20 semester hours
The International Studies minor provides students with an opportunity to explore and learn from a multi-disciplinary perspective how to live and work in a complex and diverse world.
The goals of this minor are twofold: 1) to help students gain the knowledge and information necessary to live and work effectively and harmoniously in our complex world; and 2) to help students develop critical thinking and analytical skills by using an international perspective to recognize and understand the diversity of people and cultures in the world.
The minor will be attractive to students interested in international business and government, as well as to fields such as education, nursing, and social work, where graduates will interact with people of diverse cultures.
|PSC1XXX||Introduction to Global Political Issues (4)|
|PSC4XXX||Comparative Political Systems and Public Policies (4)|
Electives: Choose a minimum of 14 semester hours from the list below:
|BUS3500||International Business (3)|
|COM3500||Intercultural Communication (3)|
|CRJ3010||International Crime and Justice (3)|
|HIS3450||Latin American History (4)|
|HIS3700||History of the Middle East (4)|
|HIS3750||The Far East (4)|
|REL1050||An Introduction to World Religions (4)|
|REL2310||The Faiths of Abraham (4)|
|REL2320||The Faiths of India (4)|
|SOC2150||Cultural Anthropology (3)|
|SOC/PSC3400||Social Problems and Public Policies (4)|
|SOC/PSC3480||Globalization and Social Change (4)|
|SOC4500||Human Rights and Social Justice (4)|
|SPN2400||Advanced Spanish Skills (3)|
NOTE: Students may petition to include a maximum of 4 semester hours of credit earned in an Internship in a foreign country toward completion of the minor. A maximum of 4 semester hours earned in study-abroad programs, including international May term coursework, can count toward completion of the minor with the prior approval of the instructor.