Global Studies Minor

Permanent Electives for a minor in Global Studies

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

Economics

  • ECON 340 Economic Development: Towards Global Equality (prerequisite: ECON 101, 102, OR 150)
  • ECON 420 Financial Markets
  • ECON 442 International Economics (prerequisites: ECON 101 and 102)

Environmental Science

  • ENSC 101 Introduction to Environmental Issues

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.

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 305 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 389 Culture and Psychology (prerequisite: PSYC 101)

Acceptable Special Topics courses are posted for relevant semester.

Other courses to be approved in advance by the Global Studies Steering Committee.

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