Gateway courses focus substantively on societal challenges that cut across global regions, and cut across the areas of development, security, and governance. All International and Public Affairs concentrators take at least one of these courses, preferably as First Years or Sophomores. Gateway courses introduce students to the type of multidisciplinary analysis that is employed throughout the concentration. These courses introduce students to the basic fundamentals of evidence-based argumentation, and the various styles of analysis that will be encountered throughout the students’ path through the concentration. These courses also emphasize the interaction between theory and practice in the analysis and resolution of societal challenges.
SOC 1490 ECON 1000 Power, Knowledge, and Justice Using Big Data to Solve Economic and Social Problems
IAPA 0300 Costs of War IAPA 0400 The American Tax State IAPA 0500 Nationalism, Ethnicity, and the State IAPA 0700 Political Economy of Hard Policy Problems IAPA XXXX The Tax State in Comparative Perspective INTL 0700 Global Health, Humanitarianism, and Inequality INTL 0900 How We Compete POLS 1020 Politics of the Illicit Global Economy POLS 1435 Politics of Climate Change
Power, Knowledge, and Justice
Using Big Data to Solve Economic and Social Problems