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B.A. in Political Science - International Politics Emphasis

Program Duration

48 monthsProgram duration

Main Subject Area

PoliticsMain Subject Area

Program overview

Main Subject

Politics

Degree

Other

Study Level

Undergraduate

Required Courses: POLS 3410 - European Politics POLS 3420 - Islam and Politics POLS 3440 - Comparative Politics of the Middle East POLS 3450 - Politics in China POLS 3490 - Religion and Politics in Comparative Perspective POLS 3510 - Politics of Asia POLS 3550 - Comparative Politics of Latin America POLS 3620 - United Nations POLS 3680 - Globalization & World Politics POLS 5400 - Parliaments, Presidents, and Parties: Comparative Institutions POLS 5410 - New Democracies POLS 5420 - The European Union POLS 5440 - Nationalism and Ethnic Conflict POLS 5450 - Political Violence/Terrorism POLS 5460 - International Relations of Africa POLS 5470 - International Relations of the Middle East POLS 5480 - International Relations of East Asia POLS 5490 - International Relations of Latin America POLS 5600 - Democracy in Latin America POLS 5610 - International Law POLS 5625 - International Ethics POLS 5630 - Global Governance POLS 5660 - American Foreign Policy POLS 5670 - U.S. National Security Policy POLS 5690 - Foundations of International Security POLS 5710 - Introduction to International Political Economy POLS 5750 - The Rise of Global Capitalism POLS 5800 - Theories of International Relations

Program overview

Main Subject

Politics

Degree

Other

Study Level

Undergraduate

Required Courses: POLS 3410 - European Politics POLS 3420 - Islam and Politics POLS 3440 - Comparative Politics of the Middle East POLS 3450 - Politics in China POLS 3490 - Religion and Politics in Comparative Perspective POLS 3510 - Politics of Asia POLS 3550 - Comparative Politics of Latin America POLS 3620 - United Nations POLS 3680 - Globalization & World Politics POLS 5400 - Parliaments, Presidents, and Parties: Comparative Institutions POLS 5410 - New Democracies POLS 5420 - The European Union POLS 5440 - Nationalism and Ethnic Conflict POLS 5450 - Political Violence/Terrorism POLS 5460 - International Relations of Africa POLS 5470 - International Relations of the Middle East POLS 5480 - International Relations of East Asia POLS 5490 - International Relations of Latin America POLS 5600 - Democracy in Latin America POLS 5610 - International Law POLS 5625 - International Ethics POLS 5630 - Global Governance POLS 5660 - American Foreign Policy POLS 5670 - U.S. National Security Policy POLS 5690 - Foundations of International Security POLS 5710 - Introduction to International Political Economy POLS 5750 - The Rise of Global Capitalism POLS 5800 - Theories of International Relations

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