International Area Studies, Minor
Information in this area is of a highly specialized nature, depending largely upon the student’s major field. It is strongly recommended that the student contact the international area studies advisor, Dr. Scott Bennett, so that an individualized course of study may be implemented as early as possible.
A minimum of 18 credits above the 111/112 level, within a minimum of three different disciplines as listed below. Possible courses are given as examples only. Specific courses are to be decided by the student and the advisor together. Courses in the minor may also be used to meet applicable requirements in General Education or in the student’s major(s) or other minor(s).
Foreign language proficiency will be determined by successful completion (minimum grade of C) of a 300-level course taught in the target language.
A senior project is to be completed on a subject related to the program studied, under the direction of one or more faculty members cooperating in the program.
|EC382||International Finance & Economics||3|
|EC481||Comparative Economic Systems||3|
|HST120||World History Survey I||3|
|HST121||World History Survey II||3|
|HST220||Modern Asian History||3|
|HST340||Mediterranean Encounters 1100-1700||3|
|HST390||Special Topics in History||3|
|SP350||Hispanic Women in Life & Literature||3|
|SP418||Latin America: Past & Present||3|
|SP419||Contemporary Latin American Culture||3|
|RS340||A Survey of Eastern Religious Thought||3|