Registration will open on October 24. If you haven’t already done so, schedule an appointment with your INTL faculty adviser and be sure to check out the list of upcoming courses: http://friedmand.people.cofc.edu/INTL_current_courses.html
- INTL 300, INTL 495 and EUST 400 must be requested (enrollment is not automatic), please consult with your adviser to find out if you are eligible to take these classes.
- Special Topics course descriptions specific to INTL are listed here:
- Special Topics course descriptions available across campus are listed here:
Timur Kuran, Professor of Economics and Political Science and Gorter Family Professor of Islamic Studies at Duke University will speak on Middle Eastern domestic economic institutions and their negative political consequences, including unchecked executive power, constraint on societal development and the delay of democratization.
Tuesday, September 30th at 6pm in the Wells Fargo Auditorium (Beatty 115)
Sponsored by the Initiative for Public Choice and Market Access
Passport Services* @ Affiliate Programs Fair
September 25th, 10:00 am—2:00 pm in the Cougar Mall
*Representatives from the Charleston Passport Center will be accepting passport applications (new and renewal) during the Affiliate Programs Study Abroad Fair (see attached on details). This service is open to the public!