2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog


International Relations Minor

The International Relations minor is 21 credit hours.

Required Courses

Intro to IR (3 hours)

POSC 20303International Politics

3

Comparative Politics (3 hours)

POSC 20503Introduction to Comparative Politics

3

POSC 35013Comparative Democratic Systems

3

POSC 35023Comparative Social Movements

3

POSC 35043Politics of Developing Nations

3

Foreign Policies of States (3 hours)

POSC 33503Contemporary U.S. Foreign Policy

3

POSC 33513United States Foreign Policy Making

3

POSC 33603International Relations of East Asia

3

POSC 33613The International Relations of Japan

3

POSC 33623Chinese Foreign Policy

3

POSC 33633Russian Foreign Policy

3

International Processes (3 hours)

POSC 33033Conflict and Negotiation

3

POSC 33113Globalization and Political Economy

3

POSC 33123Globalization

3

POSC 33703Mideast Conflicts

3

9 hours of 30000+ level electives selected from the following list of courses, or courses that are advisor approved.

ANTH 30323Migration: Crossing Borders, Crossing Cultures

3

ANTH 30333Mexican American Culture

3

ANTH 30773Latin American Pop Culture

3

ANTH 30973France Today: Citizenship, Identity, and Nationalism

3

ANTH 40433Transnational Processes: Globalization, Migrations, and Borders

3

CHIN 30113Chinese Civilization and Culture

3

CRJU 30943Japan: Heritage, Culture, and Globalization

3

CRJU 30963Japan: Environment, Technology, and Sustainability

3

ECON 30213Development Theory

3

ECON 30433Development Studies

3

ECON 30443Asian Economics

3

ECON 30453Economics of the European Union

3

ECON 30463Latin American Economics

3

ECON 30493International Economic Studies

3

ECON 40213International Trade and Payments

3

ECON 40223International Monetary Economics

3

ENGL 30173Marxist Cultural Theory

3

ENGL 30683Post-Colonial Anglophone Literature

3

ENGL 30783Modern India: Literature and Culture

3

ENGL 30793Multi-Ethnic Literature of the World

3

ENGL 40413Renaissance in England

3

ENGL 40693British and Irish Poetry Since 1900

3

FINA 40623International Finance

3

FINA 40703International Finance Study Abroad

3

FREN 30153French Culture and Civilization I

3

FREN 30163French Culture and Civilization II

3

FREN 30173France Today: Citizenship, Identity, and Nationalism

3

FREN 30176French Culture and Civilization: Study Abroad in France

6

FREN 30253Contemporary France through the Media

3

GEOG 30523Geography of Latin America

3

GEOG 30533Geography of Western Europe

3

GEOG 30723Cultural Geography

3

GRMN 30053German Geography, Culture, and Language

3

GRMN 30063German Politics, Culture and Language

3

GRMN 30173German Culture in Cologne, the Rhineland and Beyond

3

GRMN 40023German Culture and Civilization

3

HIST 30003The Greek World

3

HIST 30013The Roman Republic and Empire

3

HIST 30023Ancient Egypt and the Near East

3

HIST 30033Ancient Mysteries: Sense and Nonsense

3

HIST 30133The Middle Ages

3

HIST 30203The Renaissance

3

HIST 30223The Seventeenth Century

3

HIST 30233Enlightenment Europe

3

HIST 30243Spain: From Columbus to Franco

3

HIST 30253Popular Culture in Early Modern Europe

3

HIST 30303The Age of Great Transformation: Europe, 1815-1870

3

HIST 30323Peace or Pause? Europe, 1919-1945

3

HIST 30333A Whole New World: Europe since 1845

3

HIST 30343The French Revolution: from Subjects to Citizens

3

HIST 30363Modern Germany, 1815 to the Present

3

HIST 30373European Thought and Culture, 1800 to the Present

3

HIST 30383Experiences and Encounters: Paris and Madrid, 1880-1940

3

HIST 30393Totalitarianism in Europe

3

HIST 30403History of Russia to 1861

3

HIST 30413History of Russia from 1861 to the Present

3

HIST 30423Central Europe since 1700

3

HIST 30443History of Modern China: from Ming to Mao

3

HIST 30503History of England to 1603

3

HIST 30513History of England and Great Britain since 1603

3

HIST 30523Tudor-Stuart England, 1485-1714

3

HIST 30533England, 1815-1901, Politics, Prudery, and the Pax Britannica

3

HIST 30543Twentieth-Century Britain, Empire to Welfare State: 1901 to the Present

