INTERNATIONAL STUDIES COURSES

International Studies Requirement (3 cu’s)

International Studies courses provide the social science foundation to enable students to do meaningful comparative work. The following are examples of courses that may be taken to fulfill the Huntsman Program’s International Studies Requirement. Students may be granted credit for other classes not found on this list at the discretion of the Huntsman Advisors.

DepartmentCourse NumberCourse TitleAvailable in Fall 2022 (*)
Africana StudiesAFRC 0400Colonial Latin America (HIST 0400, LALS 0400)*
Africana StudiesAFRC 0350Africa since 1800 (HIST 0350)*
Africana StudiesAFRC 190Introduction to Africa
Africana StudiesAFRC 234Unofficial History of Colonial Caribbean
Africana StudiesAFRC 268Contemporary Issues in African Society (SOCI 268)
Africana StudiesAFRC 1350Faces of Jihad in African Islam (HIST 1350)*
Africana StudiesAFRC 372Africa and the Middle East (HIST 412)
Africana StudiesAFRC 4200Advanced Topics in Africana Studies
AnthropologyANTH 0020Anthropology, Race, and the Making of the Modern World*
AnthropologyANTH 0120Globalization and Its Historical Significance (SOCI 2910)*
AnthropologyANTH 169Worlds of the Indian Ocean
AnthropologyANTH 190Introduction to Africa
AnthropologyANTH 2340Pharmaceuticals and Global Health*
AnthropologyANTH 394NGOs and Humanitarianism
Asian American StudiesASAM 239Migrations and the Middle East (NELC 239, SAST 269)
Benjamin Franklin SeminarsHIST 3350Religion and Colonial Rule in Africa (AFRC 3350)*
Comparative LiteratureCOML 220Russia and the West
CommunicationsCOMM 2340Global Communication: Technology and Development*
East Asian Languages & CivilizationsEALC 081Premodern Korea (HIST 120)
East Asian Languages & CivilizationsEALC 340International Relations in Ancient East Asia
EconomicsECON 0420Political Economy
Earth Science: Environmental ScienceEESC 2300Global Climate Change*
Gender, Sexuality & Women’s StudiesGSWS 2405Global Feminisms (ENGL 2405)*
Gender, Sexuality & Women’s StudiesGSWS 411Political Economy of Gender (PSCI 411)
HistoryHIST 0200Emergence of Modern Europe
HistoryHIST 0400Colonial Latin America (AFRC 0400, LALS 0400)*
HistoryHIST 0350Africa since 1800 (AFRC 0350)*
HistoryHIST 0360History of Middle East since 1800 (NELC 0650)*
HistoryHIST 086East/West: Modern World History
HistoryHIST 120Premodern Korea (EALC 081)
HistoryHIST 123Economic History of Europe I
HistoryHIST 174Capitalism, Socialism, and Crisis in the 20th Century Americas
HistoryHIST 179Rise and Fall of the Spanish Empire
HistoryHIST 202Cold War and its Legacies (majors only)
HistoryHIST 206History of Trade (majors only)
HistoryHIST 215Private Life in China
HistoryHIST 3350Religion and Colonial Rule in Africa (AFRC 3350)*
HistoryHIST 1350Faces of Jihad in African Islam (AFRC 1350)*
HistoryHIST 1190American Diplomatic History since 1776
HistoryHIST 1790China and USSR Compared
HistoryHIST 2708War and the Arts*
HistoryHIST 1270World War I
HistoryHIST 430Third Reich
Latin American and Latino StudiesLALS 1120Latin American Politics (PSCI 1120)*
Latin American and Latino StudiesLALS 233Latin American Topics
Latin American and Latino StudiesLALS 388Mexican Cinema (SPAN 388)
Latin American and Latino StudiesLALS 590Anti-Imperialist Thought
Near Eastern Languages & CivilizationsNELC 031History of Middle East thru 1800 (HIST 081)
Near Eastern Languages & CivilizationsNELC 0600Mideast thru Many Lenses (Freshman Seminar)*
Near Eastern Languages & CivilizationsNELC 189Worlds of Indian Ocean (ANTH 169, SAST 169)
Near Eastern Languages & CivilizationsNELCMigration and Middle East (ASAM 239, NELC 539, SAST 269)
Near Eastern Languages & CivilizationsNELC 334Africa and the Middle East (HIST 371)
Politics, Philosophy, & EconomicsPPE 062Soviet and Post-Soviet Economics (RUSS 189)
Politics, Philosophy, & EconomicsPPE 232Political Economy (ECON 232)
Political SciencePSCI 0100Introduction to Comparative Politics
Political SciencePSCI 0101Comparative Politics of Developing Areas
Political SciencePSCI 1404American Foreign Policy
Political SciencePSCI 1208The Politics of Food and Agriculture
Political SciencePSCI 0400Introduction to International Relations*
Political SciencePSCI 1401International Security
Political SciencePSCI 1402International Political Economy*
Political SciencePSCI 210Contemporary African Politics
Political SciencePSCI 0401Russia and Eastern Europe in International Affairs*
Political SciencePSCI 1120Latin American Politics (LALS 1120)*
Political SciencePSCI 217Russian Politics
Political SciencePSCI 218Politics of Post War Western Europe
Political SciencePSCI 1150Contemporary Chinese Politics
Political SciencePSCI 1102Political Economy of Development
Political SciencePSCI 1408War, Strategy and Politics
Political SciencePSCI 1140Politics in the Contemporary Middle East*
Political SciencePSCI 4450Chinese Foreign Policy*
Political SciencePSCI 1406International Human Rights
Political SciencePSCI 259Russian Foreign Policy
Political SciencePSCI 267International Affairs: Russia and Eastern Europe
Political SciencePSCI 298Anarchism
Political SciencePSCI 314Transitions to Democracy
Political SciencePSCI 3401International Law*
Political SciencePSCI 4100Power Sharing in Deeply Divided Places (BFS)*
Political SciencePSCI 4991Selected Topics in Political Science
Political SciencePSCI 411Political Economy of Gender (GSWS 411)
Political SciencePSCI 1120Latin American Politics (LALS 1120)*
Political SciencePSCI 498European Union
Russian and East European StudiesREES 0010Central and Eastern Europe: Cultures, Histories, Societies*
Religious StudiesRELS 5860History of Islam in Asia (SAST 5860)
Science, Technology, and SocietySTSC 145Comparative Medicine
Science, Technology, and SocietySTSC 1120Science, Technology and War (HSOC 212)*
SociologySOCI 1120Law & Society (AFRC 1123)*
SociologySOCI 2910Globalization and Its Historical Significance (ANTH 0120)*

** To request approval, students must speak to a Huntsman advisor, as course content changes.

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