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2020-2021 Catalog
International Studies (Bachelor of Arts)

Program Description for International Studies

Major: International Studies Degree: Bachelor of Arts

Informational Text

SUGGESTED PATHS

  • Students may tailor this degree to their specific interests, designing their own route through the options listed below. Alternatively, students may consult the suggested paths, detailed on the International Studies website, related to a variety of professional directions and academic areas. See www.unf.edu/coas/intlstudies/suggested_paths.aspx.
    DOUBLE MAJORS/DUAL DEGREES
  • We provide suggested templates for combining this program of study with several related majors, including anthropology, art history, economics, French studies, history, international business, philosophy, political science, religious studies, Spanish, Social Work, and sociology. See www.unf.edu/coas/intlstudies/double_majors_dual_degrees.aspx
    POLICY ON DOUBLE COUNTING
  • At least 15 credit hours of coursework must be exclusive to this major. Because this major involves a total of 33 credit hours, a student may double–count up to 18 credit hours between this major and other programs of study (majors, minors or graduate-level programs).
    HONORS IN THE MAJOR
  • International Studies offers students the opportunity to earn Honors in the Major, a distinction that is documented on their transcript and diploma. See www.unf.edu/coas/intlstudies/honors_in_the_major.aspx.
    UNDERGRADUATE CERTIFICATE
  • Depending on the electives they choose as part of this major, students in International Studies can earn the UNF Peace Corps Prep Certificate and the Undergraduate Certificate in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) with little or no additional coursework or practical experience. For details, see www.unf.edu/coas/intlstudies/undergraduate_certificates.aspx
    ACCELERATED PATHS INTO GRADUATE PROGRAMS
  • Students in this major can apply to participate in accelerated paths into the selected graduate programs at UNF, including the Master of Arts in International Affairs (MAIA), the Master of Social Work (MSW), the Graduate Certificate in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL). Accepted students are permitted to take a specified number of graduate–level courses (the number varies by graduate program) while still undergraduates, double count those courses to both the B.A. in International Studies and the respective graduate program, and, upon completion of the undergraduate degree, enter the graduate program through an expedited application process. See www.unf.edu/coas/intlstudies/accelerated_paths.aspx.

Foundation (3 credits)

SELECT 1 FROM THE FOLLOWING:

INR 2002 Introduction to International Relations and CPO 2002 Introduction to Compartative Politics are not prerequisites to the major itself, but are the respective prerequisites for INR4603 International Relations: Frameworks of Analysis and CPO 4014 Comparative Politics: Frameworks for Analysis, one of which students must take as a major requirement.

  • INR 2002 Introduction to International Relations (3 Credits)
  • CPO 2002 Introduction to Comparative Politics (3 Credits)

Requisites (14 credits)

Requires grades of C or above. Students in this major must demonstrate competency at the intermediate level in a spoken language other than English. This requirement is usually met by completing the intermediate-level course sequence (Intermediate I and II) in Chinese, French or Spanish, which are the three languages taught consistently at UNF through the intermediate level. Other options are available, however, including for those with existing proficiency. For the full policy on this requirement, see https://goo.gl/hcs7ts

SELECT 2 BEGINNING / 2 INTERMEDIATE

International Educational Experience

Students in this major must complete an international educational experience that involves at least three hours of academic credit. This requirement is usually met through the participation in a study abroad program or an internship with an international focus. All activities must be approved in advance by the program director. Completion of this requirement is marked on a student's transcript through registration in the 0-credit course INS 3950 during the semester of the activity in question. For the full policy on this requirement, see https://goo.gl/WWHE4E

INR3950 Int'l Educ Experience (0 Credits)

Major Requirements (6 credits)

Requires grades of C or above.

