International Studies

Core Requirement Courses

The following courses are included as core courses.

  • INT 105 - Introduction to International Studies
  • Geographic/Environmental Awareness. One of:
    • BIO 150 - Humans and Ecology
    • EVS 195 - Introduction to Environmental Studies
    • EVS 205 - Global Environmental Issues
    • GGY 140 - Introduction to Human Geography
    • GGY 180 - World Geography I
    • GGY 181 - World Geography II
    • OCN 150 - Introduction to Oceanography
  • Political/Economic Awareness. One of:
    • ECN 250 - Capitalism and the Global Market
    • INT 200 - Global Capitalism and its Discontents
    • PLS 111 - Politics and Government in Global Perspective
    • PLS 220 - Introduction to International Relations
  • Social/Cultural Awareness. One of:
    • ANT 105 - Introduction to Anthropology
    • ANT 205 - Human Societies
    • ENG 111 - Introduction to Literature Global Emphasis
    • ENG 225 - World Literature to 1600
    • ENG 226 - World Literature since 1600
    • FNA 101 - Cultures of the World through Music and Dance
    • HST 103 - Introduction to Global History 1500-1848
    • HST 104 - Introduction to Global History since 1848
    • PAR 230 - Judaism, Christianity and Islam
    • PAR 232 - Asian Religion
    • SWK 106 - Social Work Global Visions: Citizens, Issues and Approaches
  • INT 300 - Interdisciplinarity and International Studies
    • Prerequisite: INT 105, and International Studies major or minor
  • INT 490 - Senior Seminar in International Studies
    • INT 300, and International Studies major, and second semester junior or senior standing.

Please Note: Courses used to satisfy core requirements cannot be used to satisfy the concentration requirements.