3

HIST 30553History of Ireland since 1600

3

HIST 30563The British Empire, 1603-1857

3

HIST 30573British Empire and Commonwealth, 1857-1975

3

HIST 30583Living in London

3

HIST 30593Making of Modern England

3

HIST 30633Women in European History 1789 to the Present

3

HIST 30703Modern Egypt: A History

3

HIST 30713Revolutionary Iran:A History

3

HIST 30723Women in the Middle East

3

HIST 30913History of Central America

3

HIST 30923The United States and Latin America

3

HIST 30933Revolution in Latin America

3

HIST 30943The Spanish Borderlands

3

HIST 30953History of Argentina and Chile

3

HIST 30963History of Brazil

3

HIST 30973Biography in LatinAmerican History

3

HIST 30983Aztecs, Incas, and Mayas: The Indians of Middle and South America

3

HIST 30993History of Mexico

3

HIST 31903Summer Study in Ghana

3

HIST 40003The Women's Movement in England and America, 1792-1972

3

HIST 40103Senior Honors Project

3

HIST 40663America Between World Wars, 1919-1941

3

HIST 40693American Empire

3

HIST 40843The Vietnam War

3

HIST 41903History of Cuba

3

HIST 49903History Major Seminar

3

IDFM 40243Global Trade of Textiles and Apparel

3

INSC 40353Global Supply Chain Management

3

ITAL 30176Study Abroad in Italy: Language and Culture

6

JAPN 30113Japanese Culture and Civilization

3

MARK 30703Consumption and Culture:Marketing Study Abroad

3

POSC 32053Global Justice

3

POSC 33003Topics in International Politics

3

POSC 33013United Nations Institutions and Processes

3

POSC 33023International Organizations Research

3

POSC 33033Conflict and Negotiation

3

POSC 33103Feminist International Relations Theory

3

POSC 33113Globalization and Political Economy

3

POSC 33123Globalization

3

POSC 33133Energy and Global Geostrategy

3

POSC 33203Political Economy of Human Trafficking

3

POSC 33503Contemporary U.S. Foreign Policy

3

POSC 33513United States Foreign Policy Making

3

POSC 33523U.S. Foreign Policy in Film

3

POSC 33603International Relations of East Asia

3

POSC 33613The International Relations of Japan

3

POSC 33623Chinese Foreign Policy

3

POSC 33633Russian Foreign Policy

3

POSC 33703Mideast Conflicts

3

POSC 34063International Human Rights and Humanitarian Law

3

POSC 35003Topics in Comparative Politics

3

POSC 35013Comparative Democratic Systems

3

POSC 35023Comparative Social Movements

3

POSC 35033Islam and Politics

3

POSC 35043Politics of Developing Nations

3

POSC 35503The Politics and the Culture of the Middle East and North Africa

3

POSC 35613The Politics of Japan

3

POSC 35623Politics of China

3

POSC 35633Contemporary Issues in China

3

POSC 35643Entrepreneurship in China

3

POSC 35703Politics of Western Europe

3

POSC 35713Politics of the European Union

3

POSC 35723Political Life in Central Europe

3

POSC 35803Latin America: The Challenge of Democratic Consolidation

3

RELI 30493Latina/o Religion, Law and Identity

3

RELI 30513Hindu Religious Perspectives

3

RELI 30523East Asian Religious Perspectives

3

RELI 30533Buddhism: Thought and Practice

3

RELI 30543Islam

3

RELI 30553African Religions

3

RELI 30563Judaism

3

RELI 40613Constructive Global Ethics

3

SOCI 30923Leadership London: Social and Cultural Contexts of Leadership

3

SOCI 30953Japan: Crime, Criminal Justice and Social Problems

3

SOCI 30963Japan: Environment, Technology, and Sustainability

3

SOCI 30973Scandinavia: Sociology and Sustainability

3

SPAN 30023Summer Study Abroad - Culture

3

SPAN 32003Culture of Spain

3

SPAN 32103Culture of Latin America

3

SPAN 32203Popular Cultures of Spanish-speaking Countries

3

SPAN 42203Borderland Cultures

3

STCO 44433Global Branding

3

STCO 47433Global Communication

3

12 hours must be 30000 or above.

All courses in the minor must be passed with a C- or better.

The minor is not available to political science majors.