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Fall 2020 Course Offerings (for students under the 2020-2021 catalog)

This page lists Fall 2020 courses that count toward the International Studies major and minor. This document is for use by students who are under the 2020-2021 catalog. International Studies majors who are under catalogs from prior years should consult this page instead. Talk to David Kersey in COAS Academic Advising if you need guidance on this.


A few reminders:

  • Students should consult with their academic adviser each semester to ensure that they are making appropriate progress toward completion of their degree. Make an appointment through MyWings. Also, see our Advising Checklist.
  • Students in the International Studies major should begin completion of the Foreign Language Requirement as early as possible. For help, see Foreign Language Study.
  • Further information on courses, including times and locations, can be found in the online course schedule.
  • Courses listed here are subject to change and cancellation.
  • Students must meet established prerequisites to enroll in any course.
  • This list is subject to revision. Courses will not be removed, unless canceled or listed in error, but corrections may be made, or additional courses added. 

Suggested Lower-Level Electives 

WOH1012 (GW) World History I (online)

WOH1022 (GW) World History II (online)


These lower-level courses are not required prerequisites for any upper-level courses on this list, and cannot count toward the International Studies major itself. They are, however, good preparation for upper-level courses in history, international relations and other areas. Both are options in the "Thinking Critically" category of UNF's General Education Requirements. Both also count toward the Gordon Rule writing requirement.

Foundation Courses

CPO2002 Intro To Comparative Politics (online)

INR2002 Intro to Intl Relations (online)


CPO2002 Introduction to Comparative Politics and INR2002 Introduction to International Relations 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 International Studies majors must take as a major elective.

Required International Educational Experience

INS3950 0 Exp: Int'l Educ Experience


This is the 0-credit course used to mark completion of the International Educational Experience requirement on your transcript. You must register for this course in the semester during which your activity takes place. Permission is required to enroll. See Registering for and Completing INS3950 for instructions.

Foreign Language Courses

This section lists only beginning- and intermediate-level language courses. Upper-level courses taught in Chinese, French and Spanish, on composition, conversation, literature, culture and other topics, are listed in the blocks of electives below.


CHI1120 Beginning Chinese I (in-person)

CHI2200 Intermediate Chinese I (in-person)

FOL1100 Beginning Arabic I (in-person)

FRE1120 Beginning French I (in-person)

FRE1121 Beginning French II (in-person)

FRE2240 Intermediate French I (in-person)

FRE2241 Intermediate French II (in-person)

GER1120 Beginning German I (in-person)

GER2200 Intermediate German I (in-person)

SPN1120 Beginning Spanish I (a 4-credit course, with 3 hours in-person and 1 hour online)

SPN1121 Beginning Spanish II (in-person)

SPN2201 Intermediate Spanish II (in-person)

Major Requirement

INS4930 Intl Studies Sen Res Semi (online)


INS4930 is only offered fall semesters. Any student graduating Fall 2020, Spring 2021 or Summer 2021 should take INS4930 in Fall 2020. This also applies to anyone who is graduating during the 2021-2022 academic year, but who plans to study abroad in Fall 2021.

Major Electives

Comparative Politics and International Relations

You need one three-hour course in this category.

CPO4014 Framewk: Analy Comp Pol (online)

Culture and Society

You need one three-hour course in this category.

ANT3212 (CD)(FC) Peoples/Cultures World (in-person and online)

ANT4931 Peoples and Cultures of Mexico (hybrid)

ANT4931 Globalization and Development (in-person)

LAS3020 (FC) Peoples/Cultures Caribbean (online)

SYO4400 Health, Illness, and Society (in-person)

History

You need one three-hour course in this category.

AFH4990 Exp- Sem: Modern South Africa (in-person)

AMH3932 ST: US Foreign Policy (in-person)

AMH5515 U.S. in World Affairs (in-person)

ASH3223 (CD)(FC)Middle East (in-person)

ASH3402 Traditional China (in-person)

ASH3440 (CD)(FC) Japanese Civilization (in-person)

LAH3300 (CD)(FC) Latin America (in-person)

LAH3424 (CD/FC) Aztec/Incas/Maya (in-person)

EUH3403 (FC) Ancient Greece (in-person)

EUH3465 Nazi Germany (online)

EUH3932 ST:Revolution & Empire- France (in-person)

HIS4936 Sem: The Ottomans (in-person)

Economics and Geography

You need one three-hour course in this category.

GEA3405 Geo of Latin Amer and Carib (in-person)

GEO3502 Economic Geography (in-person)

ECO3701 CD-Contemporary Intl Eco (in-person)

ECO3704 International Trade (hybrid)

GEO3553 Cultural Dimensions of Eco Geo (in-person)

SYP3440 Social Change/Intl Development (online)

Philosophy and Religious Studies

You need one three-hour course in this category.

