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2022-2023 General Catalog 
2022-2023 General Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

International Studies Minor

The minor in international studies in the College of Humanities & Social Sciences is designed to provide students with a perspective on issues of global consequence, and permit them to focus on a particular region of the world. All students seeking a minor in international studies must complete the following four requirements:

1) INTL 2000  or INTL 2001  2) interdisciplinary core; 3) global or regional concentration; and 4) relevant foreign language.

To graduate with a minor in international studies, students must complete 21 hours of coursework and demonstrate second-year competency in a foreign language as follows:

3) Regional or Global Concentrations (12 Sem. Hrs.):

12 hours chosen from one of the following Global and Regional concentrations.

Global Cultures

12 hours chosen from at least two different departments:


12 hours chosen from at least two different departments:

4) Foreign Languages (14-16 Sem. Hrs.):

All minors in International Studies must attain second year proficiency in a foreign language. Students selecting a regional concentration must attain proficiency in a language relevant to their region as follows: