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International Relations
Degree Requirements
International Relations Major

International Relations Major
(a minimum of 37 semester course credits)

Required:

GOVT 016 Comparative Politics (3)

GOVT 017 International Relations (4)

GOVT 132 Theories of International Relations (4)

GOVT 141 States and Nations (3)

Senior Requirement (4)

A senior thesis or equivalent research exercise, undertaken with the direct supervision of a faculty member in the Government Department.

Analytic Skills or Research Methods in Political Science Requirement

Select one research methods or legal analysis course in Social Science (SOSC) or Government

Select four electives in consultation with advisor:

GOVT 187 Comparative Politics of Social Policy (3)

GOVT 090 American Foreign Policy (4)

GOVT 127 Empires and Imperialism (4)

GOVT 137 Middle East Politics (4)

GOVT 142 African Politics (3)

Note: Completing the equivalent of four semesters of a modern language other than English may be substituted for one of the four elective courses.
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