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International Relations Course Distribution Sheet

On this page is the current credit distribution sheet for the 2015-2016 academic year.

Our distribution sheets list all of the requirements for each catalog year, please visit the Undergraduate Catalog for that information.

Download a PDF copy of the credit distribution sheet for the International Relations Concentration curriculum.

Political Science (37 Hours)

  • POLS 101 Introduction to Political Science (3 hours)
  • POLS 110 American National Government OR POLS 210 American Politics and Policy(3 hours)
  • POLS 220 World Politics(3 hours)
  • POLS 360 International Politics (3 hours)
  • POLS 366 United States Foreign Policy (3 hours)

15 credit hours of POLS at 300 or 400 level and an additional 9 hours at a 400 level, all courses must be approved by advisor.

English (12 Hours)

  • ENGL 101  Introduction to Academic Writing(3 hours)
  • ENGL 102 Writing and Research About Culture (3 hours)
  • ENGL 321 Survey of World Literature I OR ENGL 322 Survey of World Literature II (3 hours)

History (6 Hours)

  • HIST 221 The United States to 1877 (3 hours)
  • HIST 222 The United States Since 1877 (3 hours)

Modern Language (10 Hours)

  • MODL 101 (4 hours)
  • MODL 102 (3 hours)
  • MODL 201 (3 hours)

Math/Statistics (6 Hours)

  • MATH 102 Quantitative Reasoning OR (MATH 103 AND MATH 104) OR MATH 105 College Algebra (3 hours)
  • STAT 214 Elementary Statistics (3 hours)

Science (9 Hours)

6 credit hours of SCI electives are to be chosen from both biological (BIOL) and physical (CHEM, GEOL, or PHYS) sciences, two courses of which must be from the same science.

Communication (3 Hours)

  • CMCN 202 Argumentation and Structured Decision-Making OR CMCN 302 Competitive Forensics OR CMCN 304 Group Process and Problem-solving OR CMCN 310 Public Speaking

Arts (3 Hours)

3 credit hours of Art, must be chosen from advisor-approved list.

Behavioral Science (6 Hours)

  • SOCI 3/400 (3 hours)
  • ECON 201 Principles of Macroeconomics OR ECON 202 Principles of Microeconomics OR ECON 300 Fundamentals of Economics (3 hours)

Students cannot earn credit for both ECON 201 and ECON 300

Minor (18 Hours)

  • 18 credit hours in your minor.
  • 6 credit hours of the 18 credit hours must be at the 3/4xx level.
  • No more than one course grade of D in the minor.

Electives (10 Hours)

  • UNIV 100 (3 hours)
  • PHIL 3/400 (3 hours)

4 credit hours additional credit hours