POL 5900 - International Relations

Overview

Description
Exploration of concepts and issues in international relations with an emphasis on state power, sovereignty, nationalism, colonialism, and the role of international law and organizations in the maintenance of order and security. Course includes analysis of globalization, the world economy, transnational actors, human rights, and the environment. Successful completion of this course satisfies one Civic Engagement interaction.
Typically Offered
Fall, Spring
Academic Career
Undergraduate
Requirement Designation
Flexible Core - World Cultures & Global Issues
Course Attributes
ELO - CVEG (Civic Engagement), MEPS - ME_PLSC_4 (Global Issue or Intl Relation)

Credits

Minimum Units
3
Maximum Units
3
Academic Progress Units
3
Repeat For Credit
No

Components

Name
Lecture
Hours
3

Requisites

None

Course Schedule

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