INS3003 Intro to Intl Studies (3 Credits)

INS4930 Intl Studies Sen Res Semi (3 Credits)

Prereqs: Senior standing and satisfactory completion of INS3003 Introduction to International Studies

Major Electives (27 credits)

1.SELECT ONE FROM THE FOLLOWING

COURSES ON COMPARATIVE POLITICS AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS:

  • CPO 4014 Comparative Politics: Frameworks for Analysis (3 Credits) Prerequisite: CPO 2002
  • INR 4603 International Relations Frameworks of Analysis (3 credits). Prerequisite: INR 2002

2.SELECT ONE FROM THE FOLLOWING

COURSES ON CULTURE AND SOCIETY:

  • ANT 3212 (CD)(FC) Peoples/Cultures World (3 credits)
  • ANT 3243 Comparative Muslim Cultures (3 credits)
  • ANT 3340 Anthropology of West Indies (3 credits)
  • ANT 3355 The African Diaspora (3 credits)
  • ANT 3610 Linguistic Anthropology
  • ANT 3933 Seminar in Anthropology (3 credits), when topic is international in focus
  • ANT 4352 (FC) Peoples & Cultures of Africa (3 credits)
  • ANT 4362 (FC) Peoples & Cultures of South East Asia (3 credits)
  • ANT 4444 Cities and Globalization (3 credits)
  • ANT 4274 Political Anthropology (3 credits)
  • ANT 3462 Health, Illness & Culture (3 credits)
  • FOT 3931 (FC) Studies in Foreign Culture (3 credits)
  • LAS 3020 (FC) Peoples & Cultures of the Caribbean (3 credits)
  • LAS 3031 (FC) Peoples & Cultures of the Southern Cone (3 credits)
  • LAS 3310 Peoples & Cultures of Mexico (3 credits)
  • SYP 4411 Sociology of War & Peace (3 credits)

3.SELECT ONE FROM THE FOLLOWING

COURSES ON HISTORY:

  • AFH 3450 South Africa (3 credits)
  • AFH 3100 Ancient Africa to 1850 (3 credits)
  • AFH 3200 History of Modern Africa: From 1807-Present (3 credits)
  • AFH 3252 War, Genocide, and HIV (3 credits)
  • AMH 3511 The U.S. in World Affairs (3 credits)
  • AMH 3544 The 1960s & Vietnam (3 credits)
  • ASH 3200 (FC) Ancient Near East (3 credits)
  • ASH 3201 (FC) Ancient Israel (3 credits)
  • ASH 3223 Middle East (3 credits)
  • ASH 3337 Gandhi/Modern India (3 credits)
  • ASH 3401 Contemporary China (3 credits)
  • ASH 3402 Traditional China (3 credits)
  • ASH 3404 Modern China (3 credits)
  • ASH 3440 Japanese Civilization (3 credits)
  • ASH 3441 Japan Before 1868 (3 credits)
  • ASH 3448 (CD)(FC) Hiroshima (3 credits)
  • ASH 3620 Asian Art & Culture (3 credits)
  • ASH 3932 Selected Topics Asian History (3 credits)
  • ASH 4934 Seminar Asian History (3 credits). Prerequisite HIS 3051 Craft of the Historian or permission of instructor
  • EUH 3120 Medieval Europe (3 credits)
  • EUH 3124 The Crusades (3 credits)
  • EUH 3142 Renaissance-Reformation (3 credits)
  • EUH 3205 19th Century Europe (3 credits)
  • EUH 3206 20th Century Europe (3 credits)
  • EUH 3241 The Holocaust (3 credits)
  • EUH 3312 History of Spain (3 credits)
  • EUH 3320 Eastern Europe (3 credits)
  • EUH 3403 (FC) Ancient Greece (3 credits)
  • EUH 3411 (FC) Ancient Rome (3 credits)
  • EUH 3451 France Since 1789 (3 credits)
  • EUH 3453 The French Revolution and Napoleon (3 credits)
  • EUH 3462 Modern Germany (3 credits)
  • EUH 3465 Nazi Germany Power, Society & War in Hitler’s Reich (3 credits)
  • EUH 3466 (FC) Germany Today (3 credits)
  • EUH 3511 Tudor-Stuart England, 1485-1714 (3 credits)
  • EUH 3575 Imperial Russia (3 credits)
  • EUH 3576 Russia Since 1905 (3 credits)
  • EUH 3580 (CD)(FC) Russian Thought and Culture (3 credits)
  • EUH 3581 Russia in Asia (3 credits)
  • EUH 3932 Selected Topics European History (3 credits)
  • EUH 4294 Seminar Modern Europe (3 credits). Prerequisite: HIS 3051 Craft of the Historian or permission of instructor
  • HIS 3307 Modern War (3 credits)
  • HIS 3490 History of Medicine and Disease (3 credits)
  • HIS 4936 Seminars (3 credits). Prerequisite: HIS 3051 or permission of instructor
  • LAH 3300 (CD) (FC) Modern Latin America (3 credits)
  • LAH 3736 (FC) Modern Latin America History through Film (3 credits)
  • LAH 3932 Selected Topics Latin American History (3 credits)
  • LAH 3955 Latin America Abroad (3 credits)
  • LAH 4932 Seminar Latin American History (3 credits) Prerequisite: HIS 3051 or permission of instructor

