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Undergraduate - International Affairs Requirements Sheet

REQUIREMENTS FOR INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS IN HISTORY

I.    CORE REQUIREMENTS (Must be passed with a grade of “C” or better)  -   36 Credit Hours

Anthropology (6 credit hours)
ANT 102 – Intro to Anthropology: Diversity of Cultures
And one (l) of the following:
ANT 120 – Religions of the World
ANT 245 – Sex & Gender in Cross-Cultural Perspective
ANT 249 – Religion and Violence
ANT 250 – Conservation Anthropology
ANT 256 – Ethnic Conflict
ANT 421 – Inca Society and Peasants of the Andes
ANT 441 – People and Cultures of the Pacific Islands
ANT 454 – Cultures and Societies of the Middle East
ANT 458 – Anthropology of War
ANT 461 – Islamic Fundamentalism ANT 464 – Ecological Anthropology
ANT 465 – Political Anthropology
ANT 466 – Economic Anthropology
ANT 467 – Peasant Studies
ANT 470 – Religion and Politics
ANT 481 – Language, Culture & Society
GEO 100 – World Geography
GEO 201 – Intro to Human Geography
GEO 275 – Geography of Globalization
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Canadian Studies (6 credits)
CAN 101 – Introduction to Canadian Studies
And one (l) of the following:
ANT 173 – Archaeology of American Colonization
ANT 372 – North American Prehistory
ANT 422 – Folklore of Maine and the Maritimes
ANT 474 – Artifacts of Colonial America
ARH 268 – Canadian Art
CAN 401 – Readings in Canadian Studies
ECO 340 – The Canadian Economy
ECO 343 – North American Economic Integration
ENG 236 – Canadian Literature
ENG 436 – Topics in Canadian Literature
ERS 110 – Coastal Geology of New England/Canada
FRE 350 – Multicultural Readings in French FRE 397 – French May Term
FRE 442 – French Language of North America
FRE 463 – Quebec Poetry
FRE 464 – Quebec Theatre
FRE 465 – North American French Novel
GEO 349 – Early Modern North America
HTY 459 – Colonial Canada
HTY 460 – Modern Canada
POS 243 – Canadian Government and Politics
POS 344 – Public Policy in Canada
POS 372 – Canadian Foreign Policy
POS 496 – International Affairs Internship                    ————————————————————————————————————————————–
History (6 credit hours)
HTY 241 – History of Globalization, 1900-Present
And one (1) of the following:
HTY 106 – European Civilization II
HTY 107 – East Asian Civilization I
HTY 108 – South /Southeast Asian Civilization
HTY110 – Introduction to Modern Latin America
HTY 112 – Introduction  to Africa
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Modern Languages (6 credit hours)
Any two 300- and/or 400-level courses meet the core requirement.  MLC courses taught in English do not qualify.
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Political Science (6 credit hours)
POS 120 – Introduction to World Politics
And one (l) of the following:
INA 201 – Topics in International Affairs
POS 241 – Intro to Comparative Politics
POS 243 – Canadian Government & Politics
POS 273 – International Relations
POS 335 – Major Governments of Western Europe POS 336 – Governments & Politics in Russia
POS 337 – Government and Politics in Eurasia
POS 374 – American Foreign Policy
POS 467 – African Politics
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Women’s Studies (6 credit hours)
WST 101 – Introduction to Women’s Studies
And one (l) of the following:
WST 340 – Women and Globalization
WST 371 – Immigration, Women and Society
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II.   CONCENTRATION REQUIREMENTS – In addition to the International Affairs core requirements, students must complete 21 credit hours selected from the History courses listed below. Students must take a minimum of 15 hours at the 400-level, including HTY 498 Senior Seminar. These courses may not have been presented to fulfill the core requirements listed above and on the reverse.

HTY 105 – History of European Civilization I
HTY 106 – History of European Civilization II
HTY 107 – East Asian Civilization I
HTY 108 – South/Southeast Asian Civilization
HTY 109 – Introduction to Latin America
HTY 110 – Introduction to Modern Latin America
HTY 112 – Introduction to Africa
HTY 398 – Historical Issues (subject to topic)
HTY 407 – The Age of Revolution, 1789-1860
HTY 408 – 19th Century Europe, 1815-1914
HTY 409 – Twentieth Century Europe I
HTY 410 – Twentieth Century Europe II
HTY 412 – European Imperialism, 1870-1914
HTY 424 – History of Russia
HTY 426 – History of Modern Germany
HTY 429 – History of Modern Italy
HTY 432 – History of Modern Ideas
HTY 436 – History of China
HTY 437 – History of Modern Japan
HTY 442 – The U.S. and Vietnam: A History
HTY 449 – History of South Africa
HTY 450 – Rise and Fall of the British Empire
HTY 454 – History of Ireland II
HTY 456 – History of England II
HTY 460 – Modern Canada
HTY 473 – History of U.S. Foreign Relations I
HTY 474 – History of U.S. Foreign Relations II
HTY 498 – Senior Seminar/Capstone (Required)
HTY 499 – Contemporary Problems (subject to topic)
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