Global Strategic Studies (GSS) Concentration

This Concentration is designed for individuals interested in careers in government, national security and intelligence, in teaching in secondary and higher education, and in graduate school studies in any of these areas.

In addition to the INST core courses, students will complete at least 15 hours of coursework from the following choices:
ECON 3130/GEOG 3130Economic Geography

3 credits

ECON 4610/ECON 8616International Trade

3 credits

ECON 4620/ECON 8626International Monetary Economics

3 credits

ECON 4660/ECON 8666International Economic Development

3 credits

GEOG 3930Political Geography

3 credits

GEOG 4630/GEOG 8636Environmental Remote Sensing

4 credits

HIST 4350/HIST 8356American Diplomatic History

3 credits

HIST 4710/HIST 8716Europe and America in the Two World Wars

3 credits

PSCI 3220/PSCI 8225International Organizations

3 credits

PSCI 3260United States Foreign Policy

3 credits

PSCI 3920Special Topics in Political Science

3 credits

PSCI 4920/PSCI 8926Advanced Special Topics in Political Science

1 - 3 credits

and other courses deemed appropriate.