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Coordinated by a Faculty Advisory Board
- A minimum of fifteen (15) credits from among the approved courses.
- A minimum of nine (9) credits from the list of Core Courses. These must be from three (3) different departments.
- A maximum of six (6) credits from the list of Elective Courses
- A maximum of three (3) upper-division undergraduate credits.
- A GPA of at least 3.0 in the program courses.
Effective Fall 2004
Additional coursework may be required due to prerequisites.
|A minimum of nine (9) credits from three (3) different departments must be used towards the program. Additional core credits can be used to satisfy program requirements.||9|
|Globalization and Culture Change|
|History of Economic Thought|
|Theories of Economic Development|
|Governance of the World Political Economy|
|Political Economy of Change and Development|
|Globalization and Socioeconomic Restructuring|
|Theories of State, Economy, and Society|
|A maximum of six (6) credits can be used to satisfy the requirements of the program. A maximum of three (3) upper-division undergraduate credits can be used to satisfy the program requirements.||6|
ANTH 318/ETST 318
ANTH 319/ETST 319
|Latin American Peasantries|
|Indigenous Peoples Today|
|Development in Indian Country|
|Anthropology and Sustainable Development|
|International Political Economy|
|Comparative Economic Systems|
|Marxist Economic Thought|
|Economic History of the United States|
|Recent Economic Thought|
|Evolution of Economic Thought|
|Heterodox Approaches to Economics|
|International Production and Monetary Theory|
|Economic Thought and Systems|
|Marxian Political Economy|
|Industrial Society in Europe, 1600-1871|
|Industrial Society in Europe, 1871-1989|
|Reconstruction and the New South|
|United States, 1917-1945|
|United States Foreign Relations Since 1914|
|Revolutions in Latin America|
|International Mass Communication|
|Politics of Environment and Sustainability|
|International Environmental Politics|
|Peoples and Institutions of Latin America|
|Foundations of Theoretical Sociology|
|Theories of Development and Social Change|
|Global Inequality and Change|
A minimum of 15 credits are required to complete this program.