Curriculum - Minor

Flags hanging from ceiling on campusThe International Studies minor requires 21-24 credit hours of courses. A grade of “C” (2.0) or better is required in all courses counted toward the minor.

Core Requirements

Students must complete 12 credit hours of core courses. Courses used to satisy this requirement may not be used to satisfy concentration requirements.

International Experience Requirement

Students must complete 3 credit hours of international experience. This will normally involve Study Abroad, but other options are possible as approved by the Director of International Studies. Courses fulfilling this requirement may count towards other requirements in the major.

Concentration Requirements

Students must complete at least three additional courses from one of the International Studies Thematic Concentrations: Arts & Literature, Environment, or Globalization. Two of the courses must be selected from the 300-level or above.

Arts & Literature Globalization The Environment
  • ANT 316: Exploring World Cultures
  • ARH 201: Ancient Through Medieval Art and Archeology
  • ARH 202: Renaissance Through Early Twentieth Century
  • ARH 301: Ancient Greek Art
  • ARH 302: Ancient Roman Art
  • ARH 303: Medieval Art
  • ARH 304: Northern Renaissance Art
  • ARH 305: Italian Renaissance Art
  • ARH 306: Baroque and Rococo Art
  • ARH 307: Nineteenth Century European Art
  • CLA 209 (ENG 209): Classical Literature in Translation: Topics
  • CLA 210 (ENG 210): Mythology
  • CLA 345: Topics in Mythology
  • CRW 314: Theory and Practice of Literary Translation
  • ENG 100: College Writing and Reading I Global Emphasis
  • ENG 111: Introduction of Literature Global Emphasis
  • ENG 200: College Writing and Reading II Global Emphasis
  • ENG 211: British Literature to 1800
  • ENG 212: British Literature since 1800
  • ENG 225: World Literature to 1600
  • ENG 226: World Literature since 1600
  • ENG 227: World Anglophone Literatures
  • ENG 301: International Journalism
  • ENG 332: Shakespeare's Early Plays and Poems
  • ENG 333: Shakespeare's Later Plays
  • ENG 336: British Romanticism
  • ENG 337: Victorian Literature
  • ENG 338: British Modernism
  • ENG 340: Multiculturalism and Literature
  • ENG 341: Postcolonial and Third World Literature
  • ENG 342: Transnational Literatures
  • ENG 343: Studies in Postcolonial Literature
  • ENG 370: European Literature to 1900
  • ENG 371: European Literature Since 1900
  • ENG 430: The Age of Chaucer
  • ENG 431: The Age of Elizabeth
  • ENG 432: The Age of Milton
  • FNA 101: Cultures of the World Through Music and Dance
  • FST 205 (FLL 205): Introduction to World Cinema
  • FST 206 (FLL 206): Perspectives in European Cinema
  • FST 385: Japanese Cinema
  • FST 386 (GER 385): Introduction to German Cinema
  • FST 387 (FRH 385): Introduction to French Cinema
  • FST 388 (SPN 385): Introduction to Spanish Cinema
  • FST 389: Studies in World Cinema
  • FST 480 (FLL 480, FRH 485, GER 485, SPN 485): Special Topics in World Cinema
  • FRH 209: French Literature in Translation: Topics
  • FRH 311: French Civilization
  • FRH 321: Survey of French Literature
  • FRH 322: Survey of French Literature
  • FRH 385: Introduction to French Cinema
  • FRH 411: Topics in French Studies
  • FRH 412: The Francophone World
  • FRH 420: Topics in French Literature
  • FRH 437: Masterpieces of French Poetry
  • FRH 438. Masterpieces of French Drama
  • FRH 439: Masterpieces of French Prose Fiction
  • FRH 495: Seminar in French Literature
  • GER 209: German Literature in Translation: Topics
  • GER 307: Text and Context
  • GER 321: Introduction to German Literature
  • GER 485 (FST 480): Seminar in German Cinema
  • GER 495: Seminar in German Studies
  • GER 496: Topics in German Studies
  • HST 377: Topics in International History *
  • INT 480: Global Issues
  • INT 483: Topics in Arts and Literature
  • INT 495: Seminar in International Studies
  • JPN 211: Perspectives on Contemporary Japanese Culture
  • PAR 125: Great Books of the World's Religions
  • PRT 210: Literatures of the Portuguese-Speaking World in Translation: Topics
  • PRT 322: Introduction to the Literatures of the Portuguese-Speaking World
  • PRT 422: Studies on Cinema, Literature, and Culture of the Portuguese-Speaking World
  • RUS 209: Russian Literature in Translation: Topics
  • SPN 206: Spanish in the Media
  • SPN 209: Spanish Literature in Translation: Topics
  • SPN 210: Spanish-American Literature in Translation: Topics
  • SPN 321: Introduction to Spanish Literature
  • SPN 322: Introduction to Spanish-American Literature
  • SPN 421: Studies in Spanish Literature
  • SPN 422: Studies in Spanish-American Literature
  • THR 321: Western Theatre History I
  • THR 322: Western Theatre History II
  • ANT 205 (SOC 205): Human Societies
  • ANT 206: Cultural Anthropology
  • ANT 208: Language and Culture
  • ANT 327: Globalization and Cultural Change
  • BLA 371: International Business Law
  • COM 344: Intercultural Communication
  • CRM 410: World Criminal Justice Systems
  • EBD 280: Entrepreneurship for Non-Business Majors
  • EBD 482: Global Entrepreneurship
  • ECN 326: Comparative Economic Systems
  • GGY 180: World Geography I
  • GGY 181: World Geography II
  • GGY 210: Geography of the Global Economy
  • GGY 340: Global Change
  • HEA 320: Foundations in Global Health
  • HST 103: Introduction to Global History 1500-1848
  • HST 104: Introduction to Global History since 1848
  • HST 377: Topics in International History *
  • HST 380: 20th Century International Relations
  • HST 487: Topics in Global History
  • INB 300: International Business
  • INB 352 (MGT 352): International Management
  • INB 377 (OPS 377): International Business Management
  • INB 426 (ECN 426): International Trade and Finance
  • INB 439 (FIN 439): Multinational Financial Management
  • INB 442 (MKT 442): International Marketing
  • INT 480: Global Issues
  • INT 481: Topics in Globalization
  • INT 495: Seminar in International Studies
  • PLS 111: Politics and Government in Global Perspective
  • PLS 218: Ethics in International Affairs
  • PLS 220: Introduction to International Relations
  • PLS 221: Model United Nations I
  • PLS 222: Contemporary International Political Issues
  • PLS 230: Introduction to Comparative Government and Politics
  • PLS 315: Contemporary Political Ideologies
  • PLS 331: Politics in Developing Nations
  • PLS 334: Revolutionary Movements
  • PLS 421: Model United Nations II
  • PLS 423: National Security Policy
  • PLS 424: International Security
  • PLS 425: International Politics
  • PLS 426: International Law
  • PLS 427: International Organizations
  • PLS 428: Global Terrorism
  • PLS 429: International Political Economy
  • PSY 270: Cross-Cultural Psychology
  • SOC 240: Individuals and Societies in a Global World
  • SOC 415: Globalization and Development

