Carroll College, Helena Montana

Degree Requirements

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International Relations Major Requirements

I. Major Program Requirements

Thirty-three semester credits of international relations, including:
EC 406 International Economics
HI 342 American Diplomatic History
IR 495 Research Seminar in International Relations
PO 102 Introduction to Comparative Politics
PO 115 International Relations
PO 222 U.S. Foreign Policy

And at least 6 semester credits from the following:
PO 243 Political Economy
PO 321 Citizenship: Think Global, Act Local
PO 342 War and Peace
PO 344 Contemporary Global Issues
PO 348 International Negotiation

And the remainder to be chosen from the following:
AN/SO 204 Cultural Anthropology
BA 392 International Business
BA 393 India: Socioeconomic Issues
CO 325 Intercultural Communication
EC 306 International Economics: Trade and Organization
ENLT 334 World Literature
HI 241 History of the Modern Middle East
HI 251 Introduction to East Asia
HI 271 History of Modern Latin America
HI 291 Modern African History
HI 307 The Cold War
HI 314 Modern France: From Revolution to European Union
HI 316 Modern Germany: From Blood and Iron to Nazis and Communists
HI 318 The Holocaust
HI 352 American-East Asian Relations
HI 382 World War II
IR 486 Readings and Conference
IR 492 Internship in International Relations
IR 499 Honors Thesis
PHIL 203 Islam Philosophy & Culture
PHIL 223 Asian Philosophy
PHIL 256 Social and Political Philosophy
PO 205 Early Modern Political Thought
or PO 332 Late Modern Political Thought
PO 241 Democracy and Autocracy
PO 242 State and Nation in World Politics
PO 243 Political Economy
PO 244 Contemporary Global Issues
PO 306 Political Research Methods
PO 321 Citizenship: Think Global, Act Local
PO 342 War and Peace
PO 344 Contemporary Global Issues
PO 348 International Negotiation
SP 401-402 Spanish Culture and Literature
SP 403-404 Latin-American Culture and Literature
TH 211 Comparative Religion

II. Other Program Requirements

EC 201-202 Principles of Economics
Completion of a modern second language through the intermediate level.
Note: All degree students should review requirements for graduation as described in the catalog.

International Relations Minor Requirements

I. Minor Program Requirements

Twenty-one semester credits of international relations, including:
HI 422 American Diplomatic History
PO 102 Introduction to Comparative Politics
PO 115 International Relations

And the remainder to be chosen from the following:
AN/SO 204 Cultural Anthropology
BA 392 International Business
BA 393 India: Socioeconomic Issues
CO 325 Intercultural Communication
EC 306 International Economics: Trade and Organization
ENLT 334 World Literature
HI 241 History of the Modern Middle East
HI 251 Introduction to East Asia
HI 271 History of Modern Latin America
HI 291 Modern African History
HI 307 The Cold War
HI 314 Modern France: From Revolution to European Union
HI 316 Modern Germany: From Blood and Iron to Nazis and Communists
HI 318 The Holocaust
HI 352 American-East Asian Relations
HI 382 World War II
IR 486 Readings and Conference
IR 492 Internship in International Relations
IR 499 Honors Thesis
PHIL 203 Islam Philosophy & Culture
PHIL 223 Asian Philosophy
PHIL 256 Social and Political Philosophy
PO 205 Early Modern Political Thought
or PO 332 Late Modern Political Thought
PO 241 Democracy and Autocracy
PO 242 State and Nation in World Politics
PO 243 Political Economy
PO 244 Contemporary Global Issues
PO 306 Political Research Methods
PO 321 Citizenship: Think Global, Act Local
PO 342 War and Peace
PO 344 Contemporary Global Issues
PO 348 International Negotiation
SP 401-402 Spanish Culture and Literature
SP 403-404 Latin-American Culture and Literature
TH 211 Comparative Religion

II. Other Program Requirement

Completion of a modern second language through the intermediate level.