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Courses

International Politics & Economics draws its courses from other departments. Below is a list of courses that count for IPE credit.

Required Courses in Economics

Fall 2014

ECON 0150, Intro to Macroeconomics
ECON 0155, Intro to Microeconomics
ECON 0210, Economic Statistics
ECON 0240, International Economy: A Policy Approach

Spring 2015

ECON 0150, Intro to Macroeconomics
ECON 0155, Intro to Microeconomics
ECON 0210, Economic Statistics
ECON 0240, International Economy: A Policy Approach

Electives in Economics with an International Orientation

Fall 2014

ECON 0222, Economics of Happiness (permission of the instructor for IPE credit)
ECON 0328, Economics of Global Health
ECON 0375, Monetary Theory and Policy
ECON 0428, Population Growth
ECON 0445, International Finance
ECON 0475, Monetary Theory/Financial Inst

Spring 2015

ECON 0375, Monetary Theory and Policy
ECON 0424, Economic Prosperity in the Global Economy
ECON 0445, International Finance
ECON 0465, Special Topics in Environmental Economics
ECON 0475, Monetary Theory/Financial Inst

Courses in Political Science

Fall 2014

PSCI 0103, Intro to Comparative Politics
PSCI 0109, International Politics
PSCI 0214, International Environmental Politics
PSCI 0217, Politics of Middle East & North Africa
PSCI 0228, Central/East European Politics
PSCI 0260, Political Economy of Drug Trafficking
PSCI 0280, Politics of Policy Innovation
PSCI 0292, Political Communication
PSCI 0303, US-Latin American Relations
PSCI 0304, International Political Economy
PSCI 0311, American Foreign Policy
PSCI 0330, Comparative Development Strategies
PSCI 0340, Order & Organization
PSCI 0438, Political Islam
PSCI/IGST 0482, Public/Private Governance
PSCI 0483, Rise of Asia and U.S. Policy
PSCI 0484, Political Economy of Regionalism

Spring 2015

PSCI 0103, Intro to Comparative Politics
PSCI 0109, International Politics
PSCI 0221, Contemporary Chinese Politics
PSCI 0227, Soviet & Russian Politics
PSCI 0242, International Politics and WMD
PSCI 0258, Politics of International Humanitarian Action
PSCI 0260, Political Economy of Drug Trafficking
PSCI 0270, Comparative Political Behavior
PSCI 0290, Social Unrest in Asia
PSCI 0304, International Political Economy
PSCI 0307, Politics of Virtual Realities
PSCI 0322, War and Peace
PSCI 0324, Political Development of Western Europe
PSCI 0335, Latin American Revolutions
PSCI 0452, Global Environmental Justice
PSCI 0454, Leadership Pol & Personality
PSCI 0455, Political Economy of Trade


Required Courses in Economics

Fall 2013

ECON 0150, Intro to Macroeconomics
ECON 0155, Intro to Microeconomics
ECON 0210, Economic Statistics
ECON 0240, International Economy: A Policy Approach

Spring 2014

ECON 0150, Intro to Macroeconomics
ECON 0155, Intro to Microeconomics
ECON 0210, Economic Statistics
ECON 0240, International Economy: A Policy Approach

Electives in Economics with an International Orientation

Fall 2013

ECON 0230, Transformation in Eurasia
ECON 0328, Economics of Global Health
ECON 0337 (cross listed as PSCI 0337 & IGST 0437) Democracy, Development and Globalization
ECON 0375, Monetary Theory and Policy
ECON 0428, Population Growth
ECON 0445, International Finance
ECON 0450, History of Economic Thought (permission of the instructor for IPE credit)

Winter Term 2014

ECON 0429, Trade and Foreign Aid in Latin America … en Español
ECON 1023 Financial Services to Unbanked

Spring 2014

ECON 0222, Economics of Happiness (permission of the instructor for IPE credit)
ECON 0425, Economic Development Seminar
ECON 0429, Trade & Foreign Aid in Latin America
ECON 0430, The Post-Communist Economic Transition
ECON 0445, International Finance
ECON 0465, Special Topics in Environmental Economics

Fall 2013

PSCI 0103 Introduction to Comparative Politics
PSCI 0109 International Politics
PSCI 0214 International Environmental Politics
PSCI 0228 East European Politics
PSCI 0232 The Politics of Diversity in Western Europe
PSCI 0240 Race Around the World: The Comparative Politics of Ethnic Diversity
PSCI 0262 Might and Right Among Nations
PSCI 0337 (cross listed as ECON 0337 & IGST 0437) Democracy, Development and Globalization
PSCI 0424 Seminar on Comparative Democratization
PSCI 0431 African Government: The Political Economy of the Neo-Patrimonial State
PSCI 0452 Transnational Transformations and the Environment
PSCI/IGST 0483 The Rise of Asia and US Policy

Spring 2014

PSCI 0103 Introduction to Comparative Politics
PSCI 0109 International Politics
PSCI 0202 African Politics
PSCI 0212 Comparative Environmental Politics
PSCI 0214 International Environmental Politics
PSCI 0227 Soviet and Russian Politics
PSCI 0242 International Politics and WMD
PSCI 0251 Identity and Conflict in South Asia
PSCI 0260 The Political Economy of Drug Trafficking
PSCI 0278 The Politics of Insurgency
PSCI 0303 U.S.-Latin American Relations
PSCI 0304 International Political Economy
PSCI 0321 Anglophone v. Francophone Africa
PSCI 0324 The Political Development of Western Europe
PSCI 0351 Presidents of the Fifth Republic
PSCI 0372 Gender and International Relations
PSCI/ENVS 0390 Environmental Negotiation and Dispute Resolution
PSCI 0413 Mass Media & Democratization
PSCI 0434 War and Consequences
PSCI 0437 Understanding Intervention
PSCI 0454 Leadership: Politics and Personality
PSCI 0460 Seminar on West European Politics