4.SELECT ONE FROM THE FOLLOWING

COURSES ON ECONOMICS AND GEOGRAPHY:

  • ECO 3701 CD-Contemporary Intl Eco (3 credits).
  • ECO 4933 Special Topics in Economics (3 credits), when topic is international in focus. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor
  • GEA 3405 Geography of Latin America and the Caribbean (3 credits))
  • GEO 3502 Economic Geography (3 credits)
  • GEO 3553 Cultural Dimensions of Eco Geo (3 credits)
  • GEO 4930 Special Topics in Geography (3 credits), when topic is international in focus. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor
  • INR 4703 International Political Economy (3 credits)
  • SYP 3440 Social Change & International Development (3 credits)

5.SELECT ONE FROM THE FOLLOWING

COURSES ON PHILOSOPHY OR RELIGIOUS STUDIES:

  • PHH 3100 Ancient Greek Philosophy (3 credits)
  • PHH 3104 Socrates and the Sophists (3 credits)
  • PHH 3120 (FC) The Greek Experience (3 credits)
  • PHH 3201 Jewish and Islamic Philosophy in the Classical Tradition (3 credits)
  • PHH 3400 Modern Philosophy (3 credits)
  • PHH 3500 Kant to Nietzsche (3 credits)
  • PHH 3810 Introduction to Buddhism (3 credits)
  • PHH 3811 The Philosophy of Zen Buddhism (3 credits)
  • PHH 3820 (FC) Chinese Philosophy (3 credits)
  • PHH 3860 (FC) Japanese Philosophy (3 credits)
  • PHH 4121 Ancient Greek Ethics (3 credits)
  • PHH 3xxx Philosophies of India (3 credits)
  • PHH 4601 Contemporary European Philosophy (3 credits)
  • PHH 4821 Confucianism (3 credits)
  • PHI 3xxx Islamic Philosophy (3 credits)
  • PHI 3880 Philosophy of Film (3 credits)
  • PHI 3664 Ethics East & West (3 credits)
  • PHI 3930 Special Topics (3 credits), when topic is international in focus
  • PHI 3931 East & West Selected Topics (3 credits)
  • PHI 3932 Special Topics in Asian Thought and Practice (3 credits)
  • PHI 3934 Selected Topics in Value Theory (3 credits)
  • PHI 3935 Ancient Greek Philosophy: Special Topics (3 credits)
  • PHI 4930 Special Topics in Philosophy (3 credits), when topic is international in focus
  • PHI 4420 Philosophy of the Social Sciences (3 credits)
  • PHM 3100 Social Philosophy (3 credits)
  • PHM 3128 Philosophy of Race and Racism (3 credits)
  • PHM 3304 Political Philosophy (3 credits)
  • PHM 3361 Philosophy of Democracy (3 credits)
  • PHM 3362 Global Justice (3 credits)
  • PHM 4340 Contemporary Political Philosophy (3 credits)
  • PHP 3786 Existentialism (3 credits)
  • PHP 3790 American Philosophy (3 credits). (When taught as “Philosophy of the Americas”)
  • REL 3101 Religion and Popular Culture (3 credits)
  • REL 3074 (CD) Myths and Rituals (3 credits)
  • REL 3102 (CD) Religion as Culture (3 credits)
  • REL 3127 Religion and the Courts (3 credits)
  • REL 3148 Religion and Violence (3 credits)
  • REL 3111 Religion and Film (3 credits)
  • REL 3146 Women and Religion: The Western Experience (3 credits)
  • REL 3168 Religion and Nature (3 credits)
  • REL 3175 Ethics East and West (3 credits)
  • REL 3213 Hebrew Bible/Old Testament (3 credits)
  • REL 3241 New Testament (3 credits)
  • REL 3340 Introduction to Buddhism (3 credits)
  • REL 3310 Asian Religions (3 credits)
  • REL 3330 Religions of India (3 credits)
  • REL 3345 Zen Buddhism (3 credits)
  • REL 3405 Jewish and Islamic Thought (3 credits)
  • REL 3456 Japanese Philosophy and Religion (3 credits)
  • REL 3457 Chinese Philosophy and Religion (3 credits)
  • REL 3443 Liberation Theologies (3 credits)
  • REL 3505 History of Christian Thought (3 credits)
  • REL 3933 Special Topics: Islam (3 credits)
  • REL 3934 Special Topics: Hinduism (3 credits)
  • REL 3935 Special Topics: Buddhism (3 credits)
  • REL 4930 Advanced Special Topics: Buddhism (3 credits)
  • REL 4936 Advanced Special Topics: Hinduism (3 credits)
  • REL 4937 Advanced Special Topics: Judaism (3 credits)
  • REL 4939 Advanced Special Topics: Islam (3 credits)

