Global Studies: International Economic Policy

Students are strongly encouraged to develop proficiency in economics with either a minor or double major (see Economics department listings for requirements).

Note: Within the concentration, the eight units selected from three or more departments.

Eight units, including:

  • International Economics or Finance

    • Three units, chosen from:

      • ECON210 The Economics of the European Union

      • ECON211 Economic Development in Asia, Africa, and Latin America

      • ECON215 International Monetary Economics

      • ECON310 International Trade: Causes, Consequences, and Controversies

      • ECON315 International Macroeconomics

      • FIN462 International Financial Management

      • Or, another upper level courses in international economics with approval of GSIEP advisors

  • Global Power and Politics

    • Two units from two different departments, chosen from:

      • ANTH328 Anthropology of Human Rights

      • GEOG320 Power, Space, and Territory: Geographies of Political Change

      • GEOG345/SUST345 Global Sustainability: Society, Economy, Nature

      • HIST236 Russian Empire, Soviet Union and After

      • HIST271 The Modern Middle East

      • HIST290 Britain and the World

      • HIST291 Histories of Public Health and Biomedicine in the Global South

      • HIST392 Humanitarianism and Development

      • PLSC250 Introduction to International Relations

      • PLSC350 American Foreign Policy

      • PLSC351 Globalization

      • PLSC353 International Security

      • PLSC356 International Political Economy

      • PLSC359 Global Governance

      • PLSC360 International Development Policy

      • SOC231 Across the Pond: Europe vs. USA

  • Regional Courses
    These courses focus on a specific region or country in order to emphasize the importance of culture and historical and cultural context in global interactions, both economic and otherwise. Students must take two units, chosen from the list of Regional Courses.

  • One additional unit chosen from courses above.