Students that choose the International Economics concentration will study these issues, look at the empirical data and learn about answers economists have to these questions. This concentration provides a solid foundation in the economic side of international studies.
International Studies Required Core Courses (12 units)
International Studies majors all take three foundational courses. Majors choose one of the five functional concentrations(each with its own requirements) and one of the five regional focus areas (each with its own requirements). Students cannot double-count any course for both a functional concentration and a regional focus. All majors finish with a capstone course.