Minor in IS

Minor in International Studies 21 credit hours

Requirements for Minor:
HIST 2200, POL 2500, ECON 2030, GEOG 1100, ANTH 1010, plus six hours from one of six tracks.

Tracks- Select six hours from one track with approval of the International Studies Minor Coordinator:

  • International Economics and Business: ECON 2110, 2120, 3010, 3030, FIN 3650, 4820, 3240, 4850, GEOG 4560
  • International Relations/Comparative Government/International Law: POL 3550, 2600, 2650, 4040, 3000, 4320; CJ 4334, 4368, 3378
  • International History, Culture, and Society: ANTH 2110, 2120, 2130, 3180, 3130; ENG 2210, 2410, 4316; GEOG 2210, 2230, 2020, 3050, 3055, 3060, 3020, 3040, 3045, 4250, 4460: HIST 2830, 2930, 4280, 4620, 4810, 4900 
  • International Language and Literatures:Two years of a single foreign language or equivalent; two semesters of foreign literature taught in the target language
  • International Public Health: Econ 2200, H SC 2250, 2375, HS2375; GEOG 4210, 4270
  • International Environmentalism: GEOG 3450, 4800, 4250, 4460; BIOL 4730; CHEM 3650, 3660; HS 4060
  • Study Abroad:  Study abroad courses according to the student’s academic college and interests, with the approval of the Office of International Programs and International Studies Minor advisor, may be taken to fulfill part or all of the Minor Track requirement.