The International Politics Minor comprises 18 units of coursework. Nine units of required Political Science courses provide a foundation in comparative politics and international relations. Students then customize their minor through nine units of electives in political science, economics and other related disciplines. Six units of electives must be 400-level courses in Political Science. International Politics Minors are also invited to speak with an advisor about additional elective options.
The minor must include 15 units in political science. Twelve units must apply exclusively to the minor.
Students who wish to specialize in a specific geographical area are encouraged to investigate the possibility of taking related units in anthropology, economics, foreign languages, geography, history and literature, etc.