BA in Global Studies

The major in Global Studies seeks to prepare students to work for any organization dealing with domestic and international projects or to continue with graduate studies in fields related to worldwide activities such as International Development, Diplomacy, International Relations, and International Policies.

Major - 36 credits
GBST101 - Intro to Global Studies: 3 credits
GBST201 - Culture Awareness in Globalization: 3 credits
SOCI160 - Intro to International Development: 3 credits
PLSC230 - International Relations: 3 credits
PLSC365 - American Foreign Relations: 3 credits
PLSC405 - Globalization: 3 credits
COMM436 - Intercultural Communication: 3 credits
ENGL440 - Language and Culture: 3 credits
INLS490 - Internship: 3 credits
INLS495 - Directed Study: Project: 3 credits
Electives In field of interest of students  - 6 credits (Culture, Communication, Political Sciences,
Languages, Behavioral Sciences, Religion)

*This major REQUIRES a minor in a foreign language (24 credits), including a minimum of a semester abroad. Languages Available: Arabic, French, German, Italian, Mandarin, Portuguese, and Spanish.

Minor in Global Studies - 21 credits
GBST101 - Intro to Global Studies: 3 credits
GBST201 - Culture Awareness in Globalization: 3 credits
SOCI160 - Intro to International Development: 3 credits
PLSC230 - International Relations: 3 credits
PLSC405 - Globalization: 3 credits
COMM436 - Intercultural Communication: 3 credits
HIST110 - Worldviews, Cultures, Gods: 3 credits

GE Required:
Social Sciences: ANTH200
Cultural Anthropology: 3 credits
Religion: RELG350
World Religions : 3 credits
History: HIST110
Worldviews, Cultures, Gods: 3 credits
Behavioral Sciences: BHSC235
Culture, Place, and Interdependence: 3 credits