POLSC 27000 - International Relations: Conceptual Foundations and Current Issues (W)
Examines the conceptual foundations of international relations and their application to current issues. Topics include: anarchy, power, war and peace, international cooperation, the role of the state and non-state actors, international institutions, norms and human rights, and the global economy.
Students may not take both POLSC 11500 and POLSC 27000 at Hunter College for credit. (Transfer students may receive only 100 level credit for a course equivalent to POLSC 11500 after Spring 2010, when POLSC 27000 becomes the prerequisite for most advanced courses in international relations.)
prereq: ENGL 12000 or its equivalent
3 hrs 3 cr.