Student ID:__________________________ Student Name:_______________________ Advisor Name:_______________________ Catalog: Academic Catalog 2021-2022 Program: International Studies Minor

International Studies Minor

Students minoring in International Studies must complete 24 semester hours in International Studies courses, including 15 hours of core courses, three hours of a foreign language, and six hours of additional elective requirements.  Electives used for the INT major or minor cannot be used toward any other major or minor.

Required Core Courses (15 hours)

Course NameCredits:Term TakenGradeGen Ed
INT 200WI - Introduction to International Studies Credits: 3
ANT 201WI - Cultural Anthropology Credits: 3
GEO 201 - Human Geography Credits: 3
POS 331 - Comparative Government Credits: 3
REL 111 - World Religions Credits: 3
  • Choose one Language Course (three hours)
  • Additional Elective Requirements (6 hours - at least three at the 400-level)

    Course NameCredits:Term TakenGradeGen Ed
    ANT 305 - Advanced Cultural Anthropology: Comparative Cultures

    Prerequisite(s): ANT 201WI.

    Credits: 3
    ANT 311 - Native Americans and the Native Caribbean

    Prerequisite(s): ANT 201WI or ANT 220.

    Credits: 3
    ANT 313 - Indian Cultures of South America Credits: 3
    ANT 315 - Indian Civilizations of Mesoamerica Credits: 3
    ANT 317 - African Diaspora Anthropology and Archaeology Credits: 3
    ANT 325 - Heritage Tourism Credits: 3
    ANT 332 - Hunter-Gatherers Credits: 3
    ANT 340 - Special Topics
    Offered when needed.
    Credits: 3

     

    ANT 420 - Urban Anthropology

    Prerequisite(s): ANT 201WI.

    Credits: 3
    ANT 425 - Medical Anthropology

    Prerequisite(s): ANT 201

    Credits: 3
    ANT 440 - Special Topics
    Offered when needed.
    Credits: 3

     

    CRM 468 - Social Aspects of Terrorism

    Prerequisite(s): CRM 160, CRM 260.

    Credits: 3
    ECO 327 - Environmental Economics

    Prerequisite(s): ECO 101WI or ECO 211.

    Credits: 3
    ECO 331 - International Economics

    Prerequisite(s): ECO 212. 

    Credits: 3
    ECO 340 - Selected Topics

    Prerequisite(s): ECO 212. 

    Credits: 3

     

    ECO 342 - Economics of Public Choice

    Prerequisite(s): ECO 101WI or ECO 211.

    Credits: 3
    ECO 415 - History of Economic Thought and Systems

    Prerequisite(s): ECO 212. 

    Credits: 3
    ECO 430 - Health Economics

    Prerequisite(s): ECO 101WI or ECO 212. 

    Credits: 3
    ECO 440 - Selected Topics with an international dimension/focus

    Prerequisite(s): ECO 212. 

    Credits: 3
    ENG 331 - Great Works of World Literature

    Prerequisite(s): Sophomore standing.

    Credits: 3
    ENG 333 - Postcolonial Literature

    Prerequisite(s): Sophomore standing.

    Credits: 3
    ENG 340 - Selected Topics

    Prerequisite(s): Sophomore standing.

    Credits: 3

     

    ENG 440 - Selected Topics with an international dimension/focus

    Prerequisite(s): Junior standing.

    Credits: 3
    HIS 240 - Selected Topics
    Offered when needed.
    Credits: 1-6

     

    HIS 301 - Early Modern Europe Credits: 3
    HIS 302 - The Age of Revolutions Credits: 3
    HIS 303 - Twentieth-Century Europe Credits: 3
    HIS 304 - Medieval Europe Credits: 3
    HIS 337 - Latin America and the United States Credits: 3
    HIS 340 - Selected Topics
    Offered when needed.
    Credits: 1-6

     

    HIS 362 - Pre-Modern Africa Credits: 3
    HIS 363 - Modern Africa Credits: 3
    HIS 380 - Modern Britain Credits: 3
    HIS 395 - The American War: The Struggle for Independence in Vietnam Credits: 3
    HIS 396 - World War II - The Blitz, D-Day, & the Liberation of France Credits: 3
    HIS 397 - World War II - The Fall of Nazi Germany Credits: 3
    HIS 440 - Selected Topics
    Special studies offered when needed.
    Credits: 1-6

     

    INT 340 - Selected Topics Credits: 3

    or

    INT 440 - Selected Topics Credits: 3

     

    INT 491 - Independent Study

    Prerequisite(s): INT 200WI, minimum 3.0 GPA, permission of instructor.

    Credits: 1-6

    or

    INT 492 - Independent Study

    Prerequisite(s): INT 200WI, minimum 3.0 GPA, permission of instructor.

    Credits: 1-6

    or

    INT 493 - Independent Study

    Prerequisite(s): INT 200WI, minimum 3.0 GPA, permission of instructor.

    Credits: 1-6

     

    LAS 335 - Contemporary Issues In Latin America Credits: 3
    LAS 337 - Latin America and the United States Credits: 3

     

    LAW 375 - International Law Credits: 3
    POS 228WI - Hinduism and India Credits: 3
    POS 301 - International Relations Credits: 3
    POS 325WI - Islam and Politics Credits: 3
    POS 340 - Selected Topics

    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor.

    Credits: 1-6

     

    POS 351 - Global Environmental Politics Credits: 3
    POS 431 - Genocide Credits: 3

     

    POS 432 - Human Rights Credits: 3

     

    POS 433 - Religion and Nationalism in Modern Europe Credits: 3

    or

    POS 435 - Gandhi and Bin Laden Credits: 3

     

    POS 437 - Inequality and Religion Credits: 3

     

    POS 438 - International Political Economy Credits: 3
    POS 439 - Conflict Resolution Credits: 3

     

    POS 440 - Selected Topics courses with an international dimension/focus (e.g. African Politics, Politics of the Developing World, International Political Economy, Emerging Global Powers, U.S. Foreign Policy, Politics of Natural Resources in the Middle East, Politics of Europe, International Law, International Organizations, War and Violence)

    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor.

    Credits: 1-6
    PSY 445 - Cross-Cultural Psychology

    Prerequisite(s): PSY 101 and nine hours of Psychology, and Junior/Senior standing

    Credits: 3
    REL 435 - Gandhi and Bin Laden Credits: 3

    or

    REL 437 - Inequality and Religion Credits: 3

    or

    SOC 468 - Social Aspects of Terrorism

    Prerequisite(s): SOC 101WI and CRM 160.

    Credits: 3

    or

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