The following Fall 2016 courses have been approved as acceptable substitutes for the "Other approved courses" in the GMG-BSBA, International Business track.
ECO 315 - 0001 Economic Development - Joseph Medley
The theories and practices of interregional and international economic development. Special attention is given to developmental problems of emerging nations. Prerequisite: any 100-level ECO course. Cr. 3.
HTY 394 Topics: Europe in the 20th Century – Abraham Peck
No description specific to the topic - An analysis of a selected historical problem not already covered by regular course offerings in history will be offered. The course may be repeated for credit when different topics are offered. (Offered occasionally.) Cr. 3.
HTY 334/LSH 340 -The Holocaust: Policy, Practice, Response - Abraham Peck
An examination of the roots of anti-Semitism in European history, the development of the policy of the extermination of the Jews and others in Nazi Germany, and the implementation of the policy throughout Europe during the Second World War. The varied aspects of the response of individuals and governments to the experience of the Holocaust are also considered. Prerequisite: HTY 102. Another course in twentieth-century Europe or the United States is also recommended. Cr. 3.
HUM 325 World History and Geography I – Donald Beane
This is the first in a series of two courses that are designed to help students develop an understanding of and an appreciation for world history and geography. The course's goal is to provide students with a humanistic background from which to better comprehend global complexities. This course will cover the period from prehistory to the age of modern expansion, from about 50,000 to 500 years ago. Prerequisite: Only students with more than 45 credits are permitted to take this course. This course has been approved by the State Department of Education for content area in secondary Social Studies. Prerequisite: Any Entry Year Experience Course (or concurrent) Cr.3
PHI 315/HTY 377 - 0001 Chinese Thought: Confucianism, Daoism and Zen Buddhism - Jie Zhao
Prior to the modern era, the Chinese interpreted their world through traditional idea systems, the most prominent of which were Confucianism, Taoism, and Buddhism. This course will explore these traditions: their assumptions and values, their varieties and internal tensions, and their relationships to the larger social system. Prerequisite: HTY 171 recommended. Cr 3.
POS 405 The European Union – Francesca Vassallo
An examination of a unique example of political, economic, and cultural integration. The course will emphasize the evolution, enlargement, international positioning, and political organization of the European Union. Prerequisite: POS 101J or POS 102J or POS 104J or POS 205, or permission of the instructor. NOTE: All School of Business majors have permission to enroll without prerequisites. Cr. 3.