Each student who completes the degree requirements should be able to:
1. Articulate the ways in which commonality and diversity affect human behavior.
2. Describe how historical, religious, economic, political, social, and spatial relationships develop, persist, and change.
3. Identify and analyze both contemporary and historical perspectives on contemporary issues.
4. Critically analyze their own culture and relate that culture to local, national, and global social issues.
5. Discern the ways in which science and technology affect and are affected by society and culture in an international context.
6. Comprehend, speak, read and write a language other than the first language at the level indicated by the USG Learning Outcomes for Languages at the 2002 level.
7. Demonstrate an understanding of the professional methodologies and ethical standards of international studies disciplines.