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Minor in Global Studies

The minor in global studies is an interdisciplinary course of study that provides students with an understanding of contemporary global issues, cross-cultural experiences, and the skills to work and live in an increasingly interdependent and multicultural world. The minor responds to the needs of businesses and other organizations for employees with a knowledge of and experience with the global environment, including the ability to interact successfully with global partners. The minor can also enhance a student’s application to various graduate and professional programs.

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Global Studies Seminar
  • 6 hours of a foreign language
  • Study abroad experience (or 15 hours of a foreign language)
  • Core Course: one of International Business (BUAD 3270), Globalization and International Communication (COMM 4310), International Finance (FIN 4050), Cultural Geography (GEOG 2020), Introduction to Global Politics (PSCI 2090), International Relations (PSCI 4090), or Globalization (PSCI 4390)
  • 9 hours of electives (see catalog entry for list of courses). 

 

Catalog entry for minor:

Global Studies Minor Requirements: GLST 3000 or GLST 4000; 6 hours in a foreign language (1); one of BUAD 3270, COMM 4310, FIN 4050, GEOG 2020, PSCI 2090, PSCI 4090, or PSCI 4390; and 9 hours of approved academic electives. (2) (19 hours)

(1) The 6 hourse must be in the same language and from courses with the following prefixes: FORL, FREN, SFRE, SRUS, SSPN, and SPAN

(2) Approved electives to be chosen from ANTH 2020; ANTH 3110; ANTH 4400; ART 3540; BUAD 3270; BUAD 4160; COMM 4310; EDUC 3390; ENGL 3850 (Subtitle 07); ENGL 3910; ENGL 4340; FIN 4050; GEOG 2020; GEOG 3030; GEOG 3080; GEOG 3100; GLST 2999; GLST 3999; GLST 4999; HIST 3220; HIST 3300; HIST 4010; HIST 4110; HIST 4120; HIST 4430; HIST 4440; HIST 4470; HMT 3130; HMT 3140; HMT 3150; HMT 4260; MGT 4350; MUS 3040; MUS 4060; PHIL 1020; PSCI 2090; PSCI  4060; PSCI 4070; PSCI 4090; PSCI 4390; SART 3820; SENG 3860 (Subtitles 01 and 02); SHIS 3710; SHIS 3840; SHIS 4820; SLSC 3810; SPHI 2850; SPHI 3820; THEA 4330; THEA 4370; THEA 4960