Sep 22, 2018  
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog (As of 10-03-17) 
    
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog (As of 10-03-17) [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

International Studies Minor


Credit hours: 18

Select one course from each of the following two categories:


Category II: International Politics, History, Geography, Economics, Culture and Literature


Electives: 9 credit hours


Nine credit hours dircted towards a non-US geographic area (Africa, Asia, Europe, or Latin America) chosen from the lists of courses below, or by taking nine credit hours from INTL courses at the 200-level or above excluding INTL 350 , INTL 401 , and INTL 495 .

Note:


Other Departmental and Program topics, special topics, selected topics, research seminars, tutorials, independent study, and bachelor’s essay courses will also be counted when their content is 1/3 focused on the Africa region as determined by the director of International Studies.

Asia Focus (9 credit hours)


Note:


Other Departmental and Program topics, special topics, selected topics, research seminars, tutorials, independent study, and bachelor’s essay courses will also be counted when their content is 1/3 focused on the Asia region as determined by the director of International Studies.

Europe Focus (9 credit hours)


Note:


*Courses marked with an asterisk are taught in that language.

Other Departmental and Program topics, special topics, selected topics, research seminars, tutorials, independent study, and bachelor’s essay courses will also be counted when their content is 1/3 focused on the Europe region as determined by the director of International Studies.

Latin America and the Caribbean Focus (9 credit hours)


Note:


*Courses marked with an asterisk are taught in that language.

Other Departmental and Program topics, special topics, selected topics, research seminars, tutorials, independent study, and bachelor’s essay courses will also be counted when their content is 1/3 focused on the Latin America and/or Caribbean region as determined by the director of International Studies.