International Relations

Spring 2003


Institution: Salve Regina University
Title: Research Seminar
Course Number: INR500
Section: 95
3 credit hours
Students explore various research techniques then apply that knowledge to analysis of existing research and to designing and implementing their own research projects. The course includes preparation of a literature review, qualitative and quantitative approaches, triangulation methods, research designs, threats to internal and external validity, sampling techniques, data collection methods, and ethical considerations. Note: This course must be taken in the first year of graduate studies.

Institution: Salve Regina University
Title: Foundations of International Relations
Course Number: INR502
Section: 90
3 credit hours
Students explore the salient issues involving conflict or cooperation in contemporary international politics. The major topics include nation-state systems; struggle for power among nations; continuities and changes in current international relations; the role of diplomacy, ideology, economics, military force, war, nuclear weapons, international law and organizations; the quest for community; and the relationship of moral and religious values to some of the problems of international relations.

 

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Providence College School of Continuing Education
Community college of RI Admissons Office
Salve Regina University Admissions Office
Rhode Island College records Office
New England Institute Of Technology Admissions Office
University Of Rhode Island Enrollment Services
Roger Williams University Admissons Office

 



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