Diplomacy and International Relations
As our world becomes increasingly interdependent, knowledge of international affairs will only continue to grow in value, across all disciplines. Seton Hall undergraduate students can prepare themselves by exploring new ways of thinking about, framing, and analyzing today's most important global questions through a minor in Diplomacy and International Relations.
To earn a minor in Diplomacy and International Relations, students must successfully complete at least 18 credits in the following required and elective courses, and achieve an overall GPA in these courses of at least a 2.0.
- DIPL 1711 International Relations
- Two DIPL classes at the 2000 level (DIPL 2101, 2109, 2110, or 2120)
- Three DIPL classes at the 3000 level or higher (See course catalogue for complete list)
Professor and Chair
Professor of Diplomacy and International Relations
Professor of International Economics and Development
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