SPRING 2016 INST CONCENTRATION ELECTIVE COURSES

Globalization & Sustainability:

ANTH 214 – Ecological Anthropology
ANTH 260/ARCH 260/ENST 311 – Environmental Archeology
ECON 222 – Environmental Economics
ECON 332 – Economics of Natural Resources
ERSC 202 – Energy Resources
ENST 311/SOCI 230 – Environment and Society
INBM 240 – Marketing in a Global Context (3 sections)
INST 290/INBM 300 – Collaboration as a Vehicle for Creating Value
INST 290/ECON 214 – Population Issues in Developing Countries
SOCI 230/LALC 200 – Global Urban Poverty

Security Studies (Concentration and Certificate):

AMST 101 – War Narratives
INST 290/POSC 290 – Intelligence and National Security Policy
INST 290/POSC 290/MEST 290/RUSS 260 – Politics of Oil, Arms, Peace
  & War: U.S./Russia/Middle East Relations in the 20th & 21st Century
INST 290/ECON 214 – Population Issues in Developing Countries
INST 290/INBM 300 – Collaboration as a Vehicle for Creating Value
MEST 233 – U.S. Public Diplomacy in the Arab World
SOCI 230 – Conflict Analysis and Resolution
SOCI 230/LALC 200 – Global Urban Poverty

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