International Studies - Undergraduate Minor

A minor in International Studies consists of 18 credit hours of approved interdisciplinary course work of which at least 12 are upper division (300 level or above). No more than 3 credits of Independent Study may be applied to the minor and only 2 courses (6 credits) may be double counted with the course of the student’s major(s).  Students must maintain a minimum 2.5 GPA.

Prefix Title Credits
Required Coursework
Other courses, than those listed below, may be substituted if approved by advisor and Dept of Languages and Linguistics.
Introductory Course:
ANTH 1140GIntroduction to Cultural Anthropology3
or HNRS 2165G Introduction to Humanities in the 21st Century
International Experience:
Faculty led programs or semester abroad.
ARSC 3130Faculty Led International Travel3
Choose one from the following:3
Magic Witchcraft and Religion3
Food and Culture Around the World3
Communication and Culture3
International Communication3
World Literature I3
Studies in Francophone Cultures3
Studies in Francophone Cultures Around the World3
Representing Women Across Cultures3
Introduction to German Literature3
Ethics and Global Poverty3
Comparative Global Family Systems3
Introduction to Hispanic Literature3
Hispanic Cultures3
Women & Immigration3
Transnational Feminisms3
Women Crossing Borders3
Choose one from the following:3
World Regional Geography3
Human Geography3
Cultural Geography3
World History I3
World History II3
East Asia to 16003
East Asia since 1600
Islamic Civilization to 15003
Islamic Civilizations since 1800
Modern Latin America3
Gender in East Asian History3
Choose one from the following:3
Developing Nations3
Business French3
International Marketing3
International Business and Economic Environments3
International Economics3
International Finance3
Comparative International Management3
International Marketing3
International Relations3
Model United Nations3
Management of Nonprofit Organizations3
International Relations Theory3
International Relations Theory3
International Political Economy3
American Foreign Policy3
International Law3
Choose one from the following:3
World Agriculture and Food Problems3
Agricultural Animals of the World3
Food and Culture Around the World3
Management of Change, Diffusion, and Adoption of Innovations3
Natural Resource Economics3
Multicultural Education3
Introduction to Natural Resources Management4
Management of Nonprofit Organizations3
Global Environmental Health Issues3
Foundations of Community Health Education3
International Health Problems3
Comparative Global Family Systems3
Total Credits18