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International Economics and Trade

International Economics and Trade is one of the functional specializations offered to International Studies majors at The College of New Jersey. This concentration seeks to offer students extensive comprehension and knowledge of global economics and trade.  Students supplement their business education with political science, history and modern language courses.  Students are required to complete one semester abroad as well.

 

Major Requirements – 12 Course Units

 

INT 200 / International Studies – 1 Course Unit

ECO 102 / Principles of Macroeconomics – 1 Course Unit

Foreign Language – 2 Course Units at 200 Level or Above

Arabic
Chinese
Japanese
French
German
Italian
Russian
Spanish

Political Science – 1 Course Unit

POL 380: International Political Economy

Humanities – 2 Course Units

AAS 210: Race, Ethnicity, Class and Gender English Caribbean
AAS 280/WGS 260: Women of African Descent in Global Perspective
HIS 120: Topics, Modern Europe
HIS 130: Topics, Asia
HIS 158: Colonial Latin America
HIS 161: History of Mexico
HIS 167: Indian-White Relations
HIS 316: Topics in Modern Europe
HIS 323: Eastern Europe since 1939
HIS 324: Women in Eastern Europe: 1848 – Present
HIS 325: Modern Germany
HIS 327: European Society since 1789
HIS 334: Modern East Asia
HIS 335: Modern Japan
HIS 336: Late Imperial China
HIS 337: Twentieth-Century China
HIS 339: History of Modern India
HIS 341: Islamic World
HIS 342: Modern Middle East
HIS 348: Imperial Russia
HIS 349: Soviet Union
HIS 352: Colonial and Modern Africa
HIS 354: South African History
HIS 359: Modern Latin America
HIS 364: History of the Caribbean
HIS 370: The US in World History
HIS 383: United States since 1946
HIS 386: US Diplomacy in the American Century
HIS 450: Readings Seminar in History, Modern Asia
HIS 452: Readings Seminar in History, Middle East
HIS 454: Readings Seminar in History, Modern Eurasia
HIS 456: Readings Seminar in History, Modern Africa
HIS 458: Readings Seminar in History, Modern Latin America
HIS 460: Readings Seminar in History, Modern North America
HIS 461: Readings Seminar in History, Modern Europe
HIS 464: Readings Seminar in History, Modern World

Social Science Option – 1 Course Unit

POL 335: International Organization
POL 337: International Law
POL 345: Human Rights International Relations
POL 355: Political Economy of Natural Resources
POL 352: Comp. Pol. Econ of Development
POL 370 Special Topics in Political Science
POL 390: Tutorial in Political Science
POL 498: Seminar in Political Science
WGS 168: Gender, History, and US Immigration
WGS 222: Non-Violence and Peace Action
WGS 375: Global Feminisms
WGS 377: Gender Politics of Development: Africa
WGS 380: Gender and Democracy
WGS 381: Women and Migration

Business Option – 2 Course Units

BUS 360: Issues in International Business
ECO 120: European Economic History
ECO 210: History of Economic Thought
ECO 310: Money, Credit & Financial Market
ECO 335: Economics of Development
ECO 340: International Economics
ECO 345: Comparative Economic Systems
FIN 201: Fundamental Financial Methods
FIN 335: Capital Flows & Currency
FIN 340: International Finance (prereq FIN 201)
INB 260: Multinational Firms
INB 330: Capital Flows & Currency Crisis
INB 350: International Trade in the Caribbean
INB 365: International Trade Operations
INB 370: Topics in International Business
INB 391: Independent Study in International Business
MGT 201: Management Principles and Practices
MGT 310: Cross-Cultural Management (prereq MGT 201)
MKT 340: Marketing in Intl Environment

International Economics & Trade Electives Option – 1 Course Unit

BUS 360: Issues in International Business
ECO 120: European Economic History
ECO 210: History of Economic Thought
ECO 310: Money, Credit & Financial Market
ECO 335: Economics of Development
ECO 340: International Economics
ECO 345: Comparative Economic Systems
FIN 201: Fundamental Financial Methods
FIN 335: Capital Flows & Currency
FIN 340: International Finance (prereq FIN 201)
HIS 120: Topics, Modern Europe
HIS 130: Topics, Asia
HIS 158: Colonial Latin America
HIS 161: History of Mexico
HIS 167: Indian-White Relations
HIS 316: Topics in Modern Europe
HIS 320: 20th Century Europe (with LAC)
HIS 323: Eastern Europe since 1939
HIS 324: Women in Eastern Europe: 1848 – Present
HIS 325: Modern Germany
HIS 327: European Society since 1789
HIS 334: Modern East Asia
HIS 335: Modern Japan
HIS 336: Late Imperial China
HIS 337: Twentieth-Century China
HIS 339: History of Modern India
HIS 341: Islamic World
HIS 342: Modern Middle East
HIS 348: Imperial Russia
HIS 349: Soviet Union
HIS 352: Colonial and Modern Africa
HIS 354: South African History
HIS 359: Modern Latin America
HIS 364: History of the Caribbean
HIS 370: The US in World History
HIS 383: United States since 1946
HIS 386: US Diplomacy in the American Century
HIS 388: Global Environmental History
HIS 450: Readings Seminar in History, Modern Asia
HIS 452: Readings Seminar in History, Middle East
HIS 454: Readings Seminar in History, Modern Eurasia
HIS 456: Readings Seminar in History, Modern Africa
HIS 458: Readings Seminar in History, Modern Latin America
HIS 460: Readings Seminar in History, Modern North America
HIS 461: Readings Seminar in History, Modern Europe
HIS 464: Readings Seminar in History, Modern World
INB 260: Multinational Firms
INB 330: Capital Flows & Currency Crisis
INB 350: International Trade in the Caribbean
INB 365: International Trade Operations
INB 370: Topics in International Business
INB 391: Independent Study in International Business
MGT 201: Management Principles and Practices
MGT 310: Cross-Cultural Management (prereq MGT 201)
MKT 340: Marketing in Intl Environment
POL 200: Political Analysis
POL 335: International Organization
POL 337: International Law
POL 345: Human Rights International Relations
POL 355: Political Economy of Natural Resources
POL 352: Comp. Pol. Econ of Development
POL 370: Special Topics in Political Science
POL 390: Tutorial in Political Science
POL 498: Seminar in Political Science
WGS 168: Gender, History, and US Immigration
WGS 377: Gender Politics of Development: Africa

INT 498 / Senior Seminar in International Studies – 1 Course Unit

 

Plus minimum of 1 semester study abroad experience (includes some courses which will fulfill above requirements)
Courses in relevant languages taken during study abroad (not offered at TCNJ.) will be counted as electives toward this specialization.

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