International Affairs Minor
Study the key questions, ideas, and institutions that animate contemporary relations among peoples and states.
The International Affairs minor provides students with an interdisciplinary introduction to the key questions, ideas, and institutions that animate contemporary relations among peoples and states.
- Western Civilization II; American Political Thought and Practice II; three of the following, including at least one POL and one ECO/BUS course: International Politics, Comparative Government, American Foreign Policy, Economic Development, International Economics, International Business, a POL, HIS, BUS, or ECO course with a modern international focus approved by the Program Chair; one additional course from the list above (provided that a student may take no more than two electives in POL or BUS/ECO) or: Comparative Religion, Islam, a PHL, HIS, or REL course with a modern international focus approved by the Program Chair. Students must also: Transfer to The King’s College for credit at least one course the goal of which is to develop beginning ability in a modern foreign language, or provide other certified evidence of commensurate competency from another higher education institution, either option subject to approval by the Program Chair; or complete an approved, internationally-focused academic experience through The King’s College or provide certified evidence from another higher education institution of a similar experience subject to approval by the Program Chair.
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