Global Studies - MINOR
The Global Studies minor prepares students for meaningful careers in an increasingly globalizing world. Through diversified coursework, students synthesize and apply theories and concepts from many disciplines (e.g., arts, history, religion, philosophy, literature and politics), deepening their understanding of globalization and enhancing their major field of study.
|GLS1001||Introduction to Global Studies||3|
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|Latin American History, Culture and Society|
|Asia in Global Perspective: Peoples, Cultures and Politics|
|Middle East in Global Perspective: Peoples, Cultures and Politics|
|World Regional Geography in Global Perspective|
|World History Since 1500|
|History of Globalization|
|History of the Atlantic World|
|History of the Mediterranean World|
|History of the Pacific World|
|International Business Law|
|Masterpieces of World Literature|
|Comparative Study of World Religions|
|Cultures of Africa|
Students are responsible for meeting prerequisites.
Three credits of a Study Abroad course may be applied toward the minor with the following requirements: 3000 level, interdisciplinary in nature and specific to study of the site, and the approval of the department chair.
If a minor course is listed as a major course in a student’s major program, the student must choose additional courses from an elective list to complete the minor. Please see the Minors, Specializations and Certificates page for additional information.