BGA Course Lists

Below are lists of courses currently recognized as satisfying five Dikran Izmirlian Program in Business and Global Affairs degree requirements. The lists serve as guides for planning purposes and do not represent guarantees that specific listed courses will be offered in specific academic years. In addition, students may petition the BGA Curriculum Committee to consider a non-listed course to be recognized as fulfilling a BGA requirement.

Keerat Singh (SFS)

 I’ve applied what I learned in BGA to all the internships I’ve done at Georgetown. For one, in my current internship at USAID, I work on global workers rights. I’ve written case studies and conducted research on workers rights issues, skills I learned from Global Organizations and Culture class we took sophomore spring and from the Washington, Business, and the World classes we take each Fall. 

Keerat Singh (SFS)

Quantitative Methods

Statistical Models for Business (OPIM 172)
Business Statistics (OPIM 173)
Economic Statistics (ECON 121)
Quantitative Methods in International Affairs (INAF 320)
Analysis of Political Data I (GOVT 201)
Probability and Statistics (MATH 040)
Intro Math Statistics (MATH 140)

Quantitative Analysis

Modeling Analytics (OPIM 220)
Business Forecasting (OPIM 274)
Big Data in Business, Economics, and Society (GBUS 401)
Marketing Intelligence (MARK 221)

History of GlobalizationPlease consult with your academic advisor

To be offered Spring 2023:
Global British Empire (HIST 304 – 01)
Empires in History (HIST 305)
Corporations and Empire (HIST 336)

Previously offered:
History of Globalization (HIST 304)
Global History (HIST 305)
History of World Economy (HIST 305)
The Silk Road (HIST 321)
Globalization and Development in Latin America (HIST 352)
Capitalism/Community/Americas (HIST 355)
Capitalism in South Asia (HIST 424)
Spaceflight and Globalization (STIA 416)

International Law, Policy, and Governance
International Law (GOVT 263)

Regional History

Students must take 3 credits chosen from courses with the ‘SFS/CORE History: Early Reg’ or ‘SFS/CORE History: Modern Reg’ attribute.
International students without exposure to U.S. history may request approval to take US History (HIST 180 or 181)