Political Science Major

International Studies

International Studies Track List of Approved Internationally-Focused Elective Courses

The International Studies Track offers an interdisciplinary curriculum within the Political Science Major.  It is one of two tracks available in the Political Science major. 

Political science majors can choose from one of two tracks: Political Science Track and International Studies Track.  Only one track must be completed to earn the B.A. in Political Science.  The list below does NOT apply to the Political Science Track.  It only applies to students who choose the International Studies Track.  A full description of both the Political Science Track and International Studies Track is available under Degrees & Certificates.

One requirement of the International Studies Track is to complete four electives in other programs from the list of "Approved Internationally-Focused Elective Courses."  

Effective Fall 2013, the list includes:

ANT 101 - Anthropology: The Cultural View
ANT 202 - Origins of Civilization
ANT 222 - Peoples of the North
ANT 250 - Archaeology of South America
ANT 302 - Medical Anthropology
ARH 112 - Art History: Renaissance to the Present
ARH 310 - Art History: Cross-Cultural Perspectives
ARH 327 - Modern Art
BUS 335 - International Business
BUS 361 - International Marketing
BUS 382 - International Business Law
CLA 291 - The Golden Age of Greece
CLA 292 - Rome, from Republic to Empire
ECO 101 - Intro to Macroeconomics
ECO 102 - Intro to Microeconomics
ECO 104 - The U.S. in the World Economy
ECO 106 - Economics of Social Change
ECO 301 - Intermediate Macroeconomics
ECO 303 - Political Economy
ECO 310 - Money and Banking
ECO 312 - U.S. Economic Policy
ECO 315 - Economic Development
ECO 316 - Case Studies in International Development
ECO 340 - History of Economic Thought
ECO 370 - International Economics
ENG 244 - Introduction to Cultural Studies
ENG 348 - Topics in Interdisciplinary Studies: Culture & Globalization
ENG 397 - Studies in Irish Literature and Culture
FRE 291 - French Civilization I: An Historical Approach
FRE 292 - French Civilization II: French Revolution to Present
GEO 101 - Human Geography
GEO 104 - World Regional Geography
GEO 203 - Urban and Regional Development
GEO 207 - Map History: Making Sense of the World
GEO 303 - Economic Geography
HON 101 - Honors Entry-Year Experience
HON 102 - Confrontation and Cross-Fertilization among Medieval Cultures
HON 201 - Inquiry in the Sciences of the Human Body
HON 202 - Progress, Process, or Permanence
HTY 101 - Western Civilization I
HTY 102 - Western Civilization II
HTY 141 - African American History to 1865
HTY 142 - African American History from 1865
HTY 152 - The Islamic Near East
HTY 171 - Traditional East Asia
HTY 172 - Modern East Asia
HTY 181 - Latin America I
HTY 182 - Latin America II
HTY 303 -  History of the Ancient Near East and Greece
HTY 304 -  History of Rome
HTY 311 -  Medieval Civilization
HTY 312 -  Renaissance and Reformation
HTY 316 -  French Revolution and Napoleon
HTY 324 -  World Wars I&II: European War and Diplomacy
HTY 326 -  History of England
HTY 330 -  Germany: Bismarck to Hitler
HTY 334 -  The Holocaust: Policy, Practice, Response
HTY 339 -  European Women’s History
HTY 377 -  Chinese Thought
HTY 378 -  Diplomatic History of the U.S. I
HTY 379 -  Diplomatic History of the U.S. II
HTY 381 -  Latin America and the U.S.
HTY 383 - The Society and Culture of Latin America
HTY 388 - Revolution of Modern China
HTY 390 - Traditional Japan: Court and Warriors
ITP 280 - Industrial Organization, Management, & Supervision
PHI 230 - Philosophy of Religion
PHI 240 - Political Philosophy
PHI 260 - Philosophy of Law
PHI 265 - Philosophy and Gender
PHI 312 - Gender in African Literature and Film
PHI 315 - Eastern Philosophy
PHI 320 - History of Medieval and Renaissance Philosophy
PHI 330 - History of Early Modern Philosophy: Descartes to Kant
PHI 340 - History of Nineteenth-Century Philosophy
SOC 300 - Sociological Theory
SOC 315 - Self and Society
SOC 334 - Sociology of Religion
SOC 355 - Politics and Society
SOC 374 - Mental Health and Mental Illness
SPA 270 - The Culture and Civilization of Spain
WST 101 - Introduction to Women and Gender Studies

TRAVEL COURSES – vary by topic and time of year