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International Studies Minor

To be eligible for a minor in International Studies, the student must complete the following with a grade of C or better:

1. Select one course from the following:

SIS 2903

Special Topics in Studies Abroad

SIS 400x

Regional Studies

2. Select four courses not used to satisfy core requirements from the following list.

No more than two can be numbered below 3000.

ANTH 1102

Introduction to Anthropology

ECON 1101

Introduction to Economics

ECON 2106

Micro Economics

GEOG 1101

Introduction to Human Geography

GEOG 3101

World Regional Geography

HIST 1111

World Civilization to 1500

HIST 1112

World Civilization since 1500

HIST 3200

History of Science Survey

HIST 3301

Diplomatic and Military History Since 1815

HIST 3401

Social and Cultural History During the 20th Century

HIST 3501

Colonization and Rebellion in the Trans-Atlantic World

HIST 3601

History of the Pacific Rim

HIST 3801

Contemporary World History Since 1945

HIST 3903, 4903

Special Topics, with topic-specific departmental approval

MGNT 4145

International Management

POLS 2401

Global Issues

POLS 2801

Comparative Politics

POLS 2903, 3903

Special Topics, with topic-specific departmental approval

POLS 3101

International Political Economy

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 3101

International Social Psychology

PSYC 4000

International Psychology

RELG 1200

World Religion

SIS 3600

Comparative Culture

SIS 3903

Special Topics in International Studies

SIS 400x

Regional Studies (must be different from course used to satisfy 1.)

SIS 4100

Cross-National Technology Policy Analysis

SPAN 300x, 4000x

Any upper division Spanish course; two courses maximum

STS 4000

International Issues in Science and Technology

STS 4400

Topical Studies in Science and Technology

STS 4800

Global Technology Seminar

3. Demonstrate proficiency in a foreign language equivalent to or complete FREN 1002, GRMN 1002 or SPAN 1002.