International Politics (Minor)

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The minor in international politics is designed to provide the non-major with an opportunity to develop a specialty in the domestic and international politics of regions outside the United States. ​

Course Requirements​

Course Title Quarter Hours
PSC 140INTRODUCTION TO INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS4
PSC 150INTRODUCTION TO COMPARATIVE POLITICS4
Select two of the following 200-level courses:8
AMERICAN FOREIGN POLICY
RUSSIAN-AMERICAN RELATIONS
LATIN AMERICAN-UNITED STATES RELATIONS
FOREIGN POLICIES OF WESTERN EUROPE
ASIAN FOREIGN POLICY
U.S. - AFRICA RELATIONS
TOPICS IN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
EUROPEAN POLITICS
RUSSIAN POLITICS
LATIN AMERICAN POLITICS
ASIAN POLITICS
AFRICAN POLITICS
MIDDLE EAST POLITICS
COUNTRY STUDIES
Select two of the following 300-level courses:8
THE EUROPEAN UNION
POLITICAL ISLAM AND AMERICAN FOREIGN POLICY
ARMS, SECURITY, AND WAR
ASIAN POLITICAL ECONOMY
WORLD POLITICAL ECONOMY
THE CATHOLIC CHURCH IN WORLD POLITICS
THE UNITED NATIONS AND WORLD PROBLEMS
ETHICS IN WORLD POLITICS
ADVANCED TOPICS IN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
JAPANESE POLITICS
REVOLUTION AND TERRORISM
CHINESE POLITICS
COMPARATIVE DEMOCRACY AND DICTATORSHIP
POLITICAL REPRESENTATION IN COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE
ETHNIC CONFLICT IN THE THIRD WORLD
GLOBAL GENDER ISSUES
ADVANCED TOPICS IN COMPARATIVE POLITICS
INTERNATIONAL LAW

Students majoring in Political Science (BA) or minoring in American Politics or Public Law/Political Thought are restricted from earning this minor.