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  • International Studies - Emphasis in Diplomacy
  • Political Science

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  • Fall 2013 Undergraduate Catalog - Official

    B.S. Degree in International Studies - Diplomacy (120 Credits)

    Core Requirements

    This core is required of all students who major in one of the International Studies emphases: Development or Diplomacy. Students must complete a minimum of one credit in INTL 400 and a minimum of three credits in INTL 450. In addition to the listed courses, students are required to demonstrate proficiency at the second year level in a foreign language. Students may demonstrate their competency by means of an evaluation by the language department, or they must complete college level courses through the 200 level. If course work is required, this may add up to 16 semester credits to the requirements of this major.

    ANTH 110 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology (3)
    ECON 204 Principles of Economics II: Macro (3)
    GEOS 111 Cultures and Regions (3)
    HIST 104 World History I (3)
    HIST 105 World History II (3)
    INTL 101 Introduction to Global Issues (3)
    INTL 400 Global Experience (1-2)
    INTL 450 Senior Project (3-6)
    PHIL 120 World Religions (3)
    POL 160 International Relations (3)
    SOC 110 Introduction to Sociology (3)


    Requirements

    Students must complete at least 21 credits from the listed courses.

    ANTH 265 Language and Culture (3)
    ANTH 313 Understanding Contemporary Africa (3)
    ANTH 380 Traditional Cultures (3)
    CMST 300 Intercultural Communication (3)
    GEOS 320 Economic Geography (3)
    GEOS 410 Eastern Europe and Russia (3)
    HIST 302 East Asian History II (3)
    HIST 304 History of Africa (3)
    HIST 322 History of Britain II (3)
    HIST 324 Twentieth Century Europe (4)
    HIST 346 Modern China (3)
    HIST 347 Modern Japan (3)
    INTL 370 Understanding International Security (3)
    MC 300 International Communications (3)
    POL 265 International Protection of Human Rights (3)
    POL 350 Comparative Governments of Western Europe (3)
    POL 352 Political Problems in Developing Countries (3)
    POL 360 American Foreign Policy (3)
    POL 361 International Political Economy (3)
    POL 363 Public International Law (3)
    POL 366 International Conflict Resolution (3)
    POL 369 International Organizations (3)


    Restricted Electives

    Students must complete one of the listed research methods courses.

    CMST 215 Communication Research Methods (3)
    HIST 205 Introduction to Historical Methods (3)
    POL 310 Political Science Research Methods (3)
    SOC 350 Methods and Statistics for Social Research (4)