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Academic Foundations 003
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Global Politics 487
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  Newark Undergraduate Catalog 2018-2020 School of Arts and Sciences-Newark Academic Programs and Courses Global Politics 487 Minor Requirements  

Minor Requirements

Requirements (18 credits)

Two core courses (6 credits)

21:790:202  America and the World and
21:790:321  World Politics or  21:790:317  International Political Economy

Four courses (12 credits) from the following list or from those offered under the global politics concentration:

21:790:301  Government/Politics of Western Europe
21:790:302  Politics of the European Union
21:790:311  Government/Politics of Latin America
21:790:316  Government/Politics of the Far East
21:790:318  Government/Politics of Africa
21:790:330  Government/Politics of Eastern Europe
21:790:333  Government/Politics of the Middle East
21:790:337  Government/Politics of Southeast Asia
21:790:345  International Relations of Latin America
21:790:368  Citizenship and Democracy in a Global Era
21:790:379  Government/Politics of Russia and the Former USSR
21:790:387  International Law
21:790:390  Politics of Global Development
21:790:399  Individual Study of Government
21:790:417  Problems in International Relations: Gender and Global Politics
21:790:460  Topics in Political Science: Gender, Peace, and the Environment

Political science majors who pursue a minor in global politics may only count core courses to both the major and minor. For information on the minor in global politics, contact the political science department chair.
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