PO405

International Organizations

History & Political Science College of Arts & Science

Subject Code

PO

Number

405

Title

International Organizations

Description

This course focuses on the increasingly influential and varied roles international organizations play in the world today from peace and security to international development, human rights, and environmental protection. It traces the evolution of the thinking behind, and efforts to establish international organizations, and analyzes not only their promise and challenges, but also their successes and failures to date. Although particular attention is paid to the United Nations and its many affiliated bodies, regional organizations (e.g. European Union, Organization of American States, African Union, NATO), international non-governmental organizations (NGOs), and multi-national corporations are also assessed. Prerequisite: PO 215, Grade C or higher. Offered: Alternate years.

3

Maximum Variable Credits

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Repeatable

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Number of Course Repeats When Repeatable

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Max Credits Repeatable

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Department or School

College

College of Arts & Science