As an International Affairs major, you’ll be required to take:
Seven Global Studies courses
One approved Economics elective
One approved study abroad experience
This major also requires that you develop an advanced competency in a modern language.
Additional International Affairs courses include:
Campaigns and Elections
Case Studies in Culture and Commerce of Africa
Contemporary Issues in Global Politics
Contemporary Issues in U.S. Politics
Current Political Issues
The Developing World
Dictatorship or Democracy?
Geographic Information Systems
Introduction to Comparative Government and Politics
Perspectives on Global Commerce
Political Thought from a Global Perspective
Politics and Public Policy
Politics and Urban Economy in the U.S.
Politics of Communications Policy
Social Policy: Privatization of Public Benefits
Special Topics: Global Studies
U.S. Foreign Policy