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Global and International Studies Program
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Approved Courses
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Master List
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(last updated for Fall 2018)
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1 = Field 1: Transnationalism
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2 = Field 2: Global Economics
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3 = Field 3: International Relations
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A = Area Studies
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C = GISP Core Course
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GPH = Global Public Health
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M = Research Design and Methodology
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R = Recommended Course
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Course #Course TitleProfessorFieldTerm Offered
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BGIA 301Non-State Actors in the Int'l SystemKettererCF15
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GIS 101Topics in Global & Int'l Studies: Nuclear Proliferation (2 credits)MurrayCF17
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GIS 102Topics in Global & Int'l Studies: Climate Change (2 credits)MurrayCS18
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PS/GISP 145Human Rights in Global PoliticsEncarnacionCS16, F16
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PS/GISP 206Gender & the Politics of National SecurityMcIntoshCS16, S17
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PS/GISP 207Global CitizenshipMurray, DixonCF16, F17, F18
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PS/GISP 231Humanitarian Military InterventionMurrayCS16, S17
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PS/GISP 257Nations and NationalismMcIntoshCS18
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PS/GISP 273Diplomacy and DevelopmentKettererCS15, S16, F16, S18
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SOC/GISP 269Global Inequality and DevelopmentKleinCF15, S17
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BIO 121ObesityTibbettsGPHS16
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BIO 134 A/BCancer FundamentalsHenleGPHS15
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BIO 151From Genes to TraitsTibbettsGPHS15, S17
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BIO 153Global Change BiologyRobertsonGPHF16
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BIO 201Genetics and EvolutionTibbetts/JudeGPHS15, F15, S16, F16, S17
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BIO 244BiostatisticsKhakhalin/PerronGPH or MS15, F15, S16, S17
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BIO 411Advanced Seminar on CancerTibbettsGPHS15
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BIO 431ParasitologySavageGPHF15
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ANTH 101AIntroduction to Cultural AnthropologySuzuki/Stamatopoulou-Robbins/ Kunreuther/Dominy, Morton1
S15, F15, S16, F16, S17, F17, S18, F18
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ANTH 101BIntroduction to Cultural Anthropology1S15, F15, F16, F17
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ANTH 201Gender & Social Inequalities in Latin AmericaBrown1 or AS15
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ANTH 213Anthropology of MedicineBrown1 or GPHF15
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ANTH 217Asia in the AnthropoceneSuzukiAF17
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ANTH 218The RiftRyleAF17
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ANTH 221Unnatural States: Theories & Ethnographies of Statehood TodayStamatopoulou-Robbins 3F15, F17
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ANTH 223Conservation AnthropologyDominy1F16
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ANTH 226Culture & Globalization in JapanSuzuki1 or AS15
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ANTH 226Anthropology of JapanSuzukiAS16, S18
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ANTH 230Anthropology of PalestineStamatopoulou-Robbins 1 or AS15
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ANTH 231Crime in Latin AmericaRubin1 or AS17
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ANTH 233Problems with Human RightsRyle1S17
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ANTH 237Confronting the CrisisJurgens1 or AF17
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ANTH 243African Diaspora ReligionsBrownAS16
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ANTH 246South Asian ModernitiesKunreutherAS17
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ANTH 256Race and Ethnicity in BrazilBickAF15
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ANTH 260
Ethnographies of Economic Growth: Anthropology & the Problem of Progress
Morton1F18
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ANTH 261Anthropology of Violence and SufferingKunreuther1F16
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ANTH 265Race & Nature in AfricaSuzuki1 or AF16
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ANTH 275Post Apartheid ImaginariesSuzukiAF18
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ANTH 277Nature and Power in the Middle EastStamatopoulou-Robbins AS16
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ANTH 280The Edge of AnthropologyRyleAS17
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ANTH 334Language, Migration & GlobalizationCarruthers1F15
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ANTH 335Local Realities and Global Ideology in the SudansRyleAS15
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ANTH 349Political EcologySuzuki1F15
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ARTH 289Rights and the ImageMerriam1S15
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BGIA 310Ethics and International AffairsRosenthal3F15, F16, F17, F18
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BGIA 319Issues in Global Public Health1 or GPHS17, S18
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BGIA 330Writing on International AffairsMoran, GreenbergRF15, S16
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BGIA 335Foreign Policy in the Internet AgeBayrasil1F16, F17, F18
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BGIA 337Making Social ChangeSavell1S18
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BGIA 342Power, War & Terror in International AffairsSilverstone3F15, F18
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BGIA 354Anglo-American Grand StrategyMead3F15, F16
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BGIA 321Intelligence, Risk and Decision-MakingAlston3S16, S17
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BGIA/PS 354Grand Strategy from Sun Tzu to ClausewitzMead3S16, S17
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ECON 100APrinciples of EconomicsFeder, Felkerson, Green-Armytage, Giovannoni, Mitra, Martell, Tcherneva, Rezende2
S15, F15, S16, S17, F17, S18, F18
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ECON 100BPrinciples of Economics2
S15, F15, S16, S17, F17, S18, F18
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ECON 100CPrinciples of Economics2S15, F15, S17, F17, S18, F18
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ECON 100DPrinciples of Economics2F16, F17, S18, F18
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ECON 200Money and BankingTcherneva2F15, F16, S18
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ECON 202Intermediate Macroeconomics
Giovannoni, Felkerson, Tcherneva
2S15, S16, S17, F17, S18, F18
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ECON 203Game TheoryMitra2S15, S16, S17, S18
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ECON 216European Economic HistoryGiovannoni2 or AS17
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ECON 218Asian Economic HistoryDeSilva2 or AS15, F16, F17
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ECON 221Economic DevelopmentDeSilva2S16, S17, F18
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ECON 223International TradeDeSilva2F17
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ECON 229Introduction to EconometricsDeSilvaMF16, S17, F17, S18, F18
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ECON 232International Macroeconomics and FinanceGiovannoni2F15, F16
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ECON 321Seminar in Economic Development/Microeconomics of DevelopmentDeSilva2S15, F16, S18
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ECON 331International MigrationMitra1S16
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EUS 325Politics & Power in Global Food ProductionSegarra1F16
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HIST 112Three Cities: An Introduction to the Urban Histories of Lagos, Nairobi and JohannesburgThompsonAF15
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HIST 120War and PeaceLytle/Aldous3S15
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HIST 121United States in 20th CenturyDroessler3S18
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HIST 124Early Modern French EmpireEwing/Crouch3 or AS15
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HIST 125Pacific WorldsDroessler1 or AS17
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HIST 127Intro Modern Japanese HistoryCulpAF16, F18
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HIST 134The Ottomans and the Last Islamic EmpireChetaAF15
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