6.SELECT ONE FROM THE FOLLOWING

COURSES ON LITERATURE, FILM, AND THE FINE ARTS:

  • ARH 3574 Early Islamic Art (3 credits
  • ARH 3571 Islamic Architecture (3 credits)
  • ARH 3130 The Art and Archeology of Ancient Greece (3 credits)
  • ARH 3150 The Art and Architecture of Ancient Rome (3 credits)
  • ARH 3211 Early Medieval Art and Architecture (3 credits)
  • ARH 3250 Romanesque Art and Architecture (3 credits)
  • ARH 3253 Gothic Art and Architecture (3 credits)
  • ARH 3302 Italian Renaissance Art (3 credits)
  • ARH 3319 The Art and Architecture of Michelangelo (3 credits)
  • ARH 3331 Northern Renaissance Art (3 credits)
  • ARH 3350 Baroque Art (3 credits)
  • ARH 3354 Rubens to Rembrandt Netherlandish Baroque Art (3 credits)
  • ARH 3404 British Art Hogarth to Hirst (3 credits)
  • ARH 3410 Modern European Art I (3 credits)
  • ARH 3434 Modern European Art II (3 credits)
  • ARH 3453 Post War Art: 1940-1980 (3 credits)
  • ARH 3475 Contemporary Art 1980 to Present (3 credits)
  • ARH 3583 Tribal Arts (3 credits)
  • ARH 3843 Studies in Irish Art and Architecture (3 credits)
  • ARH 3883 The Apocalypse in Medieval and Early Modern Art (3 credits)
  • ARH 3930: Special Topics in Art History (3 credits), when topic is international in focus.
  • ARH 3955 Art History on Site (1-3 credits)
  • ENL 3132 History of the Later British Novel (3 credits)
  • ENL 3203 Old English (3 credits)
  • ENL 3333 Shakespeare (3 credits)
  • ENL 4210 Studies in Medieval Literature (3 credits)
  • ENL 4220 Studies in Renaissance Literature (3 credits)
  • ENL 4230 Topics in Restoration and 18th Century British Literature (3 credits)
  • ENL 4240 Studies in British Romantic Literature (3 credits)
  • ENL 4251 Studies in Victorian Literature (3 credits)
  • FIL 3828 International Film Survey (3 credits) Prerequisite: Sophomore, junior or senior standing
  • FIL 4822 French Cinema (3 credits)
  • FIL 4843 Asian Cinema (3 credits)
  • FIL 4848 World Cinema and the Cross-Cultural Encounter (3 credits)
  • FRE 3350 Reading French Lit and Culture (3 credits). Prerequisites: FRE 2240, FRE 2241
  • FRW 3100 Survey of French Lit Pre-19th Century (3 credits). Prerequisite: FRE 3350 or FRE 3300 or permission of the instructor
  • FRW 4930 Special Topics in French Literature (3 credits) Prerequisite: FRE 3350 or FRE 3300 or permission of the instructor
  • LAS 3132 Women and Violence in Latin American Literature and Film (3 credits)
  • LIT 3193 (FC) Literature of the East (3 credits)
  • LIT 4650 Comparative Literature (3 credits)
  • SPW 4600 Don Quixote: Hero or Fool? (3 credits). Prerequisite: SPW3030
  • SPW 4523 Women’s Literature in Latin America (3 credits) Prerequisite: SPW3030
  • SPW 4302 Hispanic Theatre From Text To Stage (3 credits) Prerequisite: SPW3030
  • SPW 4192 Food in Latin American Literature and Culture (3 credits) Prerequisite: SPW3030
  • SPW 4194 Pirates in Hispanic Literature and Culture (3 credits) Prerequisite: SPW3030
  • SPW 3030 Introduction to Literature in Spanish (3 credits) Prerequisite: SPN3242 and SPN3300, or permission of the instructor or department
  • SPW 3471 Studies in Colonial and 19th C. Latin American Literature (3 credits). Prerequisite: SPW3030
  • SPW 3498 Studies in Contemporary Latin American Literature (3 credits). Prerequisite: SPW3030
  • SPW 3409 Studies in Medieval and Golden Age Spanish Literature (3 credits). Prerequisite: SPW3030
  • SPW 3105 Studies in Contemporary Spanish Literature (3 credits). Prerequisite: SPW3030
  • SPW 3391 Spanish Cinema (3 credits). Prerequisite: SPW3030
  • SPW 3399 Latin American Cinema (3 credits) Prerequisite: SPW3030
  • SPW 4373 Technology and the Latin American Short Story (3 credits). Prerequisite: SPW3030

7.SELECT ONE FROM THE FOLLOWING

COURSES ON METHODS, THEORIES AND SKILLS:

  • ANT 4083 Quantitative Methods in Anthropology (3 credits)
  • ANT 4497 Ethnographic Methods (3 credits)
  • ENG 3816 Digital Methods in Literary Studies (3 credits)
  • ENG 4004 Research Methods in English (3 credits)
  • COM 4561 Strategic Social Media (3 credits)
  • DIG 3152 Introduction to Electronic Textual Editing (3 credits)
  • DIG 3176 Introduction to the Digital Humanities (3 credits)
  • DIG 4944 Digital Humanities Internship (3 credits) Prerequisites: At least nine hours within the Digital Humanities minor, minimum GPA: 2.75
  • DIG 4588 Digital Humanities Studio (3 credits). Prerequisite: At least nine hours within the Digital Humanities minor
  • ECO 3421 Econometrics (3 credits). Prerequisites: ECO 3411, ECO 2013, and ECO 2023
  • ENG 3930 Special Topics in Literary and Cultural Theory (3 credits). Prerequisite: Junior standing or permission of instructor.
  • FIL 3363 Documentary Production (3 credits)
  • FIL 4361 Audio Documentary and Podcasting (3 credits)
  • FIL 4940 Internship in Film Administration (3 credits)
  • FIL 4945 Internship in Film Production (3 credits)
  • FIN 4604 International Finance (3 credits). Prerequisite : FIN3403
  • FRE 3430 French for Professions (3 credits). Prerequisite: FRE 3283 or FRE 3300 or permission of the instructor
  • FRT 3800 French Translation Techniques (3 credits) Prerequisite: FRE 3350 or FRE 3300 or permission of the instructor
  • GIS 3043 Introduction to Geographic Information Systems (3 credits)
  • HIS 4940 Internship in History (3 credits). Prerequisite : : History major or minor, 3.0 GPA, junior or senior standing, and permission of the department chair
  • INS 4941 International Studies Internship (3 credits). Prerequisites: INS 3003 Introduction to International Studies, and three additional upper-level courses within the major. Minimum GPA: 2.75.
  • LIT 4940 Practicum: English (1-6 credits)
  • MAN 4942 Management Internship (3 credits). Prerequisite : MAN 3025 and MAN 3504
  • MMC 4420 Mass Communications Research (3 credits) Prerequisites: MMC 1004; MMC 3105; MMC 3614; and STA 2014 or STA 2023
  • MMC 4422 Advertising & PR Research (3 credits) Prerequisite: MMC 1004; MMC 3105; and ADV 3008 or PUR 3000
  • PHI 3084 Philosophical Methods (3 credits)
  • POS 3733 Research Design for Political Scientists (3 credits)
  • REL 3040 Religion Theory & Methods (3 credits)
  • REL 3102 (CD) Religion as Culture (3 credits)
  • POS 4945: Internship/Field Experience (1-6 credits). Prerequisite: Consent of instructor
  • RTV 3260 Single Camera Video Production (3 credits). Prerequisites: MMC 4500 and MMC 1004 and MMC 3105 (prerequisites may be waived for International Studies majors; contact School of Communication)
  • SOW 3403 Social Work Research Methods (3 credits)
  • SPC 4064 Public Speaking for Professionals (3 credits)
  • SPN 3013 Spanish for Business (3 credits). Prerequisite: SPN 3300 and SPN 3242 or permission of instructor
  • SPN 3036 Spanish for Health Professions (3 credits). Prerequisite: SPN 3242; SPN 3300 or SPN 3350
  • SPN 4940 Internship for Service/Employment in Spanish (3 credits). Prerequisites: SPN 3242, SPN 3300, SPW 3030 and two additional 3000/4000 level SPN/SPW courses, minimum GPA: 2.5
  • SYA 3310 Qualitative Research Methods (3 credits) Prerequisite: SYA 3300
  • TSL 4340 TESOL Methods and Curriculum (3 credits) Prerequisites: RED 3310 and TSL 3080 or as prescribed by the program of study
  • TSL 4360 TESOL Methods and Curriculum for Secondary Teachers (3 credits). Prerequisite: TSL 3080

