International Studies Interdisciplinary Minor

Contact

Department of Political Science & International Studies
Carroll Building
Room 2287
(912) 478-0571

Prerequisite(s)

Credit Hours
INTS 2130/2130SIntroduction to International Studies3
Total Credit Hours3

Minor Program

Credit Hours
INTS   3130Contemporary World Cultures3
INTS   3230Global Issues3
An additional 9 credit hours of courses with significant International Studies dimension in at least two disciplines other than the major must be completed for a total of 15 credit hours. Courses may be selected from the list of courses below approved for the minor. Other courses must be approved by the director of the International Studies Interdisciplinary Minor. 9
On a regular basis, students pursuing the minor in International Studies should consult with the Director of the International Studies Interdisciplinary minor.
World Archaeology
ANTH   3331
European Cultures
Native Peoples of North America
Linguistic Anthropology
Anthropology and Human Problems
Gender and Anthropology
Ethnographic Methods
Anthropology of Language and Gender
Selected Topics in Arabic
19th Century Art History
Contemporary Art History
Art History Research
Selected Topics in Chinese
International Trade
International Macroeconomics
Economic Development
International Finance
French in France
French Civilization
Francophone Cultures of Africa and the Caribbean
French Regional Culture
French for Professions
Selected Topics in French
Contemporary France
and Contemporary France
Internship in French
GEOG   3130
GEOG   3230
Weather and Climate
GEOG   3530
Geography of Latin America
Geography of Asia
Geography of Africa South of the Sahara
Geography of Europe
Selected Topics in German
German Language and Society
Selected Topics in German
German Culture and Civilization
Internship in Germany
U.S. as a Global Power
HIST   3337
Contemporary Europe
Modern Britain: 1485 to the Present
Modern Germany
History of Africa since 1800
The Modern Middle East
Russia to 1917
Colonial Latin America
Modern Latin America
U.S. Diplomacy: The Cold War
Woman Question" in Europe
World War I
Advertising and Culture
World War II
Britain and the World
20th Century Russia
Modern Japan
Modern China, 1600 to 1949
Economic Rivals: U.S.-EC-Japan
Selected Topics in Irish Studies
Irish Theatre
Ireland in Film
Celtic Identity and Conflict
Japanese Conversation
Reading Japanese
Modern Japanese Literature in Translation
Japanese Cultural Patterns
Japanese Culture for Americans
Business Japanese
Internship in Japan
International Management
International Marketing
History of Music I
History of Music II
Sustainable Foods
Cultural Foods
World Religions
Environmental Ethics
Nineteenth Century European Philosophy
Contemporary Philosophy
Asian Politics
Latin American Politics
Middle East Politics
Introduction to the European Union
Gender and Politics
International Relations
Human Rights in International Relations
Ethnicity and Nationalism
Language, Power, Politics
African Politics
Introduction to United Nations
Selected Topics in Political Science
International Political Economy
International Law and Diplomacy
International Organizations
Politics of the Global North
and Comparative Politics of Industrialized Nations
and Politics of the Global North
and Comparative Politics of Industrialized Nations
Politics of the Global South
International Terrorism
Contemporary Political Thought
Seminar in International Politics
Seminar in Comparative Politics
International Public Relations
Introduction to Asian Religions
Introduction to Hinduism
Introduction to Global Islam
The Muslim World Since Genghis Khan
Religion and Politics
Conversation, Composition, Culture: South America
Conversation, Composition, Culture: Mexico and Central America
Conversation, Composition, Culture: The Caribbean
Conversation, Composition, Culture: Spain
Conversation, Composition, Culture: Latino USA
Introduction to Spanish for the Professions
Spanish American Life, Literature, and Thought
Peninsular Life, Literature, and Thought
Advanced Spanish for the Professions
Studies Abroad: Language
Studies Abroad: Literature
Studies Abroad: Culture
Studies Abroad: Advanced Language
Studies Abroad: Advanced Literature
Studies Abroad: Advanced Civilization
Total Credit Hours15

Courses approved for the International Studies Interdisciplinary Minor can be obtained in the Department of Political Science & International Studies.  On a regular basis, students pursuing the Minor in International Studies should consult with the Director of the International Studies program.