Southern Polytechnic State University

Undergraduate Academic Catalog 2012-2013

Modern Languages

Offering:
Bachelor of Science in International Studies--
Concentration in Spanish

The Faculty:

Richard Bennett, Associate Professor and Director of International Programs

Albert Churella, Associate Professor

J. LaJuana Cochrane, Associate Professor and Psychology Coordinator

Jamye Hickman, Assistant Professor

Marianne Holdzkom, Assistant Professor

Julie Newell, Professor and Chair of Department

Thomas J. Nisley, Assistant Professor

Bernice Nuhfer-Halten, Professor and Language Coordinator

Thomas E. Rotnem, Professor, International Studies Coordinator, and Political Science Coordinator

William Skutans, Lecturer

Roger Soiset, Lecturer

Carl Snook, Assistant Professor

Mark D. Vickrey, Senior Lecturer

The Modern Language program is part of the Department of Social and International Studies, in the School of Arts and Sciences at Southern Polytechnic State University. By offering an International Studies degree with a concentration in Spanish, SPSU seeks to produce graduates who not only understand the historical, political and economic processes of globalization, but who also possess the technological skills and knowledge that will allow them to deal with the new demands of a more global society.

The International Studies—Spanish degree will prepare graduates for employment in:

International business

Pre-law

Intelligence

Government

Graduate study

Public policy

The non-profit sector

Students pursuing this degree must complete:

The Core Curriculum

60

Required Upper Division Core in international studies

24

The Spanish concentration

15

Directed International Electives

9

Free Electives

12

Any courses taken to satisfy degree program requirements in International Studies Required Upper Division Core, the student's Concentration, and the student's Directed International Electives must be passed with a grade of "C" or better.

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