Permanent Electives for a minor in Global Studies

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 The courses listed below are pre-approved as electives for the Global Studies minor. Special Topics courses offered on campus and abroad may also be submitted to the Global Studies Coordinator for approval as minor electives with appropriate documentation.

Anthropology

  • ANTH 102 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
  • ANTH 232 Religion and Culture

Art

  • ART 255 Pre-Columbian Art
  • ART 256 Chinese Art

Business

  • BUS 202 Global Business and Society
  • BUS 430 International Trade Management (prerequisite: BUS 100 or 202)
  • BUS 442 International Marketing (prerequisite: BUS 340)

Communication

  • COM 325 Intercultural Communication
  • COM 400 Gender, Culture and Communication
  • COM 488 Comparative Communication Systems
  • COM 489 Seminar in Cinema Studies (topic must be pre-approved by GBST coordinator)

Criminal Justice

  • CRJU 350 Organized Crime
  • CRJU 377 Politics of Crime and Terrorism (prerequisite: CRJU 101 or POSC 101
  • CRJU 440 Senior Seminar I: Cross Cultural Criminal Justice (prerequisites: CRJU 202 and 370)

Economics

  • ECON 150 Economics of Social Issues
  • ECON 305 Environmental Economics (prerequisite: ECON 103)
  • ECON 340 Economic Development: Towards Global Equality (prerequisite: ECON 103, 104, or 150)
  • ECON 420 Financial Markets
  • ECON 442 International Economics (prerequisites: ECON 103 and 104)

Environmental Science

  • ENSC 101 Introduction to Environmental Issues
  • ENSC 202  Environmental Politics and Policies (prerequisites: ENSC 101, POSC 110)

English

  • ENG 201 Introduction to Linguistics
  • ENG 302 Structure of English/World Englishes

Fashion Merchandising

  • FASH 455 International Retailing (prerequisite: FASH 265)

Foreign Language and culture

  • All foreign language, culture, and civilization courses, including foreign literature in translation courses.

Global Studies

  • GBST 392-393  Special Topics I-II
  • GBST 394-398 Internship in Global Studies (one to three credits)

History

  • HIST 252 [ 222] The Rise and Fall of Modern Europe (Prerequisite: HIST 101)
  • HIST 262 History of Russia: The Russian Revolution (prerequisite: HIST 101)
  • HIST 263 Eastern Europe and Russia from 1928 to the Present (prerequisite: HIST 101)
  • HIST 267 Women in Asia (prerequisite: HIST 101)
  • HIST 269 Modern Asia (prerequisite: HIST 101)
  • HIST 271 Modern China (prerequisite: HIST 101)
  • HIST 274 History of Latin America: Since 1830 (prerequisite: HIST 101)
  • HIST 280 Africa Since 1800 (prerequisite: HIST 101)
  • HIST 285 The History and Political Culture of Ireland
  • HIST 320 American Diplomatic History prerequisite: 6 credits in History)
  • HIST 355 Comparative Political Systems: Middle East
  • HIST 375 History of race relations in Latin America

Honors

  • HONR 340-343 Honors Seminar in Global Engagement

Music

  • Music 226 Music Cultures of the World

Philosophy and religion

  • REST 209 World Religions
  • REST 225 Global Liberation Theology

Political Science

  • POSC 213 Politics of Human Rights
  • POSC 243 Contemporary Ideologies
  • POSC 251 Comparative Politics of Western Europe
  • POSC 252 Comparative Politics of Russia/Eastern Europe
  • POSC 255 Political Economy: The Rise of the Asia-Pacific
  • POSC 260 Comparative Politics of Africa
  • POSC 271 Nationalism and Communism in China and Taiwan
  • POSC 273 International Politics
  • POSC 280 International Communications and Negotiations
  • POSC 285 The History and Political Culture of Ireland
  • POSC 350 Comparative Politics of Latin America
  • POSC 353 Comparative Politics of Developing Areas
  • POSC 355 Comparative Politics of the Middle East
  • POSC 372 International Law and Organizations

Psychology

  • PSYC 222 Community Psychology (prerequisite: PSYC 101)
  • PSYC 330 Culture and Psychology (prerequisite: PSYC 101)

Special Topics courses on campus and abroad may also be submitted for approval as minor electives with appropriate documentation.

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