PHH3104 Socrates and the Sophists (in-person)

PHH3810 Introduction to Buddhism (in-person)

REL3241 New Testament (in-person)

REL3102 CD- Religion as Culture (in-person)

REL3935 Introduction to Buddhism (in-person)

Literature, Film, and the Fine Arts

You need one three-hour course in this category.

ARH3150 Art Arch Ancient Rome (in-person)

ARH3202 Medieval Art and Arch. (in-person)

ARH3302 Italian Renaissance Art (in-person)

ARH3410 Modern European Art I (in-person)

ARH3453 Post War Art: 1940-1980 (in-person)

ART3930 Italian Film (in-person)

ART3930 Philosophy of Film (in-person)

CHT3500 (FC) Chinese Culture (in-person)

ENL3333 Shakespeare (in-person)

FIL3006 Analyzing Films (in-person)

FIL4828 International Film Survey (in-person)

FIL4843 Asian Cinema (in-person)

SPW3030 Intro to Lit in Spanish (in-person)

SPW3409 Medieval/Golden Age Span. Lit. (in-person)

Methods, Theories and Skills

You need one three-hour course in this category.

ANT4497 Ethnographic Methods (in-person)

ENC4403 Grant Writing (online)

FIL3363 Documentary Production (in-person)

FIL4361 Documentary Podcast (in-person)

FRE3300 French Grammar and Composition (in-person)

FRT3800 French Translation Techniques (in-person)

GIS3043 Introduction to GIS (in-person and online)

GIS4048 Intermediate GIS (in-person)

HIS3051 (GW) Craft Of The Historian (in-person)

IDH4990 Aerial Surveillance: Drones, Kites and 3D Models (in-person)

INS4941 Int'l Studies Internship (see program policy on Academic Credit for Internships)

PHI3084 Philosophical Methods (in-person)

PHI3640 Environmental Ethics (in-person)

POS3733 Research Design for Poli Sci (in-person and online)

SYA3310 Qualitative Research Methods (in-person)

SYA4010 Sociological Theory (in-person)

Various Topics

You need three three-hour courses in this category. Any course listed in the preceding sections can also be a valid elective in this category.

ANT3101 Fundamentals of Archaeology (in-person)

ANT3312 (CD)(FC) North American Indians (in-person and online)

ANT3414 Princ Socio Cult Anthro (in-person)

ANT3514 Princ of Physical Anthropology (in-person)

ANT3610 Linguistic Anthropology (in-person)

ANT4025 The Anthropology of Death (in-person)

ANT4115 Archaeological Res Strategies (in-person)

ANT4180 Arch Lab Methods (in-person)

ANT4241 Anthropology of Religion (in-person)

ANT4620 Language, Culture, and Society (in-person)

AMH5934 ST: Southeastern Indians (in-person)

ANT 4821 Arch Field Methods (in-person)

CPO3213 (FC) Subsaharan Africa (in-person)

CPO3643 (FC) Pol/Society in Russia (online)

ENC3250 (GW) Prof. Comm (in-person and online)

GEO3372 Conservation of Nat Resources (in-person)

HSC4674 Global Health WASH (Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene) (online)

HSC4931 ST:Global Immig / Refugee Hlth (online)

HIS3932 ST: Community & Sustainability (in-person)

INR3016 Global Issues in Contemp Pol (in-person and online)

INR3084 Terrorism Today (in-person)

INR3102 Real Policy World (hybrid)

INR3153 U.S. Mideast Policy (in-person)

MAN4600 International Management (in-person and online)

PHI4220 Philosophy of Language (in-person)

PHM3020 Philosophy of Love and Sex (in-person)

POS3931 Politics of Peace and Conflict (in-person)

PGY4944C Photo Practicum: Italian Film (in-person)

REL3936 Religion, Lit., and the Arts (in-person)

SPN3242 Spanish Conversation (in-person)

SPN3300 Spanish Composition (online)

SPN3350 Spanish for Heritage Speakers (in-person)

SPN3524 Latin American Cultures (online)

SPN4400 Advanced Spanish Composition (hybrid)

SOW3293 Social Work Communication (in-person)

SOW3620 Soc Work with Diverse Groups (online) [Open to Social Work majors only in Fall 2020, but a student doing a dual degree in INS and Social Work could count this here.]

SYD3700 (CD) Racial/Ethnic Minorities (in-person and online)

SYD3800 (CD) Gender and Society (online)

SYD4510 Environment and Society (online)

SYO3110 Sociology of Sexualities (online)

SYO4100 Sociology of the Family (online)

SYO4200 Sociology of Religion (in-person)

SYO4300 Political Sociology (in-person)

SYO4370 Sociology of Work (online)

SYO4400 Health, Illness, and Society (in-person)

SYP4730 Sociology of Aging (online)


Last updated: 3/20/20