INGS 455 - Economics of Native America

This course will analyze current and historic economic issues faced by Native Americans. It will also examine government policies enacted by and directed toward Native Americans with a focus on their economic implications. This will be done using standard economic models of the labor market, poverty, trade, development and gaming. (Prerequisite: ECON-101 or equivalent course.) Units 3

INGS 489 - Special Topics

This course introduces a topic new to the International and Global Studies curriculum. Topic varies by semester. Units 3

INGS 499 - Co-op

Paid work experience in a field related to international and global studies (at least 160 hours of work, completed over at least four weeks). Students will apply the accumulated knowledge, theory, and methods of the discipline to problem solving outside of the classroom. (Prerequisite: 3rd year status and permission of instructor) Units 0