College of Behavioral & Social Sciences

Learning Outcomes

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  • Students can understand and apply the basic concepts and theories of international relations and comparative politics.
  • Students demonstrate an awareness and understanding of other countries and cultures, as well as current events in international relations.
  • Students can use the appropriate analytical and research skills to address topics and issues in international relations and comparative politics.
  • Students write and speak with sufficient clarity to convey their ideas and arguments.
  • Students can read, speak and write a foreign language at least through the intermediate level.