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2011-2012 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

International Studies Minor


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Department of International Studies, Interdisciplinary Studies

35 credits

Introduction

The minor in International Studies is designed to provide knowledge, perspectives and skills that are critical for global competence. Students completing this minor will be well prepared for a variety of professional opportunities in an increasingly interconnected world. The minor builds largely on existing courses across the colleges, and complements existing majors.

The course of study for the minor will be determined in consultation with international studies advisors in several departments on campus. Initial advisement can be secured through the Center for International Studies, Miller Hall 205B, 360-650-7544.

Grade Requirements

A grade of C- or better is required for a student’s major or minor courses, and supporting courses for majors and minors.

Requirements


  •  INTL 201 - INTRODUCTION TO GLOBAL STUDIES
  •  INTL 499 - THESIS IN INTERNATIONAL STUDIES
  • ❑ Completion of an approved international program or exchange

  • ❑ At least one foreign language course above 201 level; 100 level may be accepted for languages not commonly taught

  • ❑ Additional credits from courses approved by the faculty advisors for international studies in at least two related fields such as anthropology, business and economics, communications, environmental studies, history, liberal studies, political science; at least two such courses to be completed on campus

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