International Relations, Minor
International Relations addresses the ways in which governments, private groups and individuals relate to each other in the global political and economic systems. The program provides a solid grounding in the methodologies of political science, history and economics. The curriculum draws on the best courses relevant to world politics, offers a well-rounded liberal arts education and helps prepare students for law or business school, Ph.D. programs and international careers.
|International Relations in Theory & Practice|
|PSCI 0400||Introduction to International Relations||1|
|International Political Economy||1|
|International Economics (Option 1: International Economics)|
|International Political Economy (Option 2: International Political Economy w/ PSCI)|
|International Trade (Option 3: (For ECON majors) International Trade and International Monetary Economics)|
or ECON 4520
|Select one of the following (no exceptions):||1|
|European Diplomatic History 1789-1914|
|American Diplomatic History Since 1776|
|The U.S. and the World since 1898|
|Select one of the following:||1|
|Technology, Policy & War|
|Strategy, Policy and War|
|European International Relations 1914-present|
|Select 1 course units of IR Elective, College We strongly advise students to refer to our curriculum webpage, for a clearer depiction of courses that comprise the IR minor: https://ir.sas.upenn.edu/curriculum||1|
|Select 1 course units of IR Elective, College or Other We strongly advise students to refer to our curriculum webpage, for a clearer depiction of courses that comprise the IR minor: https://ir.sas.upenn.edu/curriculum||1|
|Total Course Units||6|
Core courses must be taken at U of P.
Only 1 course unit may be Non - College.
The degree and major requirements displayed are intended as a guide for students entering in the Fall of 2023 and later. Students should consult with their academic program regarding final certifications and requirements for graduation.