Global Studies: Politics and Governance

The concentration is comprised of eight units selected from at least three departments and in the following categories

  • Diplomacy and World Order

    • Two units, chosen from:

  • Economic Integration or Interdependence

    • Two units, chosen from:

      • ECON-105 Introduction to Global Economics

      • ECON-210 The Economics of the European Union

      • ECON-211 Economic Development in Asia, Africa, and Latin America

      • ECON-230/ENVR-230 Environmental Economics

      • ECON-310 International Trade and Finance

      • HIST-390 Food and Power in Africa and Asia

      • GEOG-345/ENVR-345 Global Sustainability: Society, Economy and Nature

      • GEOG-370 Geographies of Economic Development and Globalization

      • PLSC-351 Globalization

      • SOC-306 Social Change in a Global Perspective

      • SOC-335 Feast and Famine: Inequalities in the Global Food System

  • Regional Courses

    • Two units focused on the same world region selected from regional courses or study abroad.

  • Additional Concentration Electives

    • Two units chosen from the areas above.