A minor in international relations is a perfect complement for studies in, interdisciplinary studies in the humanities, communication or pre-law. Students learn about the relationships between the different areas of the world and explore concepts of foreign policy, global interdependence, and international conflict.

Required Course

  • PO 230 Introduction to International Relations

Elective Courses

Five electives from the politics and global studies field of study in interdisciplinary studies in the humanities.

  • Any PO course
  • Any SO course
  • Any SP course
  • AH 201 Introduction to Art History
  • DA 319 Styles of Dance in World Cultures
  • EN 211 Writing about Texts
  • EN 222 King Arthur and the Chivalric Tradition
  • EN 224 Classical Mythology and the Classical World
  • EN 231 Writing in Place: Travel Writing and Journey Memoirs
  • EN 304 (TH 304) Study Abroad: Topics in Literature and Theatre
  • EN 309 Studies in Postcolonialism
  • EN 325 (SP 325) Latino/a Writers in the United States
  • EN 330 History of the English Language
  • EN 335 Contemporary Women Writers: 20th Century to Present
  • EN 338 Modernisms
  • EN 348 (HI 348) American Narratives and Identity
  • HI 107 The Ancient World: From Birth to Rebirth
  • HI 108 Europe and the World after 1500
  • HI 111 Latin American History: From Pre-Colombian Civilizations to the Independence Wars
  • HI 112 Modern Latin America: From the Independence Wars through the Present
  • HI 200 Ethnohistory: An Introduction
  • HI 340 Landscape and Memory: The Commoditization of History
  • HI 350 History of Mediterranean Culture
  • HI 355 Mediterranean Conflict and Continuity
  • ID 214 Environmental Studies: People, Planet, and Prosperity
  • ID 219B Co-Curricular Learning: Food and Culture
  • ID 220/SP 320 Environmental Justice in World Literature
  • SP 320 (ID 220) Environmental Justice in World Literature
  • ID 222 Exploring the Human Spirit
  • ID 238 Myth, Folklore, and Oral Tradition
  • ID 344 Museum Studies Practicum
  • ID 345 Museum Studies Practicum
  • MS 201 Introduction to Museum Studies I
  • MS 202 Museum Studies II: Introduction to Museum Management
  • MU 218 Global Music
  • RS 206 Comparative Religion
  • RS 208 Stories of Belief
  • SP 314 Latin American Cinema in the Global Context
  • SP 320 (ID 220) Environmental Justice in World Literature
  • TH 216 World Theatre in its Context