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International Studies Bachelor of Science - Concentration in History Requirements

COMM 2400

Public Speaking

2

ENGL 1101

Composition I

3

ENGL 1102

Composition II

3

MATH 1111

College Algebra

3

MATH 1113

Pre-Calculus

4

STS 2400

Science, Technology and Society

2

Area C1

Course in Literature

3

Area C2

Course in Art and Culture

3

Area D

Two Courses in Laboratory Science

8

Area E3

Course in Behavioral Science

3

Area E4

Course in Cultures and Societies

3

ECON 1101

Introduction to Economics

3

HIST 1111

Survey of World Civilization pre- 1500

3

HIST 1112

Survey of World Civilization post- 1500

3

HIST 2111

United States History to 1877

3

HIST 2112

United States History since 1877

3

HIST 3801

Contemporary World History since 1945

3

POLS 2401

Global Issues

3

POLS 2801

Comparative Politics

3

POLS 3101

International Political Economy

3

PSYC 3101

International Social Psychology

3

SIS 1000

International Studies Orientation

1

SIS 2100

Introduction to Quantitative Research Methods

3

SIS 3600

Comparative Culture

3

SIS 400x

One Course in Regional Studies

3

SIS 4100

Cross National Technology Policy Analysis

3

SPAN 2001

Intermediate Spanish I*

3

SPAN 2002

Intermediate Spanish II*

3

STS 4000

International Issues in Science and Technology

3

STS 4800

Capstone Seminar

3

*Or other language at a similar level

               

History Electives: Take any three of the following courses:

9

HIST 3301

Diplomatic and Military History since 1815

HIST 3401

Modern Social and Cultural History

HIST 3501

Colonization and Rebellion in the Trans-Atlantic World

HIST 3601

History of the Pacific Rim

HIST 390x

Special Topics in History

SIS 400x

Regional Studies

International Electives: Take any three of the following courses:

9

ECON 2106

Microeconomics

 

GEOG 3101

World Regional Geography

 

HIST 3200

History of Science Survey

 

HIST 3301

Diplomatic and Military History since 1815

 

HIST 3401

Colonization and Rebellion in the Transatlantic World

 

HIST 3501

Modern Social and Cultural History

 

HIST 3601

History of the Pacific Rim

 

HIST 390x, 490x

Special Topics with topic-specific departmental approval

 

POLS 2903, 4903

Special Topics with topic-specific departmental approval

 

POLS 3301

Modern Political Theory

 

POLS 3601

Contemporary World Politics

 

POLS 4101

Political Economy of Post-Communist Transformation

 

POLS 4201

International Relations of the Americas

 

PSYC 2903, 4903

Special Topics with topic-specific departmental approval

 

PSYC 4000

International Psychology

 

RELG 1200

World Religions

 

SIS 390x

Special Topics in International Studies

 

SIS 400x

Regional Studies (multiple courses on different regions may be taken)

 

SIS 4600

Global Technology Internship

 

SPAN 300x, 400x

Spanish (or other language at similar level)

 

STS 4400

Topical Studies in Science and Technology

 

Free Electives

12

Degree Program Total

120