International Affairs

International Affairs Interdisciplinary Minor
Students must take PS 2194, International Politics, and 6 additional courses from the list below. Students are also required to complete course 1034 in a modern foreign language or demonstrate equivalent proficiency. No more than 2 courses from a student's major or other minor pattern may be used to satisfy requirements of the interntional affairs minor. Additional courses not listed here (such as special topics, independent study, or courses taken at other institutions) may be used to fulfill the requirements of the minor with the approval of the coordinator of International Studies. It is strongly recommended that students satisfy their general education requirements in Area III List B by taking HIST 1024, Western Civilization II.

Core Course:
PS 2194 International Politics

Any 6 of the following:
ANTH 1024 Cultural Anthroplogy
ANTH 1044 Cultural Geography
ANTH 2314 Politics and Society of Japan
ANTH 3404 Sustainable Development
BA 3244 International Business
ECON 3144 International Trade and Finance
ECON 4064 Comparative Economic Systems
HIST 2134 The Second World War
HIST 2144 Europe in the Nineteenth Century
HIST 2374 History of Africa
HIST 2414 Latin American Civilization II
HIST 3224 Diplomacy and War in Antiquity
HIST 3404 Europe 1914-1945
HIST 3414 The Contemporary World
HIST 3464 Modern German History
HIST 3564 History of the Soviet Union
PS 1054 Globalization and Civic Responsibility
PS 2204 Canadian Parliamentary Internship
PS 2304 Politics and Society of Japan
PS 2324 Politics of Sub-Saharan Africa
PS 2504 Politics of the Middle East
PS 3234 The International System
PS 3314 Political Development
PS 3334 Politics of Russia
REL 2134 Foundations of Asian Religions
REL 2524 Islamic Religious Traditions
REL 2534 Hindu Religious Traditions
REL 2544 Buddhist Religious Traditions
SOC 1054 Cultural Geography
SOC 3404 Sustainable Development