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Bachelor Degree in International Relations & Diplomacy

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Bachelor Degree in International Relations & Diplomacy

Overview

Schiller International University’s Bachelor Degree in International Relations and Diplomacy offers students an international curriculum that encompasses scientific technological, cultural and humanitarian concerns, as well as the more traditional areas of diplomatic activities. Schiller International University students initially pursue courses in the liberal arts, in order to give them a thorough foundation in history, economics, political science, and international relations. In their final two years of study, students will go on to apply their analytical skills to case studies, debates, and on-site visits.

The International Relations and Diplomacy program equips students with the expertise they need to pursue careers in international organizations – fields such as law, government, business, and journalism, as well as moving onward to graduate programs in political science and international relations.

Objectives

1. Demonstrate an understanding of international relations concepts and ideas.
2. Display competence in oral and written communication as it relates to international relations.
3. Apply analytical and critical thinking skills to matters related to international relations and diplomacy.
4. Analyze key issues associated with international organizations, multilateral processes and the non-governmental sector that operate in international politics.
5. Exhibit appreciation for multiculturalism and global diversity.

Modules

Required International Relations & Diplomacy Courses

Credits

EC 452Resources & the Environment3
EC 457Economy of Developing Countries3
IR 331Modern Diplomacy3
IR 335American Foreign Policy3
IR 341Concepts of International Relations3
IR 353The Political Economy of North-South Relations3
IR 370Writing for Foreign Affairs3
IR 450Practical Diplomacy3
IR 481Selected Topics in International Relations3
PS 370American Political System3

Required International Business Courses

Credits

IT 103Applications of Computers3
BA 369Introduction to Sustainable Development3
BA 370Business Communication3
BA 384Behavioral Aspects3
BA 401Human Resources Management3
BA 437Multinational Enterprise3
EC 352Economic Geography3
EC 455International Trade & Finance3
GEB 1350Introduction to International Business3
IR 470International Economic Policies & Institutions3

Required General Education Courses

Credits

AR 222Art History3
ECO 2013Principles of Microeconomics3
ECO 2023Principles of Macroeconomics3
EN 111English Composition: Expository Writing3
EN 112English Composition: Persuasive Writing3
BA/EN 200Cross-Cultural Communication3
EN 373Public Speaking3
EN 490Intercultural Communication3
HI 225European History to 18153
HI 226European History: Napoleonic Period to the Present3
IR 221Introduction to International Relations3
MA 172Applied Mathematics3
MGF1107College Math3
PS 221Introduction to Political Science3
PSY 1021General Psychology3
SO 137Science and Society3

Required Foreign Language Courses

Credits

FR 101Beginning 13
FR 102Beginning 23
FR 201Intermediate 13
FR 202Intermediate 23

Total Credits Required:

120

 

 

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