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International Relations majors take classes in political science, economics, history, geography, foreign languages, and other fields as part of this major.
Students must choose one of four concentrations (Development & Political Economy; Diplomacy and Global Order; U.S. Foreign Policy and National Security, or Societies and Beliefs, and one of five regional specializations: Asia, Africa, Europe, Middle East, Latin America (see below for descriptions). An International Relations Honors Degree option is available.
Specific credit requirements are listed on the Course Catalog for each Concentration.
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This concentration examines how politics and economics affect each other on a global scale and starts with courses on international political economy. A major theme is the problem of economic and political development. Other topics include: the environment; human rights; inequality; and the role of international organizations.
This concentration studies world politics from a global point of view. Starting with diplomacy, the concentration encourages you to explore the workings of international law and organization, human rights organizations, the environment, terrorist and insurgent groups.
This concentration starts by examining how U.S. domestic politics influences foreign policy. It considers major issues like: national security; migration; terrorism; ethics; environmental policy; and human rights. It also includes regional concerns in the Middle East, East Asia and elsewhere.
This concentration examines the interplay of ideas, cultures and politics around the globe. It starts by looking at different political ideologies, each offering a different answer to the question of what political life should try to accomplish. It then encourages you to explore the answers to this question that have been proposed in different cultural zones, including the Middle East, Africa, Asia and Latin America. Tensions within cultures—based on race, gender, ethnicity and other divides—are another theme of this concentration.
Choose 1: Asia, Africa, Europe, Latin America, Middle East
Questions? Email Dr. Kara Ellerby (email@example.com), director of Undergraduate Studies