Self-Designed Regional or Topical Concentration

With advisor approval, students may create a thematic or regional concentration.
Select four of the following Electives:12-16
ECCE: Business and Developing Countries
ECCE: International Criminal Justice Systems
ECCE: Crime and Sentencing: Global Issues
ECCE: Intercultural Communication
Macroeconomics in a Global Economy
ECCE: Global Change in Local Places
World Environmental Thought
ECCE: Population and Public Policy
ECCE: Geopolitics: Geographical Aspects of International Affairs
Our Changing Climate
Global Political Ecology
ECCE: China's Environment and the World
ECCE: Latina/o USA
ECCE: Culture Wars/Europe
Islamic Civilization
ECCE: Reading Arab Pasts
ECCE: Conflict in the Middle East
ECCE: Christian-Muslim Encounters
ECCE: Politics and Religion: Culture Wars
Europe In The 20th Century
ECCE: The Pacific War: World War II in East Asia
History of the Soviet Union
ECCE: Nationalism and Imperialism
Modern China
Modern Japan
ECCE: From Vikings to Hackers: A Pirate's World History
Cold War and the Middle East
American Law in Comparative Perspective
International Human Rights Law: Skills and Advocacy
Spanish Civilization and Culture
International Management
ECCE: Global Evironmental Health
ECCE: Emerging Diseases
Global Child Advocacy Studies
Comparative Philosophy of Religion
Continental Philosophy
ECCE: Political Ideas and Ideologies
ECCE: Global Issues
ECCE: Politics and Religion: Culture Wars
Globalization and the Future of Democracy
ECCE: Economic Analysis
International Law and Organizations
International Political Economy
ECCE: Latin American Politics
Politics of Western Europe
Foreign Policy Analysis
Terrorism and Public Policy
War and Peace
American Foreign Policy
International Politics of the Middle East
Russian Politics
National Model United Nations
Model United Nations
Understanding Cultures
ECCE: Latina/o USA
ECCE: Women Across Cultures
ECCE: Culture, Health, and Power
ECCE: Global Social Stratification
Mexican Migration to the U. S.
Women in Political Movements: A Cross-Cultural Perspective
Global Masculinities
ECCE: Global Social Change and Transnational Movements
Total Hours12-16