Conflict, Peace, & Diplomacy
Concentration Requirement

enlarged photo of study abroad students practicing martial arts in ChinaConflict, Peace, and Diplomacy is a functional concentration that meets the concentration requirement for the ITS major.

Take mandatory course:

POL 271 - World Politics (3 hours, cannot double with core requirements)

Take remaining 3 courses from Groups A and B in the tables below, with no more than 1 course from Group B. You may take all 12 hours from group A. Distribute coursework among at least 2 different disciplines.


Group A Courses for Conflict, Peace, and Diplomacy Concentration
Course Title Hours
ATH 432 Secrecy, Sovereignty, & Power 3
ECO 441 International Trade and Commercial Policy 3
GIC 301

Approaches to Global and Intercultural Studies:
Globalization and Belonging

3
HST 222

U.S. Foreign Relations Since 1898 *

3
POL 221 Modern World Governments 3
POL 346 Global Gender Politics 3
POL 373 American Foreign Policy *
3
POL 374 Foreign Policy Analysis 3
POL 376 U.S. National Security Policy 3
POL 381 Global Governance 3
POL 382 International Law 3
POL 387 Comparative Security Issues 3
POL 471 The International System 3
POL 489 Conflict Management in a Divided World 3

* HST 222 and POL 373 may not both count.

Group B Courses for Conflict, Peace, and Diplomacy Concentration
Course Title Hours
ECO 341 Economic History of Modern Europe 3
HST 275 20th Century European Diplomacy 3
HST 301 Age of Revolutions, Europe 1750-1850 3
HST 318 British Empire 3
HST 332 Age of Dictators: Europe 1914-1945 3
HST 333 Reconstruction of Europe Since 1945 3
POL 339 Nationalism, Islam and Democracy in Arab Politics 3
POL 375 International Relations of East Asia 3
POL 378 Latin America: The Region and the World 3
POL 438 Africa in the Global Economy 3
REL 376 Global Militant Islamisms 3

Note: Some courses may have prerequisites or may be offered infrequently.