Academic Term and Year
Hamline Plan Letter
Area of Study
Goals: To explore the foundations of international governmental and nongovernmental organizations; through case studies and policy issues, to discuss the United Nations and its affiliated groups; to examine how transitional actors have tried to deal with critical world issues such as hunger, environmental dilemmas, human rights, and the disparities of development. Content: This course includes a discussion of theories of integration, histories of international organizations, and analyses of approaches to policy and politics in the international arena. Students will also have the opportunity to do informal interviews or mentoring projects with local international organizations. Taught: Alternate years. Prerequisite: PSCI 1430: World Politics is recommended.
Vogel, Karen, "PSCI3550-01.International Organizations.F13.Vogel,Karen" (2013). Historic Syllabi -- full text access limited to internal Hamline administrative staff only. 2167.