International Relations

Required courses include:
ECON 162 - Principles of Macroeconomics
ECON 163 - Principles of Microeconomics
ECON 260 - Comparative Economic Development
ECON 270 -
HIST 101 - World Civilizations I
HIST 102 - World Civilizations II
HIST 314 - The Age Of Uncertainty: 1914-Present
One course selected from:
INTD 202 - World Energy Resources
INTD 203 - International Terrorism
INTD 204 - Human Sexuality
INTD 253 - Origins of Western Thought III: The Modern Age
INTD 306 - International Development
MATH 281 - Statistical Methods I
POLS 120 - Model United Nations
POLS 243 - International Politics
POLS 325 - Political Economy
POLS 341 - United States Foreign Policy
POLS 351 - Comparative Politics: Western
POLS 352 - Comparative Politics: Non-Western
POLS 370 - Research Methods in Political Science
 
Nine credits in courses in a world language beyond the 130 level, including either 220 or 221
(International students whose native language is not English may substitute for this world language requirement one course to enhance English language proficiency chosen from:
 
COMM 206 - Public Speaking and Announcing
ENGL 212 - Writing for College and Community
ENGL 220 - Writing for Business and Industry
ENGL 230 - Writing from Nature
ENGL 240 - Creative Writing
THEA 120 - Beginning Acting
THEA 221 - Acting for the Camera
THEA 226 - Stage Voice
 
And one course to promote understanding of contemporary American culture chosen from:
 
ENGL 250 - American Literature
ENGL 383 - African American Novel
ENGL 385 - Women & Literature: The American Experience
HIST 202 - U.S. History II
HIST 355 - Contemporary U.S. History, 1945-Present
POLS 225 - American Politics
PSYC 250 - Multicultural Psychology
THEA 335 - American Theater
INTD 490 - Senior Project