / HIST 285 / WS 285- South Asian History & Identity

POLS 375 / EAS 375 - Contemporary Chinese Politics
POLS 490 / HIST 489 - U.S. China Relations Since W.W.II

Europe

HIST 202 - The Making of Modern Europe
HIST 301 - History of Greece
HIST 308 - Revolutionary France, 1750-1815
HIST 385 / JS 385 - German-Jewish History

POLS 325 - Eastern European Politics
POLS 385 - German Political System
POLS 490 - Political Exposure: Monitoring & Accountability in Political Affairs


Latin America and the Caribbean

HIST 211 / LACS 270 - Making of Modern Latin America
HIST 285 / LACS 270 / IDS 285 -Latin American Urban History
HIST 285 / LACS 270 - Food and Making the Americas
HIST 385 / LAS 385 / IDS 385 - Sugar and Rum
HIST 489 - Conquest/Conversion: Latin America

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
GHCS 300 - Core Issues in Global Health: Global Responses to HIV / AIDS
ENVS 385 - Perspectives on Sustainable Development (Policy and Practice)


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