Your Undergraduate Bulletin
POLS 160International Relations Crosslisted as GLST 160
How and why states act as they do in their contemporary international relations. Continuing factors, such as power, war, ideology, and governmental organizations, and recently emerging influences, including supranational organizations, multinational corporations, and natural resource allocation analyzed. Diverse approaches and theories examined.
Credit Hours: 3 Course Delivery: Classroom, Web ACE Outcomes: 9 Groups: International Relations and Comparative Politics