International Studies Major, B.A. or B.S.

Required Core Courses, B.A. or B.S. (18 credits)

ECON 101Principles of Microeconomics

3

HIST 334U. S. Diplomatic History since 1940

3

INST 101Introduction to International Studies

3

INST 495Senior Seminar in International Studies

3

SOCI 150Introduction to Sociology

3

One of the following two courses

POLS 241Comparative Politics

3

POLS 282International Relations

3

 

Required Supporting Courses, B.A. (21 credits)

Two courses from two departments in the Arts and Humanities

6

Two courses from two departments in the Social and Behavioral Sciences

6

Two additional 300- and 400-level courses (in the Arts and Humanities and/or in the Social and Behavioral Sciences or in both)

6

One foreign language course above the 203-level

3

The above courses must be selected in consultation with and approved by the program director.

Required Supporting Courses, B.S. (30-32 credits)

Two courses from two departments in the Arts and Humanities

6

Two courses from two departments in the Social and Behavioral Sciences

6

Two additional 300- and 400-level courses (in the Arts and Humanities and/or in the Social and Behavioral Sciences or in both)

6

Two foreign language courses

6

The above courses must be selected in consultation with and approved by the program director.

One of the following courses

MATH 223Beginning Statistics

3

MATH 224Elements of Statistics

4

One of the following courses

BIOL 210Environmental Biology

3

CHEM 102Chemistry in Our Environment

4

CSCI Computer Science course(s)

3-4

 

Concentrations

While meeting the above supporting requirements in either the B.A. or B.S., students may specialize their coursework in one of the following concentrations:

Arts and People

            Twelve credits of coursework selected in consultation with and approved by the program director from disciplines including but not limited to Art History, Classics, Performing Arts, and Sociology.

Environment

            Twelve credits of coursework selected in consultation with and approved by the program director from disciplines including but not limited to Biology, Chemistry, History, and Political Science.

Ideas and Religions

            Twelve credits of coursework selected in consultation with and approved by the program director from disciplines including but not limited to History, Philosophy, Religion, and Sociology.

Politics and Economy

            Twelve credits of coursework selected in consultation with and approved by the program director from disciplines including but not limited to Business, Economics, History, and Political Science.

Security and Peace Studies

            Twelve credits of coursework selected in consultation with and approved by the program director from disciplines including but not limited to History, Political Science, Psychology, and Sociology.