International Studies Courses

2014-15 Undergraduate Academic Catalog

INT 141. INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS 4 sh
Cross-listed with POL 141. See POL 141 for description.

INT 221. THE WORLD IN THE 20th CENTURY 4 sh
Cross-listed with HST 221. See HST 221 for description.

INT 370-379. TOPICS IN INTERNATIONAL STUDIES
Courses with interdisciplinary approaches to new topics in international studies or on one of the world’s regions.

INT 461. SENIOR SEMINAR 4 sh
The senior seminar is a capstone experience designed for majors. This course offers practical experience in researching, writing and presenting a senior thesis which builds on previous work in global studies and the regional concentration.

INT 481. INTERNSHIP IN INTERNATIONAL STUDIES 2-4 sh
Designed to provide students with opportunities to work in professional positions related to international affairs. Internships are intended to provide practical experience for future careers in government, nongovernmental organizations (development/humanitarian) and business. They may be arranged both in the United States and overseas. Prerequisite: permission of program coordinator.
 
INT 491. INDEPENDENT STUDY 2-4 sh
Open to junior or senior majors with permission of instructor.
 
INT 499. RESEARCH 1-4 sh
Designed to allow students the opportunity to engage in an empirical or theoretical study in collaboration with a faculty member. Research projects may include reviewing relevant literature, developing a research design, data collection, analysis and presentation of findings. This may also include a presentation to the International Studies faculty and/or a SURF presentation. Prerequisite: permission of program coordinator.
 

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