The department of International and Comparative Politics aims to develop in students the ability to identify, explain, understand and contextualize political institutions, organizations, behavior, and various other phenomena comparatively and against the general background of contemporary world politics.
REQUIRED COURSES: 96 credits
All courses are 6-credit courses unless noted otherwise. For the course details, please consult to your advisor or the program chair.
ELECTIVE COURSES: 50 credits total
Students are expected to take additional elective courses: 50 credits total, maximum of 18 credits or minimum of 6 credits should be taken within the major, the rest credits should be taken outside the major.
GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS
All students should complete the general education requirements, 94 or 96 credits in total in accordance with the year of student enrollment. For the details, please check the page on General education requirements and policies.