The concentration in Global Policy Studies provides students with the interdisciplinary content knowledge and analytical and problem-solving skills needed for a successful career in the international political and social arenas. It offers students an understanding of the policy challenges and opportunities in the areas of international politics and cooperation, the United Nations, development, the environment, and demography and social issues.
Students must select four (4) courses, for a total of 12 points, from the following list:
|EMPA U6017||International Trade and Development||3|
|EMPA U6230||Political Economy Seminar||3|
|EMPA U6233||International Political Economy||3|
|EMPA U6650||Cities in a Globalizing World||3|
|EMPA U8500||Issues in Contemporary Security Policy||3|
|INAF S6800D||International Relations: Theory & Concepts||3|
|INAF S6572Q||Comparative Foreign Policy||3|
|INAF S6569Q||The UN and Development||3|
|INAF S6552Q||United Nations & Human Rights||3|
|PUAF U6228||Comparative Social Welfare Policy||3|
|SUMA K4175||Global Environmental Markets||3|
|Other||Requires Concentration Director Approval|
Matriculated students in this program can view their degree audit report on Stellic.
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