International Studies Minor

About the Minor

The International Studies minor is an interdisciplinary academic program with an intercultural and comparative focus.

Faculty may cross-list their international courses as INTL or list them as electives in the minor.

The International Studies advisor is Vicki Hamblin, Director of CIS and Professor of French.

Requirements:

28 credits to include:

  • INTL 201 Intro to Global Studies (5)
  • INTL 401 Global Issues (5)
  • 4-8 credits from an approved study-abroad program, international exchange, or internationally-focused service learning or internship experience.
  • 4-5 credits in a modern language at 202 level or above; or, 4-5 credits at 103 level or above for less commonly taught languages.
  • Three upper-division elective courses from the following list or other intercultural content courses with approval by the faculty advisor for International Studies; at least two courses to be completed on campus.
    • INTL 302 Global Citizenship
    • INTL 312/FAIR312F Globalizations since 1870
    • INTL 334/FAIR 334F International Law
    • INTL 361/ECON 361 Intern’l Econonics and Business
    • ENG 335 - Literary and Creative Expressions Across Asia, Africa, the Middle East, and Latin America
    • FAIR 312D - Issues in International Studies
    • FAIR 334B - Transitional Justice
    • FAIR 334C - International Human Rights
    • FAIR 371E - Nations and Nationalism
    • FAIR 413A - International Childhood
    • HIST 369 - Women, Gender, & Sexuality in African History
    • HIST 385 - West African History
    • Or, any upper-division intercultural course with approval of the faculty advisor for International Studies
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