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International Policy

The International Policy concentration is designed to prepare new professionals for international opportunities in an accelerating world economy.Working closely with interdisciplinary faculty from Economics, Political Science, Sociology, Agricultural and Resource Economics, and other departments and colleges, this concentration prepares students for positions in international settings through a range of policy analysis tools and cross-cultural competencies. Working closely with OSU International Programs, the International Comparative Rural Policy Studies Consortium, and the Transatlantic Student Symposium, the International Policy concentration helps students planning to study, conduct research, or arrange internships in other countries.

The International Policy Concentration Advisor is Professor Sarah Henderson.

International Policy Faculty available for PhD student committees.

OSU International Programs: http://oregonstate.edu/international/

International Comparative Rural Policy Studies Consortium: http://icrps.org/

Transatlantic Students Symposium: http://www2.hu-berlin.de/transatlantic/

 

Minimum 16 credit hours of the following courses:

  • ANTH 571 - Cash, Class and Culture [4 credits]
  • ANTH 582 - Anthropology of International Development [4 credits]
  • AREC 533 - International Agricultural Development [3 credits]
  • AREC 543 - Markets and Trade [3 credits]
  • COMM 526-International Communication [3 credits]
  • COMM 546-Communication in International Conflict and Disputes [3 credits]
  • ECON 540 - International Trade and Policy [4 credits]
  • ECON 541 - International Finance Theory and Policy [4 credits]
  • ECON 555 - Economic Development [4 credits]
  • PS 546 - East Asian Political Economy [4 credits]
  • PS 549 - Topics in Comparative Politics [4 credits]
  • PS 551 - American Foreign Policy [4 credits]
  • PS 552 - Alternative International Futures [4 credits]
  • PS 554 - International Law and Organizations [4 credits]
  • PS 555 - The U.S. As Viewed From Abroad [4 credits]
  • PS 556 - International Politics of East Asia [4 credits]
  • PS 557 - U.S.-China Relations [4 credits]
  • PS 559 - Topics in International Relations [4 credits]
  • PS 577 - International Environmental Politics and Policy [4 credits]
  • SOC 521 - Social Change and Modernization [4 credits]
  • SOC 560 - Globalization [4 credits]
  • SOC 566 - International Development: Gender Issues [4 credits]