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CAS IR 324 - American Policy-Making in the Global Era: International Trade, Finance, Innovation, and the Global Corporation
(Meets with CAS PO 280E.) Examines American international economic decision-making in a changing global economy. Addresses current theories of International Political Economy with respect to trade, finance, and the development of global corporations. Explores how American policy shaped the post World War II global economy.

[ 4 cr.]

Prereq: enrollment in the Washington, DC Internship Program.
CAS PO 280 - American Policy-Making in the Global Era: International Trade, Finance, Innovation, and the Global Corporation
(Meets with CAS IR 324E.) Examines American international economic decision-making in a changing global economy. Addresses current theories of International Political Economy with respect to trade, finance, and the development of global corporations. Explores how American policy shaped the post World War II global economy.

[ 4 cr.]

Prereq: enrollment in the Washington, DC Internship Program.
CAS IR 594 - Global Environmental Negotiation and Policy
(Meets with CAS GE 594.) Key concepts, actors, concerns, and issues related to the process of negotiating global environmental policies. Overviews of the international system and environmental problems; an international negotiation simulation; case studies of global agreements on ozone depletion, climate change, desertification, and biodiversity, among others.

[ 4 cr.]

GRS IR 603 - Economics for Global Policy
Surveys key economic theories, trends, tools, and debates that affect international affairs. Thematic focus includes: stability and growth, global inequality, and global climate change. Covers theory and history, statistical analysis, case studies, and political economy applications.

[ 4 cr.]

Prereq: graduate standing in the Pardee School or consent of instructor.
2 sections scheduled for Fall 2018
CAS IR 373 - Global Governance and International Organization
Provides an overview of major theoretical perspectives on the creation and function of international organizations, comparative case studies of selected organizations, and an examination of present and future roles of international organizations in selected issue areas. This course fulfills a single unit in each of the following BU Hub areas: Social Inquiry I, Global Citizenship and Intercultural Literacy.

[ 4 cr.]

Hub Areas
Social Inquiry I
Global Citizenship and Intercultural Literacy
CAS GE 594 - Global Environmental Negotiation and Policy
Key concepts, actors, concerns, and issues related to the process of negotiating global environmental policies. Overview of the international system and environmental problems; an international negotiation simulation; case studies of global agreements on ozone depletion, climate change, desertification, and biodiversity, among others. Meets with CAS IR 594.

[ 4 cr.]

Prereq: consent of instructor
CAS GE 595 - Global Environmental Negotiation and Policy
Key concepts, actors, concerns, and issues related to the process of negotiating global environmental policies. Overviews of the international system and environmental problematic; international negotiation simulation; case studies of global agreements on ozone depletion, climate change, desertification, and biodiversity, among others. Meets with CAS IR 594.

[ 4 cr.]

CAS PO 384 - Global Governance and International Organization
Provides an overview of major theoretical perspectives on the creation and function of international organizations, comparative case studies of selected organizations, and an examination of present and future roles of international organizations in selected issue areas. This course fulfills a single unit in each of the following BU Hub areas: Social Inquiry I, Global Citizenship and Intercultural Literacy.

[ 4 cr.]

Hub Areas
Social Inquiry I
Global Citizenship and Intercultural Literacy
CAS IR 358 - Global Feminism: Race and Gender in International Relations
(Meets with CAS WS 360.) Exploration of critical issues concerning women, gender, and race throughout the world. Topics include women and the global economy, health care, reproduction, the dynamics of sex industries, violence against women, international women's movements, and political/institutional change.

[ 4 cr.]

1 section scheduled for Fall 2018
CAS IR 447 - Seminar: Global Sociology
(Meets with CAS SO 447.) Examines different sociological perspectives on global social dynamics and processes.

[ 4 cr.]

Prereq: junior or senior standing and at least two previous sociology or international relations courses; or consent of instructor.
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