Global Economics and Development

Global Economics and Development explores 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. For questions about this, please reach out to your faculty advisor.

Relevant Fall 2020 Sections

Check the course schedule for more details.  Note course details are subject to change.

  • ECON 611-DL1, Microeconomic Theory
  • EVPP 505-005, Planetary Health
  • EVPP 505-DL3, Energy Climate Active Planning
  • EVPP 533-001, Energy Policy
  • GGS 507-001, Geog Approaches Sustain Development
  • GLOA 615-DL2, Case Studies in Globalization (preference will be given to those students that need to take the course as part of the core requirement)
  • GLOA 615-DL3, Case Studies in Globalization (preference will be given to those students that need to take the course as part of the core requirement)
  • GOVT 743-DL2, International Political Econ
  • HIST 615-002, Religion/Capitalism in the US
  • ITRN 500-DL1, Global Political Economy
  • ITRN 503-DL1, Macroeconomics Policy/Global Economy
  • ITRN 503-DL2, Macroeconomics Policy/Global Economy
  • ITRN 504-DL1, Macroeconomics/Trade Policy
  • ITRN 602-DL2, Global Financial Criss and Interests
  • ITRN 603-DL1, Global Trade Relations
  • ITRN 761-001, European Political/Economic Union
  • POGO 750-004, Defense Programs, Budget & Policy
  • POGO 750-D13, Intelligence and Public Policy
  • PUBP 503-001, Culture, Org, and Technology
  • PUBP 503-DL1, Culture, Org, and Technology
  • PUBP 503-DL2, Culture, Org, and Technology
  • PUBP 720-DL1, Managerial Econ/Pol Analysis
  • PUBP 720-DL3, Managerial Econ/Pol Analysis