Economics for Foreign Policy Makers

IWP 642
Two credits

This eight-week course is designed to equip students with a basic understanding of economic history, theory and practice, which can be applied to careers in foreign policy, intelligence, or national security.

Semester Available


Fall Semester
Spring Semester
Summer Semester

Principal Professor


   Norman A. Bailey
Consulting Economist; President, Institute for Global Economic Growth {read more}
   Anne Rathbone Bradley
Vice President of Economic Initiatives, Institute for Faith, Work, and Economics {read more}