8.SELECT TWO FROM THE FOLLOWING

COURSES ON VARIOUS TOPICS. Any course listed in the preceding sections can also be a valid elective in this section.

  • ANT 3311 (FC) Indians of the Southeastern U. S. (3 credits)
  • ANT 3312 (CD)(FC) North American Indians (3 credits)
  • ASN 3106 Women and Gender in East Asia (3 credits)
  • CHI 3930 Special Topics in Chinese (3 credits)
  • CHT 3500 Chinese Culture (3 credits)
  • COM 4430 International Communication (3 credits). Prerequisites: SPC 2608, SPC 4064, MMC 3614 or permission of instructor
  • CPO 3123 Politics & Society in Britain & Ireland (3 credits)
  • CPO 3151 Politics & Society in France (3 credits)
  • CPO 3213 Politics & Society in Sub-Saharan Africa (3 credits)
  • CPO 3351 Politics & Society in Brazil (3 credits)
  • CPO 3402 Politics of Pakistan and Afghanistan (3 credits)
  • CPO 3643 Politics & Society in Russia (3 credits)
  • CPO 4034 Politics of Developing Countries (3 credits) Prerequisite: CPO 2002 or consent of instructor
  • CPO 4930 Topics in Comparative Politics (3 credits), when topic is international in focus. Prerequisite: CPO 2002 or permission of instructor
  • ECO 3704 International Trade (3 credits). Prerequisite: ECO 2023
  • ECO 4504 Public Finance (3 credits). Prerequisites: ECO 2013, ECO 2023 or permission of instructor
  • ECO 4713 International Monetary System (3 credits). Prerequisite: ECO 3203
  • ECS 3303 Current Issues in the Econ of EU (3 credits). Prerequisites: ECO 2013 or ECO 2023 or consent of the instructor
  • ECS 3403 Current Issues in Eco of Latin America (3 credits). Prerequisites: ECO 2013 or ECO 2023 or consent of instructor
  • FOL 3930 Special Topics in Foreign Language (3-12 credits)
  • FOL 3953 Advanced Foreign Language Study Abroad (3 credits).
  • FOT 3931 (FC) Studies of Foreign Cultures (3 credits).
  • FRE 3502 French and Francophone Cultures (3 credits). Prerequisite: FRE 3300
  • FRE 4501 France Today (3 credits). Prerequisite: FRE 3283 or FRE 3350 or FRE 3300 or permission of instructor
  • FRE 4930 Special Topics in French Culture (3 credits). Prerequisite: FRE 3300 or FRE 3350 or permission of the instructor
  • FRT 3550 Faces of France (3 credits)
  • GIS 4048 Intermediate Geographic Information Systems (3 credits). Prerequisite: GIS 3043
  • HSC 4624 Global Health (3 credits)
  • HSC 4931 Special Topics (when topic is international in in focus) (3 credits)
  • INS 4905 Directed Independent Study (3 credits). Prerequisite: Permission of instructor
  • INR 3016 Global Issues in Contemporary Politics (3 credits)
  • INR 3084 Terrorism Today (3 credits)
  • INR 3102 Real Policy World (3 credits)
  • INR 3153 American Foreign Policy in the Middle East (3 credits)
  • INR 3248 (FC) US Caribbean/Central America Relations (3 credits)
  • INR 3443 International Law & Organization (3 credits). Prerequisite: INR 2002
  • INR 4334 American Defense in the Age of Mass Destruction (3 credits). Prerequisite: POS 2041 or consent of instructor
