Fall 2021
International Studies Elective Courses

Global Security Concentration Courses
ENGL 101/WGSS 101: Women Write War
INST 271/POSC 271: Ethics & International Security
INST 290/ECON 214: Economic Growth & Global Macroeconomic Development
INST 290/POSC 290: Civil Wars & Political Violence
INST 290/POSC 290: Global Security
POSC 390/EASN 306: Controversies in Chinese-American Relations

World Economy & Development Concentration Courses
INBM 230: International Organizational Behavior
INBM 240: Marketing in a Global Context
INST 290/ECON 214: Economic Growth & Global Macroeconomic Development
SOCI 237: Global Inequality

Sustainability & the Global Environment Concentration Courses
ECON 222: Environmental Economics
ENST 303: Politics of Climate Change
ERSC 202: Energy Resources
HIST 151: History of Environment

Note: IS majors with a country or region concentration should consult Banner and their advisor for courses that count toward their concentration.

To see a previous semester's IS electives in the concentrations of "Globalization and Sustainability" and "Security Studies", please click on the appropriate link below: