Master of Arts in the Field of International Affairs, Europe, Eurasia, and Russia Concentration

See note regarding special topics courses.*

12 credits from the following
At least one course must be from Group A and one from Group B. The remaining two courses may be taken from either group.
Group A. Western, Central and Eastern Europe
HIST 6042Seminar: World War II
HIST 6050Modernization, Imperialism, Globalization
HIST 6051Re-thinking Cold War History
HIST 6121Reading and Research Seminar: Modern European History
HIST 6170Eastern European History I
HIST 6171Eastern European History II
IAFF 6338Special Topics in European and Eurasian Studies (The European Union)
IAFF 6338Special Topics in European and Eurasian Studies (Transatlantic Relations in the 21st Century)
PSC 6364Comparative Governments and Politics of Central And Eastern Europe
PSC 6465The International Politics of Central and Eastern Europe
PSC 8388Selected Topics in Comparative Politics
Group B. Russia and Eurasia
HIST 6188The Soviet Union and the World, 1917 to 1991
IAFF 6138Special Topics in International Development Studies (Post-Soviet Democracy Development)
IAFF 6338Special Topics in European and Eurasian Studies (Turkey's Place in Europe)
IAFF 6338Special Topics in European and Eurasian Studies (History and Politics of the Caucasus)
IAFF 6338Special Topics in European and Eurasian Studies (Security in Russia/Eurasia)

*Specific subject matter covered in special/selected topics courses varies by semester. Consult the Schedule of Classes for each semester's offerings. Topics courses not listed here may be used to fulfill program requirements if approved by the Program Director.