Global Affairs
College of Humanities and Social Sciences

Global Economics and Development

Global Economics and Development will explore topics in international commerce, economic and human development, political economy, and risk analysis.

Students that plan to take the economics (ECON) courses within this specialization should have a strong academic background in economics, or have completed microeconomics, macroeconomics, and calculus with a minimum grade of 3.00 in all three. 

  • CONF 732 - Conflict in Development
  • ECON 611 - Microeconomic Theory
  • ECON 612 - Microeconomic Theory II
  • ECON 615 - Macroeconomic Theory
  • ECON 676 - Comparative Economic Systems
  • EVPP 642 - Environmental Policy
  • GOVT 743 - International Political Economy
  • ITRN 500 - Global Political Economy
  • ITRN 503 - Investment and Macroeconomics
  • ITRN 602 - Global Financial Crises and Institutions
  • ITRN 603 - Global Trade Relations
  • ITRN 701 - Special Topics in International Commerce and Policy
  • ITRN 718 - Global Economic and Human Development
  • ITRN 757 - Business and Politics in Emerging Markets
  • ITRN 767 - Political Economy and Integration in Latin America
  • PUAD 504 - Managing in the International Arena: Theory and Practice

Or other course approved by the program director

 

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