The Department offers an undergraduate Minor in International Relations to those university students who are pursuing undergraduate majors in other disciplines.
The Minor comprises a rigorous exposure to the essentials of International Relations (IR). It familiarizes students with the fundamentals of IR as a discipline and offers skills of analyis and writing on issues within the field. Students take the same courses as are offered as part of the Major in IR to the Departmental students and they go through the same assessement process.
To earn the Minor, a student must complete any 6 of the courses (to be offered in 2020) listed below. Please note that INT101 and INT105 are compulsory courses for the Minor.
INT102 - Global History and International Relations
INT104 - International Organizations and Global Governance
INT103 - India in World Affairs
INT204 - International Security
INT205 - Science, Technology and International Relations
INT131 - Cities of the Global South
INT142 - Gender in International Relations
INT 240 - History, Context, and Theory: Philosophical Approaches
INT 246 - Constitution, Governance, and Politics in India
INT101 - Introduction to International Relations (Compulsory for IR Minor)
INT105 -Theorizing International Relations (Compulsory for IR Minor)
INT201 - Global Political Thought
INT202 - Interrogating Histories and Theories of Economic Development
INT203 - Knowing and Governing Ecosystems and Economies
INT206 - International Law and World Politics