COURSE PREREQUISITES: Prerequisites are 45 credits at the 100 level or
COURSE OBJECTIVES: The student learns and applies the history, content,
practice, enforcement and relevance of public international law including the
significant institutional framework of international law. The student explores the roles that
international law plays in global governance and international relations. The
course material will be a level above the introduction to Public International
Law, with great emphasis on legal research, case work, and experiential
learning through participation in a Moot Court. .
Kaczorowska, Alina. Public
International Law. 5th ed. London: Routledge,
Ku, Charlotte and Diehl, Paul F. (eds.). International Law: Classic and Contemporary Readings. 3rd ed. Boulder, CO.: Lynne Rienner, 2008.
Supplementary readings supplied by instructor.
REQUIREMENTS (please note that these requirements will vary each semester, the
following is intended as an example only):
completes the following:
who receive credit for POL 305 cannot receive credit for POL 205.
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