The minor in International Affairs consists of five courses. Both INTL 3200 “Introduction to International Relations” and INTL 3300 “Introduction of Comparative Politics” are required and lay a foundation for theoretical understanding of the two major subfields in international affairs. Afterwards, students take deep dives into the subfields with one 4000-level course from topics in international relations and one 4000-level course from topics in comparative politics. The fifth course may be any course in international affairs taught at the 4000-level, including INTL courses offered on study abroad, research-intensive courses, and graded internship courses.
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