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As part of their bachelor's degree requirements, students must complete an immersion - a set of three related general education courses in a focused area linked by a theme or discipline. These upper-level courses are used to meet RIT's general education requirements. In many cases, an immersion can lead to a minor with the addition of two courses. At RIT Kosovo (A.U.K), there are four different immersions offered.

Immersions 

 

ECONOMICS Immersion (9 credits)

An economics immersion provides a systematic analysis of economic issues through the study of the allocation of scarce resources into production and the distribution of production among the members of society. This immersion is closed to students with a concentration in economics.

 

Required courses:
ECON – 101    Principles of Microeconomics 3 credits


Elective Courses (choose three additional courses)
:

ECON – 201 Principles of Macroeconomics 3 credits
ECON – 401      Intermediate Microeconomic Theory 3 credits
ECON – 402 Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory 3 credits
ECON – 403 Econometrics I 3 credits
ECON – 405    International Trade and Finance 3 credits
ECON – 421    Natural Resource Economics 3 credits
ECON – 422    Benefit-Cost Analysis 3 credits
ECON – 431    Monetary Analysis and Policy 3 credits
ECON – 441    Labor Economics 3 credits
ECON – 444    Public Finance 3 credits
ECON – 448    Development Economics 3 credits
ECON – 520 Environmental Economics 3 credits

For more information, click here to read the Academic Bulletin 

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INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS Immersion (9 Credits)

The International Relations Immersion combines the study of the complexities and shifting trends of international politics with the study of the global system. Global issues studied include democratization, international and regional conflicts, terrorism, international trade and economic integration, economic development, international law and organizations, and human rights. 

Prerequisite course:  
POLS – 120   Introduction to International Relations 3 credits
Elective Courses (choose three courses):    
POLS – 205 Ethics in International Politics 3 credits
POLS – 210 Comparative Politics 3 credits
POLS – 220 Global Political Economy 3 credits
POLS – 325    International Law and Organizations 3 credits
POLS – 330    Human Rights in Global Perspectives     3 credits
POLS – 335    Politics in Developing Countries 3 credits
POLS – 360 International Political Thought 3 credits
POLS – 440 War and the State 3 credits
POLS – 445    Terrorism and Political Violence 3 credits

 


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PUBLIC POLICY Immersion (9 credits)

This immersion provides students with a clear understanding of public policy, the policy process, and policy analysis. Students have the opportunity to develop perspectives on a variety of contemporary public policy issues, especially those that emerge from scientific and technological advancements. This immersion is closed to students with a concentration in public policy.

Required courses:  
PUBL – 101   Foundations of Public Policy 3 credits
Elective Courses (choose three courses):    
PUBL-201 Ethics, Values and Public Policy 3 credits
PUBL-210 Introduction to Qualitative Policy Analysis 3 credits
PUBL-301 Public Policy Analysis 3 credits
PUBL-520 Information and Communication Policy 3 credits
PUBL-530 Energy Policy 3 credits
STSO-201 Science and Technology Policy 3 credits
STSO-421 Environmental Policy 3 credits

For more information, click here to read the Academic Bulletin 

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ENGLISH Immersion (9 credits)

The English immersion gives students the opportunity to explore English studies in the areas of literature, linguistics, and creative writing. The immersion is flexible in order to accommodate student interest in areas such as specific literary historical periods or geographic areas, multimedia and the visual arts, or genre fiction such as science fiction, fantasy, or romance. Courses emphasize the ability to read literature and new media analytically and write critically.

Required courses:    
ENGL - 210 Literature, Culture, and Media 3 credits

Elective Courses (choose two additional courses)
:
 
ENGL – 307 Mythology and Literature 3 credits
ENGL – 310    Introduction to Language Science 3 credits
ENGL – 316    Global Literature 3 credits
ENGL – 391    Dangerous Texts 3 credits

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See also: Concentrations | Minors

Last updated: June 2017

 

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