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  Newark Undergraduate Catalog 2020-2022 School of Arts and Sciences-Newark Academic Programs and Courses Global Politics 487 Learning Goals and Minor Requirements  

Learning Goals and Minor Requirements

Learning Goals

Through successful completion of the minor in global politics, students will be able to:
  • evaluate major theoretical concepts and demonstrate specific knowledge of global issues, processes, trends, and/or policies;
  • demonstrate the skills necessary to make critical, informed analyses about global issues, processes, trends, and policies;
  • apply an interdisciplinary methodology to provide new insight into a global issue, process, trend, or policy; and
  • use diverse cultural frames of reference to appreciate cultural differences and tolerate cultural ambiguity.
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  Eastern European Government and Politics
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
21:790:379  Government/Politics of Russia and the Former USSR
21:790:387  International Law
21:790:390  Politics of Global Development
21:790:417  Problems in International Relations
21:790:465  Topics in Comparative Politics
21:790:466  Topics in Global Politics
21:790:497  Internship in Political Science
21:790:499  Individual Study of Government

Study abroad is strongly encouraged. A student majoring in political science with a global politics minor may not count more than 6 credits of his or her major toward this minor.

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