Development

III. Concentration Courses (24 units)

Students select courses in consultation with an advisor.

Group I: International Relations
  • POLS 304: Theory & Analysis of International Relations (4)
  • POLS 345: Model UN, when developing world (4)
  • POLS 447: Non-violent Strategies in International Relations (4)
  • POLS 448: Political Violence, Terrorism and Law (4)
Group II: Globalization, Development and Society (3 courses minimum)
  • ANT 352: Global Issues (4)
  • BUS 393: Introduction to International Business (4)
  • COMS 321: International Communications (4)
  • GEP 322: Globalization and Environments (4)
  • GEP 324: Climate Change and Society (4)
  • GEP 325: Global Food Systems (3-4)
  • GEP 370: Globalization and the City (4)
  • GEP 373: Energy, Technology and Society (4)
  • POLS 452: Third World Political Systems (4)
  • WGS 385: Transnational Feminisims (4)
Group III: Regional (no more than two courses)

Courses must align with the student's regional focus

    Europe:

  • HIST 416: Eastern Europe (1918-1989) (4)
  • HIST417: Russian Empire (4)
  • HIST 418: Fall of European Communism (4)
  • HIST 419: Soviet Union (4)
  • POLS 351: Politics of Russia (4)
  • POLS 352: Politics of Eastern Europe (4)
  • Latin America:

  • GEP 327: Latin America and the Caribbean (4)
  • HIST 342: Modern Latin America (4)
  • HIST348: Race and Ethnicity in Latin America (4)
  • HIST449: Gender and Sexuality in Latin America (4)
  • POLS 453: Politics of Latin America (4)
  • SPAN 307: Cultures of Latin America (4)
  • Asia:

  • HIST 435: History of Modern China (4)
  • HIST438: Modern Japan (4)
  • POLS 450: Politics of Asia (4)
  • Africa:

  • GEP 328: Africa, south of the Sahara (4)