2018-2019 Undergraduate Academic Catalog

CPOLS 3131 Perspectives on International Relations

This course focuses on both the theory and practice of international relations, using a multidisciplinary approach including international law and organization (with particular focus on the United Nations), international politics, social psychology, history, ethics, and international economics. Special attention will be given to current global issues including human rights and the environment, and to the shape and content of international relations in the twenty-first century.

Credits

3

Prerequisite

CGLST 1200 or CPOLS 1101 or CECON 1101. Additional prerequisite for Global Studies majors: CGLST 2200 or permission of instructor. Fulfills Global Perspectives requirement

Offered

Fall