FALL 2016 INST CONCENTRATION ELECTIVE COURSES

Globalization & Sustainability:

ECON 222 – Environmental Economics (2 sections)
ERSC 142 – Earth's Changing Climate (2 sections)
ENST 151/HIST 151 – History of the Environment
ENST 355  – Analysis and Management of the Aquatic Environment
INBM 240 – Marketing in a Global Context (3 sections)
INST 290 – Health Policy Challenges in Developing Countries
INST 290/ECON 314 – Gender and Development
INST 290/ENST 311 – The Environment, Conflict and Peace
RELG 311 – Buddhism and the Environment
SOCI 230/WGSS 202– Political Economy of Gender

Security Studies: (Concentration and Certificate)

Required Course

POSC 281 – American National Security Policy (offered Fall 2016 only)

Elective Courses

EASN 205 – War and Peace: Korean War in Transnational Context
HIST 254 – Revolution, War, and Daily Life in Modern Russia
HIST 311– Violence and Colonialism
HIST 333 – The First World War
HIST 404/MEST 490 – U.S.-Middle East Relations
INST 271/POSC 271 – Ethics and International Security
INST 277/MEST 266/POSC 277 – International Politics of the Middle East
INST 290 – Health Policy Challenges in Developing Countries
INST 290/ENST 311 – The Environment, Conflict and Peace
INST 290/INBM 300 – Leadership in Four Directions
INST 290/POSC 290 – European Security
INST 290/POSC 290 – International Terrorism
RELG 228/SOCI 230 – Religion: Conflict, Violence and Peacemaking
WGSS 202 – Gender and Sexuality in Modern South Asia

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