Program Information : Core Courses
All ISCOR majors, regardless of specialization, must take eighteen units of core ISCOR courses
The following five ISCOR courses are mandatory for a total fifteen units.
ISCOR 300: Global Systems
Evolution and development of global systems, global systems’ characteristics, formulation of criteria for projecting the future of systems.
ISCOR 301: Conflict and Conflict Resolution
Conflict resolution as an emerging field, theories of conflict, methods of conflict management, and international level analysis.
ISCOR 310: Our Global Future: Values for Survival
This course studies American values in regard to resource and social crisis, the nature of human action, origins of our values and the individual’s potential for changing them.
ISCOR 320: International Security in the Nuclear Age
International security issues from historical, ethical, economic and socio-psychological perspectives.
Political Science 375: International Relations
Dynamics of conflict and cooperation among national, international, and transnational actors; contributing political, economic, social factors.