Apr 20, 2021  
2014-2015 Undergraduate Bulletin 
    
2014-2015 Undergraduate Bulletin [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Global Security Studies Minor


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Transnational issues with global implications that can only be solved by collaborative effort are the focus. Among the issues introduced are conventional and critical security, international law, economic security, population movement, environmental security, gender and age, infectious disease threats, transnational crime, intra-state conflict, terror, and American global power.

Minor Electives: 9 Credit Hours


Note: While there is no required course distribution across disciplines, the student should work with advisors to select courses which lend depth and breadth to their studies.

Program Total: 18 Credit Hours


Students completing this minor are strongly recommended to take HIST 1220  and World History II in their general education core. Students should recognize that a foreign language and/or a study abroad/intern experience will significantly enhance their qualifications in this field.

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