International Studies Minor

Offered by International Studies Program

Choose applicable degree program: Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science3
Bachelor of Arts Students
Select one course beyond the BA requirement for foreign languages in agreement with the INTS Director
Bachelor of Science Students
Take one of the following
Principles of Economics, Macroeconomics
Principles of Economics, Microeconomics
All Students take
INTS 200Introduction to International Studies3
GEOG 104World Regional Geography3
Select 12 credit hours of any of the following in at least two different subject areas: At least 9 hours must be upper division 112
Art History Survey I
Art History Survey II
Cultural Studies Through Art
History of Renaissance Art 2
Art of Baroque and Rococo Era 2
History of Modern Art 2
Non Western Survey I: Art in India, China and Japan 2
History of 19th Century Art 2
Organized Crime
Sex Crimes
Drugs and the Criminal Justice System
E-Commerce Information Systems
Tourism Economics
Environmental Economics
Economics of Transportation
International Economics
Introduction to Literature: British Literature
Introduction to Literature: Western Civilization
European Literature in Translation 2
Non-Western Literature in Translation 2
Ancient Literatures 2
Survey of British and Commonwealth Literature I 2
Survey of British and Commonwealth Literature II 2
History of the English Language 2
Seminar in World Literature 2
Early/Middle English Literature 2
Seminar in Shakespeare 2
Seminar in the Renaissance 2
Literature of the English Restoration and Eighteenth Century 2
Seminar in Romanticism 2
Seminar in Victorian Literature 2
Seminar in Modernism 2
Postmodern/Contemporary British Literature 2
Cross-Cultural Family Patterns
Cultural History I 2
Cultural History II 2
Seminar on French/Francophone Film 2
Seminar on Women in French/Francophone Lit 2
Seminar in French/Francophone Studies 2
Economic Geography
Human Geography
Environmental Conservation
Urban Geography
Political Geography
Developing Nations
International Tourism
Special Topics in Human Geography
History of Sea Power
History of Religions in the World
Western Civilization
Western Civilization
Non-Western World History
Introduction to Latin America
World History to 1600
World History since 1600
World War I
World War II
War and Society
The High Middle Ages 1050-1350
History of Christianity
Women in Europe
Pre-Hispanic and Colonial Latin America
Modern Latin America
Variable Topics in Latin American History
Comparative Colonialism: Asia and Africa
Colonial India
Modern India
Comparative Studies in Ethnic Conflict
British Empire
European Expansion and Exploration
Renaissance and Reformation
Seventeenth and Eighteenth Century Europe
French Revolution and Napoleon
History of Modern Germany
Imperial Russia
Nineteenth Century Europe
Fascism and Communism in Twentieth Century Europe
Twentieth Century Europe
Soviet Russia
Modern Eastern Europe
Global Health
Eastern European Studies
International Development Seminar
International Studies Institute
International Studies Field Study
Internship in International Studies
Special Topics
Senior Seminar in International Studies
Mass Media and Society
International Management
International Experiential Learning: Management
Social Responsibilities of Business: Issues and Ethics
International Marketing
International Experiential Learning: Marketing
Music Appreciation
Music History and Literature I
Music History and Literature II
Social and Political Philosophy
Philosophy of Religion: Reason and Faith
Democracy and Global Citizenship
Introduction to International Relations
The Institutions and Processes of the United Nations
Politics and Law of International Human Rights
Topics in Comparative Politics
Politics of the Drug War
Politics of Globalization
Politics of the Developed World
Politics of the Developing World
Latin American Politics
Comparative Political Behavior
Military Politics and Civil-Military Relations
Dynamics of Humanitarian Crises and Global Society
Human Security and Global Peacekeeping
International Law and Organization
International Political Economy
Ancient Political Thought
Modern Political Thought
Democratic Political Thought
20th & 21st Century Political Thought
Topics in International Relations
Politics & Culture of Asia
U.S. Foreign Policy in the Middle East
Nations in Transition
War in World Politics
Global Cultures and Diversity
Population Studies
The Holocaust
Globalization and Development
Diversity and Social Justice
International Social Work Experience
Cultural History of Spain & Latin America I 2
Cultural History of Spain & Latin America II 2
Seminar on Hispanic Film 2
Seminar on Women in Hispanic Literature 2
Modern Hispanic Drama 2
Short Story 2
Spanish Novel 2
Latin American Novel 2
Seminar in Spanish/Latin American Studies 2
Cross-Cultural Communication
Diffusion of Innovations
Language and Social Change
Intercultural Communication
Total Credit Hours21

Students should be aware of the prerequisites for upper level courses and plan their coursework accordingly.


Some 300-level and all 400-level ART electives listed have a prerequisite of ART 222. All 300- and 400-level ENG electives listed have a prerequisite of ENG 234. All 300- and 400-level FREN electives listed have a prerequisite of FREN 201. All 300- and 400-level GERM electives listed have a prerequisite of GERM 201. All 300- and 400-level SPAN electives listed have a prerequisite of SPAN 205.