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Item 54 of A Bulletin of the University of Kentucky Graduate School, 1959-1960

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l i 1 , 1 54 UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY cient in background must make up their deciencies by taking such additional l courses as may be recommended by the School. The graduate work must in- l [ clude at least three of the six elds listed below. At least 16 of the 24 semester ( Sot l hours required for the masters degree must be taken from the list below; the in remaining semester hours may be taken in one or more related elds upon i l, approval of the major professor. Nine semester hours of the work must be in l l 3, courses open only to graduate students. A reading knowledge of a modern l l foreign language, an acceptable thesis and a nal oral examination on the ! course work and the thesis complete the requirements for the masters degree, 1 Candidates for the doctors degree must pass an oral and written examina. ' tion in ve of the elds listed below. A minor in a related eld may be sub. " j l stituted for two of the elds listed below. Candidates for the doctors degree in l : l a related department desiring a minor in the Patterson School must passa ; . l qualifying examination in two of the elds listed below. At least nine semester 1 hours of the work in the Patterson School must be in courses not open to 1 undergraduates. l 1_ l I. International Relations, Law and Organization 3 i Diplomacy and International Commerce 169The Soviet Union in World . l Aairs. A survey of the Soviet record in foreign affairs and an introduction to l i the guiding concepts and the principal techniques of Soviet foreign policy. Tl 1 . Prerequisite: Political Science 155b. (3) I (Rodes) m 1 Geography l4Geographic Foundations of World Power 12 1 E Law 195International Legislation (3) l r Philosophy llOThe Making of the Modern Mind tel . 2 l Philosophy l20Great Religions ac 3 Political Science lOlLatin American Relations c : Political Science ISOInternational Law ' Political Science 165World Politics E 3 Political Science 166The United Nations 6. ' Political Science 204Internationa1 Relations and Organization 31; II. Diplomacy % ill '1 Diplomacy and International Commerce l60The Conduct of American 3 _ 1 Foreign Relations. The formulation, conduct, and control of American foreign a 3 policy, basic principles, comparison with other countries. Prerequisite: Political ' ; Science 51. (8) II (Vandenbosch) Diplomacy and International Commerce 201Problems of Soviet F or- . C eign Policy (3) History lOOaThe Diplomacy and Foreign Policy of the United States to 1898 ; History lOObThe Diplomacy and Foreign Policy of the United States : 1 Since 1898 1 3 History llQbEurope, 1814-1870 E History 119cEurope 1870-1918 1 l i ' History l20Europe Since 1919 i History 135aThe British Empire to 1860 i . History lSSbThe British Empire and Commonwealth 1 History lSQBritish History Since 1815 l 1 History lQOaThe Far East to 1900 History 190bThe Far East Since 1900 . l History SOOadSeminar in American Foreign Policy P l History 800adSeminar in Modern European History I; l? Political Science 217Contemporary American Diplomatic Problems 1) l

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