The Economic Statecraft certificate provides a strong foundation in the relationship between political and economic freedom, traditional international economic subjects such as trade and development aid, as well as less studied fields such as technology security, financial security, sanctions, and other elements of economic warfare. These elements of economic power are presented in a strategic context. This program equips students for careers in economic policymaking, diplomacy, and non-governmental organizations providing humanitarian assistance.
This certificate requires six courses, as listed below, for a total of 20 credits.
- IWP 642 Economics for Foreign Policy Makers, (2 credits)*
- IWP 634 Geography and Strategy (2 credits)*
- IWP 609 Economic Statecraft and Conflict
- IWP 601 National Security Policy Process
- IWP 670 Peace Through Development: Deterring Terror and Building Alliances
- IWP 627 International Relations, Statecraft and Integrated Strategy, OR IWP 626 Foundations of Political and Economic Freedom OR IWP 665 Corporate Statecraft
This certificate is currently under development, and is pending final approval.