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • ANT 309: Environmental Anthropology
  • BIO 150: Humans and Ecology
  • BIO 366: Ecology
  • BIOL 366: Ecological Laboratory
  • BIO 434: Coastal Marine Ecology
  • BIO 466: Conservation Biology
  • BIO 478: Global Environmental Problems
  • BIO 482: Wildlife Ecology
  • BIO 487 (GLY 458): Introduction to Coastal Management
  • BLA 362: (EVS 362): Environmental Law
  • CHM 377: Environmental Chemistry
  • CHML 377: Environmental Chemistry Laboratory
  • ECN 325 (EVS 325): Environmental Economics
  • EVS 195: Introduction to Environmental Studies
  • EVS 205: Global Environmental Issues
  • EVS 330 (ECN 330): Natural Resource Economics
  • EVS 370 (PSY 370) Environmental Psychology
  • EVS 463: Environmental Education and Interpretation
  • GGY 130: Introduction to Physical Geography
  • GGY 230: Introduction to Weather and Climate
  • GGY 235 (GLY 226): Principles of Hydrology
  • GGY 333: Applied Climatology
  • GGY 335 (GLY 335): Geomorphology
  • GGY 340: Global Change - Population, Resources, and Environment
  • GGY 420 (PHY 420): Global Climate Change
  • GGY 422: Remote Sensing in Environmental Analysis
  • GGY 426: Environmental Geographic Information Systems
  • GGY 435: Environmental Geography
  • GGY 436: Ice Age Earth
  • GLY 120: Environmental Geology
  • GLYL 120: Environmental Geology Laboratory
  • GLY 125: Natural Disasters
  • GLY 150 (OCN 150): Introduction to Oceanography
  • GLY 350 (OCN 350): Advanced Oceanography
  • GLY 420: Global Climate Change (PHY 420)
  • GLY 458: Introduction to Coastal Management
  • HST 377: Topics in International History
  • HST 456: Seminar: U.S. in Environmental History
  • INT 480: Global Issues
  • INT 482: Topics in the Global Environment
  • INT 495: Seminar in International Studies
  • SOC 305: Population

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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