INTS International Studies

INTS   5531G   Modern Japan

3 Credit Hours.   3 Lecture Hours.   0 Lab Hours.

Japan through the Tokugawa period to its nineteenth century emergence from isolation and its growth as a world power with emmphasis on traditional culture, industrialization, and post-WWII society. Graduate students will be given an extra assignment determined by the instructor that undergraduates will not be required to do.

Cross Listing(s): INTS   5531, INTS   5531S, HIST   5531, HIST   5531G, HIST   5531S.

INTS   5532G   Modern China

3 Credit Hours.   3 Lecture Hours.   0 Lab Hours.

Cultural change and continuities of China from 1600 to its response to the West, the rise of the People's Republic, and the Post-Mao present.

Cross Listing(s): INTS   5532, HIST   5532, HIST   5532G.

INTS   5533G   Economic Rivals: U.S.-EC-Japan

3 Credit Hours.   3 Lecture Hours.   0 Lab Hours.

Contrasts the historical development of business in the U.S., European Community, and Japan from preindustrial times to the present, emphasizing how culture, economics, and politics have shaped business growth and international trade, creating rival capitalists. Graduate students will be given an extra assignment determined by the instructor that undergraduates will not be required to do.

Cross Listing(s): INTS   5533, HIST   5533, HIST   5533G.

INTS   5633G   Seminar in International Politics

3 Credit Hours.   3 Lecture Hours.   0 Lab Hours.

Designed to familiarize students with the theories which guide the conduct and analysis of international relations. These theories are examined in both their classical and contemporary context and used to evaluate and assess international relations phenomena. Graduate students will be given an extra assignment determined by the instructor that undergraduates will not be required to do.

Cross Listing(s): INTS   5633, POLS   5633, POLS   5633G.

INTS   5635G   Seminar in International Organizations

3 Credit Hours.   3 Lecture Hours.   0 Lab Hours.

An analytical study of the organization, powers, and problems of global and regional international agencies with particular emphasis upon the European Union. Graduate students will be given an extra assignment determined by the instructor that undergraduates will not be required to do.

Cross Listing(s): INTS   5635, POLS   5635, POLS   5635G.