The international studies minor serves as an introduction to the global community in which we live—its geography, diverse cultures and varied economic and political systems. You will explore these areas in relation to our increasing interdependence.
- Courses offer a diverse, interdisciplinary focus on political science, history, sociology, geography, religion and international business.
This minor will prepare you for experiences in cross-cultural education and overseas service or travel for business, leisure and ministry.
General Education Prerequisites
|ECON-102||Principles of Macroeconomics||3|
|PS-120||American Politics and Society||3|
Required Courses (5 Courses, 17-20 Units)
|PS-425||Global Economics and Sustainable Development||3|
Select a minimum of four of the following
|HIST-410||Modern Latin America: History, Politics and Culture||4|
|HIST-412||History of Mexico||3|
|PS-412||Modern Africa: History, Politics and Culture||3|
|PS-414||Modern Asia: History, Politics and Culture||3|
|PS-416||Modern Middle East: History, Politics and Culture||3|
|PS-430||History and Contemporary Issues in U.S. Foreign Policy||4|
|PS-435||Energy, Economics, and Ethics||3|
|PS-450||History of Political Theory & Ideas||3|
|ICS-300||Summer Short-Term Study Abroad||1|