Our program emphasizes the role of international organizations in global economy and development. You will think critically about governance and political economy, environment and development, and international public health.

Total Credit Hours: 18 

Required Courses (9 Hours)

Elective Courses (9 Hours)

What You'll Study

The minor emphasizes the role of international organizations in global economy and development. You will think critically about the globalization’s impact on world economy, sustainable development, and the fight against global poverty. You'll take 18 credit hours for a minor. Available courses include:    

  • Global Governance and Public Policy
  • Global Environmental Issues
  • Human Security
  • Global Economic Governance and Policy
  • Global Development     

 

 

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Contact Us

If you have questions about pursuing an international public policy minor, please contact:

First Year Students:
Jennifer Hanratty
(540) 231-6438

Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors:
Phoebe Peterson
(540) 231-5874

Ioannis Stivachtis

(540) 231-5816