Not open to students pursuing a major in International Relations.
The student who graduates with a minor in International Relations will be able to:
- Comprehend various theories about the nature of conflict and cooperation in the post-Cold War era.
- Explore the norms and purposes of international structures and regimes.
- Critically assess the unique principles, structure, and organization of the major international organizations.
- Assess the economic and political processes in international development; diagnose social issues in international development; appraise the need for sustainable international development.
- Identify the various manifestations of globalization and its impact on various public policies as they relate to cultural, economic, political, and social institutions.
Minor Requirements (18 semester hours)
|IRLS200||Information Literacy and Global Citizenship||3|
|IRLS300||Comparative Political Systems||3|
|Select 2 courses from the following:||6|
|Introduction to Human Security|
|Government and Security of Russia|
|Latin American Politics|
|Global Politics of Islam|
|Globalization and the Market Economy|
|National and Transnational Justice|
|Comparative Foreign Policy|
|International Conflict Resolution|
|Principles of Peacekeeping|
|The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)|
|International Civil Order|
|Government & Security in the Middle East|
|Arab-Israeli Conflict: Contemp. Politics & Dipl.|
|Politics and Security in the Persian Gulf|
|Total Semester Hours||18|