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World and Politics Track
Choose 2 courses:
Macroeconomics examines the economy as a whole in order to answer the wider questions about the functionality of economics in our society. In this course you will study national economies and the variables of behavior, gaining a better understanding of global economic structures.
This introductory course understands globalization both as a social construct whose contested meanings have implications for many of the most important issues of our times.
This course examines the driving forces behind foreign affairs. We will look at how nations behave, as well as the interplay of non-state actors, ranging from terrorist organizations to media conglomerations. This course will cover the way international relations theory explains events from the Napoleonic Wars to the 2003 Iraq War.