Pre-Approved Courses

International Studies Core Courses

(Current as of Spring 2013 semester)

A/S 105: Introduction to Anthropology (Chase/Watkins)

A/S 238: South Asian Identities (Chase)

A/S 289: Social Movements and Revolutions (Schiffman)

A/S 289: Human Rights and Anthropology of Law (Watkins)

A/S 365: Archeology of Empire/Archeology of Colonialism (Chase)

BIO 240: Conservation Biology (Lyons-Sobaski)

COMM 313:  Intercultural Communication (Erlandsen/Qian)

E/M 362: International Management (Baker)

E/M 365: International Finance (Li)

E/M 366: International Trade (Li)

FREN 314:  Multicultural France (Guenin-Lelle)

GER 314:  Multiculturalism in Germany (Myers)

GEOL 111: Geography and GIS (McRivette)

HIST 142: Modern Latin American History (Kanter)

HIST 270: Going North (Kanter)

HIST 300: Slave Societies of the Americas (Kanter)

HIST 309: Pax Britannica [British Empire] (Hagerman)

HIST 385: British India (Hagerman)

HIST 402: Latin-American-U.S. Relations (Kanter)

HSP 151: Great Issues in Social Science: U.S. Foreign Policy Since 1945 (Yoshii)

INTN/HIST 260: An International History of the Cold War (Yoshii)

INTN 264/HIST 264: An International History of Japan (Yoshii)

INTN 300: Power and Culture in the Asia-Pacific (Yoshii)

INTN 389/GER 389: Twentieth Century Global Transformations through German Film (Myers)

MLAC 105: Intercultural Understanding (Myers)

PHIL 309: International Ethics and Global Development (Madhoc)

PLSC 206: Transitions to Democracy (Booth-Walling)

PLSC 289: International Organizations (Booth-Walling)

PLSC 289: Transnational Justice (Booth-Walling)

PLSC 289: Contemporary East Asian Politics (Dabney)

PLSC 336:  Pro-Seminar in International Relations (Grossman)

PLSC 356:  Human Rights in the Modern World (Rose/Booth-Walling)

WGS106:  Intro to Women’s Studies (Franzen)