International Relations 210gw:

International Relations: Introductory Analysis (4.0 units)

Comprehensive introduction to contending theoretical and analytical approaches; development of critical, evaluative, cognitive, and analytical competencies regarding historical and contemporary issues.
  • General Education: This course satisfies the university's general education requirement.
  • Note: Register for lecture and one discussion. This course carries GE credit but it is intended for a specific group of students rather than a general student audience. International Relations majors and minors can obtain D-clearance through the department.
37720R001Lecture12:30-1:50pmTue, Thu192 of 200Brian RathbunTHH101notesession dates
37721R001Discussion9:00-9:50amMonday24 of 25Michael PfonnerTHH121session dates
25 of 25
Michael PfonnerTHH213session dates
37723R001Discussion9:00-9:50amWednesday24 of 25Taylor DaltonTHH121session dates
37724R001Discussion9:00-9:50amFriday23 of 25Pongkwan SawasdipakdiTHH121session dates
37725R001Discussion12:00-12:50pmWednesday24 of 25Taylor DaltonVKC106session dates
37726R001Discussion10:00-10:50amFriday24 of 25Pongkwan SawasdipakdiTHH213session dates
37727R001Discussion12:00-12:50pmFriday24 of 25Edward GonzalezVKC209session dates
37728R001Discussion1:00-1:50pmFriday24 of 25Edward GonzalezTHH121session dates
Information accurate as of October 9, 2019 8:14 am.
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