the International humanitarian affairs minor Select ONE of the following
As a prerequisite to the Foreign Service Program students must complete one of the designated courses from the following academic departments: Anthropology, Communications, History, Social Work, Political Science, and Sociology. All selected courses contribute to the understanding of global governance, politics and cooperation. Students will gain a greater understanding of the dynamics of international political and social structures and the benefits and challenges of international cooperation. The completion of one of these courses also serves to help students develop a level of cultural sensitivity prior to immersion in the Foreign Service Program abroad.
ANTH 3373 - Environment and Human Survival ANTH 3725 - Culture and Cultural Change COMM 3106 - International Communication COMM 3110 - Peace, Justice, and the Media HIST 3981 - Modern Middle East HIST 4606 - Seminar: History of Food HIST 4990 - Seminar: History of Climate SOWK 6319 - Social Justice: Practice with Organizations and Communities POSC 2410 - Islamic Political Thought POSC 2506 - Global Governance POSC 2510 - United Nations POSC 3109 - Political Economy of Poverty POSC 3300 - Theories of Law and Human Rights
POSC 3508 - Politics of Humanitarianism in Africa POSC 3501 - Third World Politics POSC 3507 - International Human Rights POSC 3610 - Political Economy of Development POSC 4454 - Seminar: Global Justice POSC 4805 - International Politics of Peace SOCI 220 - Sociology of Culture SOCI 3043 - Global Inequalities SOCI 3046 - International Sociology SOCI 3410 - Migration and Globalization SOCI 3714 - Terrorism and Society SOCI 4394 - UN, Women, and Youth