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International Relations
Degree Requirements
International Relations Major

International Relations Major
(10 semester course credits)

Required:

GOVT 016 Comparative Politics (1)

GOVT 017 International Relations (1)

GOVT 132 Theories of International Relations (1)

GOVT 141 Politics of Developing Nations (1)

And select one course from the following:

GOVT 085 American Government (1)

GOVT 101 Organizational Theory (1)

GOVT 102 Administrative Behavior (1)

GOVT 121 The Public Policy-Making Process (1)

And select five elective courses from the following:

GOVT 087 Political Economy (1)

GOVT 090 American Foreign Policy (1)

GOVT 127 Comparative Foreign Policy (1)

GOVT 130 Regime Change (1)

GOVT 137 Comparative Politics of the Middle East and North Africa (1)

GOVT 138 International Relations of the Middle East (1)

GOVT 142 African Politics (1)
Note: Completing the equivalent of four semesters of a foreign language may be substituted for two elective courses.
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