International Economics and International Relations (B.S.)
ECIR: BS in International Economics and International Relations.
This program expands Diplomacy’s partnership with the Economics department into a full-fledged integrated degree. This program keeps the common elements of the Diplomacy undergraduate experience (required foreign language, Diplomacy internship, research methods, and Senior Project) but adds a stronger Economics focus of at least eight courses totaling 24 credits.
Economics is a very popular double major for Diplomacy students, and an integrated degree offers several advantages over a conventional double major. The common curriculum means that we avoid the problem of needing to remind students and advisors what the current substitutions are between the two programs. The integrated degree also makes it easier for students to accommodate the Honors program or develop a minor.
Politics and Society in Latin America and the Caribbean
Foreign Language Requirements
Elementary Language I (plus lab if available)
Elementary Language II (plus lab if available)
Intermediate Language I (plus lab if available)
Intermediate Language II (plus lab if available)
Advanced Language I (plus lab if available)
Advanced Language II (plus lab if available)
Fourth-Year Language I (any language course with advanced II as pre-requisite)
Fourth-Year Language II (any language course with advanced II as pre-requisite)
Free Electives Requirements:
Any Electives in Diplomacy or the School of Arts and Sciences that do not count toward other requirements
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