Fall 2012

ECON 0150, Intro to Macroeconomics
ECON 0155, Intro to Microeconomics
ECON 0210, Economic Statistics (for students in classes 2015 and after)
ECON 0250, Macro Theory (for students in classes 2014.5 and before, although students are encouraged to take ECON 0210 as a substitute for ECON 0250)
ECON 0340, International Economy: A Policy Approach

Spring 2013

ECON 0150, Intro to Macroeconomics
ECON 0155, Intro to Microeconomics
ECON 0210, Economic Statistics (for students in classes 2015 and after)
ECON 0340, International Economy: A Policy Approach

Electives in Economics with an International Orientation

Fall 2012

ECON 0230, Transformation in Eurasia
ECON 0328, Economics of Global Health
ECON 0375, Monetary Theory and Policy
ECON 0428, Population Growth
ECON 0429, Trade and Foreign Aid in Latin America
ECON 0444, International Trade
ECON 0445, International Finance
ECON 0475, Monetary Theory/Financial Institutions

Spring 2013

ECON 0222, Economics of Happiness (permission of the instructor for IPE credit)
ECON 0224, Economic History of Latin America
ECON 0375, Monetary Theory and Policy
ECON 0424, Economic Prosperity in the Global Economy
ECON 0425, Economic Development Seminar
ECON 0430, The Post-Communist Economic Transition
ECON 0445, International Finance
ECON 0465, Special Topics in Environmental Economics

Courses in Political Science

Fall 2012

PSCI 0103 Introduction to Comparative Politics
PSCI 0109 International Politics
PSCI 0214 International Environmental Politics
PSCI 0225 West European Politics
PSCI 0242 International Politics and WMD
PSCI/INTL 0251 Identity and Conflict in South Asia
PSCI 0262 Might and Right Among Nations
PSCI 0380 International Relations of East Asia
PSCI/ENVS 0390 Environmental Negotiation and Dispute Resolution
PSCI 0413 Media and Democratization
PSCI 0430 Political Economy of Globalization in Latin America: The Mexican Case
PSCI 0431 African Government: The Political Economy of the Neo-Patrimonial State
PSCI 0452 Transnational Transformations and the Environment
PSCI/INTL 0482 Private and Public Governance in an Era of Globalization

Spring 2013

PSCI 0103 Introduction to Comparative Politics
PSCI 0109 International Politics
PSCI 0202 African Politics
PSCI 0209 Local Green Politics
PSCI 0212 Comparative Environmental Politics
PSCI 0221 Contemporary Chinese Politics
PSCI 0258 The Politics of International Humanitarian Action
PSCI 0260 The Political Economy of Drug Trafficking
PSCI 0278 The Politics of Insurgency
PSCI 0290 Social Unrest in Asia
PSCI 0304 International Political Economy
PSCI 0322 War and Peace
PSCI 0335 Latin American Revolutions
PSCI/INTL 0403 India and China: 21st Century Superpowers?
PSCI 0412 Diplomacy
PSCI 0470 Seminar on Race and Ethnic Politics


Courses in Economics with an International Orientation 2011-12

Fall 2011

ECON 0150, Intro to Macroeconomics
ECON 0155, Intro to Microeconomics
ECON 0224, Econ History in Latin America
ECON 0230, Transformation in Eurasia
ECON 0250, Macro Theory
ECON 0340, International Economy: A Policy Approach
ECON 0425, Economic Development Seminar (2)
ECON 0428, Population Growth
ECON 0444, International Trade
ECON 0445, International Finance
ECON 0475, Monetary Theory/Financial Institutions

Spring 2012

ECON 0336, Political Economy of Development
ECON 0338, The Japanese Economy
ECON 0340, International Economy: A Policy Approach
ECON 0424, Economic Prosperity in the Global Economy
ECON 0430, The Post-Communist Economic Transition
ECON 0445, International Finance

Courses in Political Science 2011-12

Fall 2011

PSCI 0103, Introduction to Comparative Politics
PSCI 0109, International Politics
PSCI 0214, International Environmental Politics
PSCI 0217, Politics of the Middle East & North Africa
PSCI 0228, Central and East European Politics
PSCI 0304, International Political Economy
PSCI 0311, American Foreign Policy
PSCI 0324, Political Development Western Europe
PSCI 0390, Environmental Negotiation and Dispute Resolution
PSCI 0403, India and China: 21st Century Superpowers?
PSCI 0424, Seminar on Comparative Democratization
PSCI 0452, Transnational Transformations and the Environment
PSCI 0456, International Order in the 20th Century
PSCI 0460, Seminar on West European Politics

Spring 2012

PSCI 0103, Introduction to Comparative Politics
PSCI 0109, International Politics
PSCI 0202, African Politics
PSCI 0212, Comparative Environmental Politics
PSCI 0221, Contemporary Chinese Politics
PSCI 0227, Soviet & Russian Politics
PSCI 0232, The Politics of Diversity in Western Europe
PSCI 0236, International Law
PSCI 0240, Race Around the World: The Comparative Politics of Ethnic Diversity
PSCI 0250, International Diplomacy and Modern South Asia
PSCI 0258, The Politics of International Humanitarian Action
PSCI 0260, The Political Economy of Drug Trafficking
PSCI 0303, U.S.-Latin American Relations
PSCI 0304, International Political Economy
PSCI 0336, Political Economy of Development
PSCI 0353, French Foreign Policy
PSCI 0378, Civil Conflict in Africa & the Middle East
PSCI 0405, Causes of War
PSCI 0438, Political Islam
PSCI 0454, Leadership: Politics & Personality