  • INR 4703 International Political Economy (3 credits)
  • INS 3951 Study Abroad Reflection and Synthesis (1 credit). Prerequisite: Permission of program director
  • LAS 3130 Latin American Pop Culture (3 credits)
  • LDR 4263 Community Leadership Practicum (3 credits). Prerequisites: LDR 3003, LDR 3320
  • MAN 4064 Organizational Ethics: A Global Perspective (3 credits). Prerequisite: MAN 3025 or permission of the instructor
  • MAN 4201 Organization Theory (3 credits). Prerequisite: MAN 3025
  • PGY 3952C Study Abroad Photography in Italy (3 credits)
  • POT 4314 Democratic Theory (3 credits)
  • SOP 3515 Fundamentals of Conflict Transformation (3 credits)
  • SPN 3510 Cultures of Spain (3 credits). Prerequisites: SPN3242, and SPN3300 or SPN3350
  • SPN 3524 Latin American Cultures (3 credits). Prerequisites: SPN3242, and SPN3300 or SPN3350
  • SPN 3503 U.S. Hispanic Cultures. Prerequisite: SPN 3242, and SPN 3300 or SPN 3350
  • SPN 4541 Advanced Studies in Hispanic Culture (3 credits). Prerequisite: SPW 3030 and SPN 3501, or permission from the course instructor or department chair.
  • SPN 3350 Spanish for Heritage Speakers (3 credits). Prerequisite: Open only to native/heritage speakers of Spanish
  • SPN 3351 Communication and Communities for Heritage Speakers of Spanish (3 credits). Prerequisite: Open only to native/heritage speakers of Spanish
  • SPN 3860 Digital Textual Editing in Spanish (3 credits). Prerequisites: SPN 3242, and SPN 3300 or SPN 3350, or by permission of instructor.
  • SYA 4010 Sociological Theory (3 credits). Prerequisites: SYG 2000 or SYG 2013, six hours of upper-division courses with prefixes SYA, SYD, SYG, SYO, SYP
  • SYA 4943 Sociology Internship (3 credits). Prerequisite: SYA 3300
  • TSL 3xxx Principles and Issues in TESOL (3 credits)
  • TSL 4240 Applied Linguistics and Grammar in TESOL (3 credits)
    When selecting electives, students should consult the list of current offerings published each semester by the International Studies Program, which may contain special topics courses and others that do not appear on this list. See https://goo.gl/vfjwRS.
    Please review the course descriptions in the online catalog and work with your advisor to ensure that needed prerequisites, as indicated, have been met. Students interested in courses with multiple prerequisites may consider minoring or pursuing a double major/dual degree in the respective area.

Minor Required

A minor is required for this major.* (Credits will vary)
The minor must be selected from the list of approved minors, including those outside the college of the major.
See List of Minors in the Undergraduate Catalog. Minors are generally completed during the last 60 credit hours of your program. Your minor may require prerequisites, so choosing a minor early is beneficial. See your Advisor to declare a minor.
*(Double majors are exempt from a minor.)