Sample Second Year: International Economic Policy
|GINS 2000 (0.5 credit): Ethics and Globalization||1.0 credit||
0.5 credit from section 3b: Microeconomics in the program requirements:
|1.0 credit||5.0 credits|
|GINS 2010 (0.5 credit): Globalization and International Economic Issues||0.5 credit from section 3c: Macroeconomics:
ECON 2101 (0.5 credit)
ECON 2102 (0.5 credit)
|GINS 2020 (0.5 credit): Global Literatures||0.5 credit from section 3d: Research Methodologies:
IPAF 2000 (0.5 credit)
ECON 2201 (0.5 credit)
* Students who are applying for the language requirement exemption should take an additional 1.0 credit in elective courses instead.
** Not all Specialization courses are offered every year. Check with the public class schedule to see which courses are offered this year.