Requirements

Bachelor of Arts (BA), Major in Global Studies—GLST (27–33 hours)

The following are required. In addition, one concentration must be chosen.

  • ANTH 253 Survey I: Culture and Language
  • ECON 251 Principles of Macroeconomics
  • HIST 104 World Civilization II
  • POSC 206 International Politics
    or POSC 207 Comparative Politics
  • GLST 495 Senior Seminar in Global Studies

Intercultural Studies Concentration (12 hours)

All of the following:

  • ICS 201 Introduction to Intercultural Studies

One of the following:

  • ANTH 320 Anthropology of Race and Racism
  • ANTH 435 Politics of Multiculturalism
  • COMM 350 Intercultural Communication
  • POSC 207 Comparative Politics
  • PSYC 438* Stereotyping and Prejudice

One of the following:

  • ICS 366 Critical Whiteness Studies
  • POSC 319 The Global Politics of International Development
  • POSC 390 Special Topics in Political Science (approved topics)
  • PSYC 438* Stereotyping and Prejudice

One from a category above or from the following (at least 3 hours):

  • BIO 270 Environments of Ecuador
  • BIO 313* Economic Botany
  • BIO 320* Parasitology
  • BUAD 422* International Management
  • ENLT 203 Studies in Literature (approved topics)
  • GWS 376 Chinese Women and Society
  • HIST 220 East African History and Cultures
  • HIST 383 Women in Africa and the Middle East
  • HIST 384 Africa Since 1800
  • HUST 203 Asian Influence on Western Literature
  • BUAD/MLFR 408 The Culture of Business in the French-Speaking World
  • MLFR 462 Francophone Cultures and Literature
  • MLFR 491 Topics in French Studies (approved topics)
  • MODL 315 English and the World
  • PHIL 245 Non-Western Philosophy
  • POSC 304 Latin American Politics

Or an upper-level course taken by permission through an approved study abroad program (3 hours)

Note: PSYC 438 may not be used to satisfy more than one category requirement.