International Affairs Program

Course Credits: 3


Semester(s) Offered

Special Topics noted below

  • Fall 2021 - In person
    • Borders and Conflict
    • Global Security
    • Migration and Refugees
  • Fall 2020
    • Conflict/Culture in South Asia
  • Fall 2019
    • Asia Related: China in the Global Economy;  Conflict/Culture in South Asia
    • Possibly Asia-Related: Global Political Ecology, Migration and Refugees
  • Spring 2019
  • Fall 2018
    • Asia Related: Conflict/Culture in South Asia, Global Security
    • Possibly Asia-Related: Global Political Ecology
  • Summer 2018
  • Spring 2018
    • Asia Related: Conflict/Culture in South Asia, Global Security
    • Possibly Asia-Related: Global Political Ecology
    • Not Asia-Related: Globalization and Africa
  • Fall 2017
    • Asia Related: Global Security
    • Possibly Asia-Related: Global Political Ecology
    • Not Asia-Related: Globalization and Africa
  • Spring 2017
    • Asia-Related: US Foreign Relations, International Human Rights
    • Not Asia-Related: Global Environment & National Security
  • Fall 2016
    • Asia-Related: China in the Global Economy; Global Security;  Drought Conflict and Climate
    • Possibly Asia-Related: Globalization and Africa
  • Summer 2016
    • Possibly Asia-Related: Global Security
  • Spring 2016
    • Asia-Related: Conflict/Culture in South Asia; Global Security
    • Possibly Asia-Related: Sports in the Global Arena; Global Environment & National Security; Globalization and Africa
  • Fall 2015
    • Asia-Related: South Asia/Conflict/Resolution; China in the Global Economy; Understanding 9/11; Global Security
  • Summer 2015
  • Spring 2015
  • Fall 2014
  • Summer 2014
  • Spring 2014
  • Fall 2013
  • Summer 2013
  • Spring 2013

Catalog Description

Capstone course for international affairs majors. Examines the ways in which the end of the Cold War, the collapse of failed states, and the rise of global terrorism changed the world. Studies how peoples, governments and nongovernmental organizations face new social, political, economic and security challenges in an era of globalization. Includes discussion, oral reports, critical book reviews, and research papers. Requisites: Restricted to students with 87-180 credits (Senior) International Affairs (IAFS) majors only.


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