PSC180.1 Introduction to International Relations

Taught in Spanish at the Pontificia Universidad Catolica and may not be offered every semester. This course has been designed to explain the origin and role of the United Nations, as well as all of the organizations and commissions connected with the U.N. as a way to familiarize students with the countries, complexities, goals and topics related to the concept of international relations. The course reviews the most classic approaches to IR, including those linked with war, conflicts and the different sources of power. Includes an in-depth study of the most recent theories and trends in the field of IR studies, such as international economic relations and environmental agreements. SU students may not earn credit for both this course and PSC 124. (ICP 0301)

Department: Political Science

Location: Santiago

Credits: 3