B.A. INTERNATIONAL STUDIES: INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

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Aug 25, 2014 ... 10 Credits. INST 301 Survey of International Studies. 3 ... Taken from the list of electives on Page 2 of this Degree Guide. Math or ScienceĀ ...
Degree Guide for the College of Arts and Sciences: 2014-2015

B.A. INTERNATIONAL STUDIES: INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS Arts & Sciences Core Requirements:

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NOTE: Of the 128 credits required for graduation, students must earn at least 104 within Arts and Sciences departments.

Thought and Expression

ENGL 101 English Composition PHIL 101 Critical Thinking COMM 100 Introduction to Speech Communication

Religious Studies

RELI RELI RELI

100 Level 200 Level 300 Level

Philosophy

PHIL PHIL PHIL

201 Human Nature 301 Ethics 400 Level

English

ENGL ENGL

102, 105 or 106 201-285 or CLAS 220 (but not ENGL 250)

History (choice of 2*)

HIST HIST

Credits Grade

3 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

*HIST 101 and either HIST 102 or HIST 112. HIST 201 or HIST 202 may be substituted for one 100-level course. Courses can be taken in any order.

Math/Lab Science/Elective

Math 100 Level or above* Science Lecture and Lab** Math or Science Elective***

3 4 3

B.A. -- INTERNATIONAL STUDIES: INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS MAJOR LOWER DIVISION

44 CREDITS

up to 16 Credits

Students must achieve language competency by satisfactorily completing courses in a modern language at Gonzaga through the 202 Level or equivalent. Course

Course Title

Credits Grade

101 102 201 202

4 4 4 4

MAJOR UPPER DIVISION

28 Credits

Upper Division Language

6 Credits

Course

Credits Grade

Majors are required to complete at least six (6) credits at the 300 Level or higher in their chosen language. Students who participate in a Study Abroad Program of at least one semester may, with permission, substitute equivalent language, literature, or culture courses taken as part of the Study Abroad Program for this requirement. Course Title

3 3

Upper Division Core Courses

10 Credits

International Interactions Electives

9 Credits

Course

Credits Grade

INST 301 Survey of International Studies INST 410 Perspectives on Global Issues INST 499 Senior Project

3 3 1

Taken from the list of electives on Page 2 of this Degree Guide. Course Title

3 3 3

*MATH 203 does not satisfy this requirement. **BIOL, CHEM or PHYS course with lab. ***Elective in MATH, CPSC, BIOL, CHEM, PHYS or ITEC.

Social Science (choice of 2*)

3 3

*2 courses from CRIM 101, WGST 202 or any ECON, SOCI, POLS, or PSYC

Special Designated courses in Fine Arts, Foreign Language/Culture and Social Justice. For list of approved courses, go to: http:www.gonzaga.edu/Academics/Colleges-and-Schools/ College-of-Arts-and-Sciences and click on the left-hand link.

Fine Arts Course: Foreign Language/Culture Course: Social Justice Course:

TOTAL A&S CORE CREDITS: Updated

08/25/14

International Differences Electives

6 Credits

Course

Credits Grade

An additional six (6) credits not used for any other INST requirement, taken from the list of electives on Page 2 of this Degree Guide. Each of the courses must focus on a different region of the world, or be comparative courses examining two or more cultures, states, or regions. Course Title

3 3

Credits Grade

3 3

Appropriate area studies courses taken abroad may also accepted at the discretion of the INST Director, provided that a grade of 'B' or above is attained.

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Degree Guide for the College of Arts and Sciences: 2014-2015

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International Interactions Electives

9 Credits

(Enter selected courses taken to satisfy this requirement on Page 1 of this Degree Guide)

INST 302 Topics in International Studies** INST 342 International Relations INST 343 Global Economic Issues INST 344 International Organizations INST 345 International Law INST 347 International Treaties INST 350 International Ethics INST 356 The U.S. in the World INST 366 Arab-Israeli Conflict INST 371 History of the Modern Middle East INST 372 Colonial Latin America INST 373 Modern East Asian Civilization INST 376 Russia and USSR Since 1945 INST 379 Italy & Europe After WWII INST 385 Latin American Politics INST 387 Europe 1918-1939 INST 389 Politics of the Pacific Rim INST 390 African Politics and Development INST 394 Modern Latin America INST 399 Area Studies Abroad** INST 480 Topics in International Studies** COMM 418 Intercultural & International Communication HIST 325 World War I HIST 327 Europe-US Relations After WWII HIST 330 The Holocaust HIST 331 World War II HIST 335 Eastern Europe since 1863 HIST 340 The Cold War POLS 319 American Foreign Policy POLS 375 Global Environmental Policies **if the topic relates to International Interactions

International Differences Electives

6 Credits

(Enter selected courses taken to satisfy this requirement on Page 1 of this Degree Guide)

An additional six (6) credits not used for any other INST requirement, taken from the list of electives on Page 2 of this Degree Guide. Each of the courses must focus on a different region of the world, or be comparative courses examining two or more cultures, states, or regions.

INST 302 Topics in International Studies** INST 310 Third World Development INST 315 Latin American Society INST 325 Post Soviet Russia and China INST 326 Global Gender Regimes INST 330 Religions of Asia INST 341 Contemporary Issues of the Hispanic World INST 346 Parliamentary Government INST 355 The Politics of Eurasia INST 367 Comparative Middle East Politics INST 368 Islamic Civilization INST 369 Revolutions in Modern Latin America INST 386 Europe in the 19th Century INST 392 Tyranny to Democracy in the 21st Century INST 393 New Europe INST 395 Comparative European Politics INST 399 Area Studies Abroad** INST 480 Topics in International Studies** POLS 370 Modern Democracies POLS 374 Democracy in the Middle East **if the topic relates to International Differences and Comparisons

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