International Relations

(04155A000-3) Credit: 1


Grade Level(s): 9, 10, 11, 12

Length: Semester


Prerequisites: None


Content: International Relations is a semester course for students interested in an overview of America’s role as a world power and investigating major issues confronting the world today. Topics discussed include America’s emergence as a world power in the early 20th century and our role in the 20th century wars. America’s foreign policy since the end of World War II is examined. Part of the course may be devoted to a study of current events and issues.


Activities: Assigned readings, lecture, discussion, individual and group reports, audio‐visual aids, book reports, and research papers.