International Relations Minor

Minor Requirements

24 credits

POLS 210INTERNATIONAL POLITICS4
ECON 210PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS4
Select at least 4 credits of the following:4
CURRENT DEBATES IN US FOREIGN POLICY
INTERNATIONAL LAW, ETHICS, AND GLOBAL GOVERNANCE
TOPICS IN INTERNATIONAL POLITICS
POLITICAL PSYCHOLOGY
U.S. FOREIGN POLICY
TOPICS IN COMPARATIVE POLITICS
COMPARATIVE POLITICS
Select at least 4 credits from a relevant upper-division HIST course4
One year of foreign language (see B.A. language requirement)
Select 8 additional credits from the approved International Relations major elective list below:8
CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY
INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION: GLOBAL PERSPECTIVES
NONVERBAL COMMUNICATION
Any other relevant COMM course
INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS
DEVELOPMENT ECONOMICS
INTERNATIONAL MONETARY ECONOMICS
ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMICS
NATURAL RESOURCE ECONOMICS
HISTORY OF ECONOMIC THOUGHT
POSTCOLONIAL LITERATURE IN ENGLISH
ENVIRONMENT, SOCIETY, AND CULTURE (also listed as SOAN 250)
LANGUAGE AND CULTURE IN GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE
Any other relevant GLCS course
WESTERN CULTURE TO 1500
WESTERN CULTURE SINCE 1500
HISTORY OF WORLD CIVILIZATIONS TO 1500
HISTORY OF WORLD CIVILIZATIONS SINCE 1500
EAST ASIA BEFORE 1800
EAST ASIA SINCE 1800
JEWISH-MUSLIM RELATIONS IN MODERN EUROPE AND THE MEDITERRANEAN (ALSO LISTED AS RELS 207)
FASCISM AND THE HOLOCAUST IN EUROPE AND NORTH AFRICA
Any other relevant HIST course
LIVING IN A MEDIA WORLD 1
MEDIA THEORY AND CRITICISM 1
MEDIA AND POPULAR CULTURE 1
PRINCIPLES OF PUBLIC RELATIONS 1
FUNDAMENTALS OF PHILOSOPHY
MORAL PROBLEMS
PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE
ENVIRONMENTAL ETHICS
PHILOSOPHY OF LAW
SOCIAL & POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY
COMPARATIVE PHILOSOPHY: ASIAN THOUGHT
Any other relevant PHIL course
AMERICAN POLITICS
GREAT POLITICAL THINKERS
POLITICS AND THE ARTS
CURRENT DEBATES IN US FOREIGN POLICY
INTERNATIONAL LAW, ETHICS, AND GLOBAL GOVERNANCE
TOPICS IN INTERNATIONAL POLITICS
POLITICAL PSYCHOLOGY
U.S. FOREIGN POLICY
TOPICS IN COMPARATIVE POLITICS
SURVEY OF PSYCHOLOGY
JUDAISM, CHRISTIANITY & ISLAM
RELIGIOUS ETHICS
THE HOLY QUR'AN
PHILOSOPHY EAST & WEST (ALSO LISTED AS PHIL 160)
HISTORY OF RELIGION OF THE MIDDLE EAST (ALSO LISTED AS HIST 310)
FORGIVENESS AND RECONCILIATION
WOMEN IN RELIGION (ALSO LISTED AS GENS 342)
Any other relevant RELS course
Any relevant SOAN course
Any relevant internship course
Any relevant study in Washington, D.C. or abroad
Any relevant January term course abroad
Total Credits24
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JAMS courses subject to approval by IR coordinator.

At most two courses counted for the minor may be double-counted toward major and Linfield Curriculum requirements.