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Spring 2019 Course Offerings

 

This page lists Spring 2019 courses that count toward the International Studies major and minor.

A few reminders:

  • Students should consult with their academic advisor each semester to ensure that they are making appropriate progress toward completion of their degree. Make an appointment through MyWings or see Advising for International Studies for contact information. 
  • To review the current requirements for the International Studies major and minor, see Programs of Study for International Studies. (If you entered UNF prior to the 2017-2018 year, your requirements may be slightly different, as some catalog changes have taken place. See your advisor for assistance.)
  • Students in the International Studies major should begin completion of the Foreign Language Requirement list as early as possible. For help, see The Foreign Language Study.
  • Further information on courses, including times and locations, can be found in the online course schedule information.
  • Courses listed here are subject to change and cancellation.
  • Students must meet established prerequisites to enroll in any course.
  • If a particular elective course is relevant to your academic or professional interests but is not listed for your concentration, contact your advisor or Clayton McCarl, program director.
  • This list is subject to revision. Courses will not be removed, unless listed in error, but corrections may be made, or additional courses added.

Suggested Lower-Level Electives

WOH1012 (GW) World History I (online and on campus)

WOH1022 (GW) World History II (online and on campus)

(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.)

Recommended Foundation Courses

CPO2002 3 Intro To Comparative Politics
INR2002 3 Intro to Intl Relations (online)

(These courses are not required for entry into the program, but are, respectively, the required prerequisites for the two "Frameworks" options in the core.)

Core Courses

Required

ANT3212 3 (CD)(FC) Peoples/Cultures World (online and in-person)

ECO3701 3 CD-Contemporary Intl Eco

GEO3553 3 Cultural Dimensions of Eco Geo

INS3003 Introduction to International Studies

INS4930 3 Int'l Studies Senior Research Seminar

Frameworks option

INR4603 3 Framewk: Analy Int Rel

Methodology options

ANT4083 3 Quantitative Methods in Anthro

GIS3043 3 Introduction to GIS 

HIS3051 3 (GW) Craft Of The Historian

POS3733 3 Research Design for Poli Sci (online and in-person)

Note: Methods courses in other disciplinary areas will considered as possible substitutes on a case-by-case basis, by consultation with the program director.

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 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

CHI1121 4 Beginning Chinese II

CHI2201 3 Intermediate Chinese II

FRE1120 4 Beginning French I

FRE1121 4 Beginning French II

FRE2241 3 Intermediate French II

FRE3283 3 Fren Listening/Speaking Skills

FRT3800 3 French Translation Techniques

GER1121 4 Beginning German II

SPN1120 4 Beginning Spanish I

SPN1121 4 Beginning Spanish II

SPN2200 3 Intermediate Spanish I

SPN2201 3 Intermediate Spanish II

SPN3036 3 Spanish for Health Professions (hybrid)

SPN3242 3 Spanish Conversation

SPN3300 3 Spanish Composition (online)

SPN3351 3 Communication and Communities for Heritage Speakers of Spanish

Electives

Valid for All Concentrations

INS4941 3 Exp: Int'l Studies Internship (see program policy on Academic Credit for Internships)


Asian Studies Concentration

ASH3402 3 Traditional China

ASH3440 3 (CD)(FC) Japanese Civilization

ASH4934 3 Sem: Women & Gender in China

CHT3500 3 Chinese Culture

FIL4931 3 Anime Cinema

PHI3931 3 Islamic Philosophy & Practice

Latin American Studies Concentration

FOT3931 3 (FC) Women/Violence in Lat Am

LAH3932 3 Conquistadors

LAS3031 3 (FC) Peoples/Cultures of the South Cone

SPN3351 3 Communication and Communities for Heritage Speakers of Spanish

SPW3030 3 Intro to Lit in Spanish

Middle Eastern/African Studies Concentration

ARH3930 3 Early Islamic Art

ASH3201 3 (FC) Ancient Israel

ASH4934 3 Sem: War and Migration in the Middle East

AFH3252 3 War, Genocide, and HIV

PHI3931/REL3933 3 Islamic Philosophy & Practice

European Studies Concentration

ARH3250 3 Romanesque Art

ARH3350 3 Baroque Art

ARH3404 3 British Art: Hogarth to Hirst

ARH4710 3 History of Photography

ASH4934 3 Sem: War and Migration in the Middle East

CPO3123 3 (FC) Pol/Soc in Britain/Ireland

EUH3120 3 Medieval Europe

EUH3411 3 (FC) Ancient Rome

EUH3465 3 Nazi Germany

EUH3932 3 France & Empire Since 1871

EUH4103 3 Sem:Homer to Herodotus

FRE3283 3 Fren Listening/Speaking Skills

PHI3931/REL3933 3 Islamic Philosophy & Practice

SPN3501 3 Hispanic Culture: Spain

SPW3030 3 Intro to Lit in Spanish

SPW3101 3 Span Lit to 21st Cent

Foreign Language and Culture Concentration

ANT3610 3 Linguistic Anthropology

CHT3500 3 Chinese Culture

FIL4931 3 Anime Cinema

FOT3931 3 (FC) Women/Violence in Lat Am

FRE3283 3 Fren Listening/Speaking Skills

LAS3031 3 (FC) Peoples/Cultures of the South Cone

PHI3931/REL3933 3 Islamic Philosophy & Practice

SPN3351 3 Communication and Communities for Heritage Speakers of Spanish

SPN3501 3 Hispanic Culture: Spain

SPW3030 3 Intro to Lit in Spanish

SPW3101 3 Span Lit to 21st Cent

International Relations & Politics Concentration

AFH3252 3 War, Genocide, and HIV

ANT4444 3 Cities and Globalization

ANT4931/SYA4930 3 Health, Illness, Culture

ASH4934 3 Sem: War and Migration in the Middle East

CPO3123 3 (FC) Pol/Soc in Britain/Ireland

ECO3704 3 International Trade(in person and online)

ECO4713 3 International Monetary System

FOT3931 3 (FC) Women/Violence in Lat Am

HSC4931 3 ST: Global Hlth Watr,Sanit, Hyg (online)

HSC4931 3 ST: Global Health (online)

INR3016 3 Global Issues in Contemp Poli (online)

INR3084 3 Terrorism Today (online)

INR3102 3 Real Policy World(online)

INR3443 3 International Law/Organization

INR4703 3 Intl Political Econom (online)

PHM3362 3 Global Justice

POT3003 3 Political Thought and Action

SOP3515 3 Conflict Transformation

SYO4300 3 Political Sociology

SYP3440 3 Social Change/Intl Development (online)

Last updated 10/25/18