International Studies (INTR)

INTR 101.  Global Perspectives.  4.  

4. An introduction to the interdisciplinary nature of international studies, examining contemporary issues.

INTR 150.  Special Topics.  1-8.  

4. May also be offered at 250, 350 and 450 levels.

INTR 230.  Theories & Methods in International Studies.  4.  

This course will introduce students to the prominent, historical, and current theories and methods of the discipline of International Studies. Thematic foci will include international political theory, the intersections of global economics and social justice movements, modalities of the humanities in intercultural contexts, and cultural relativism. Central to the course will be inquiry into methodologies of how we might engage with an international world. This course is a requirement for all majors and minors in International Studies. There are no prerequisites for this course. Fulfill environmental responsibility and evaluating systems (2019).

INTR 250.  Special Topics.  1-8.  
INTR 260.  Independent Study.  1-8.  

1-4. May also be offered at 360 and 460 levels.

INTR 290.  Internship.  1-8.  

1-4. May also be offered at the 390 level.

INTR 350.  Special Topics.  1-8.  
INTR 360.  Independent Study.  1-8.  
INTR 390.  Internship.  1-8.  
INTR 450.  Special Topics.  1-8.  
INTR 460.  Independent Study.  1-8.  
INTR 465.  International Research Colloquium.  4.  

This is a seminar-style collaborative course that serves as the culminating course for International Studies majors, although it is open to any student who has successfully completed INTA 230. In this course, each student will design and complete a research project culminating in a research paper at least 20 pages (double-spaced, 12 font size) in length. Fulfills the apply requirement for the CQ.

INTR 470.  Senior Thesis.  1-8.  


INTR 490.  Departmental Honors.  1-8.