POLS 684. International Law: The State and the Individual. 3 Hours S.

International law has assumed an increasingly significant role in international life. This course will examine major law including (but not limited to): the changing status and role of the state; rights of minorities and self-determination; the environment; and human rights. The course will examine the central questions and the relevant international legal principles associated with each issue. Prerequisite: Junior level or consent of instructor. LEC.

Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of General Studies in Political Science


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Bachelor of Arts in Humanities


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