Add to your education while becoming a more informed citizen of the world.
We have one of the Southwest's largest and most advanced International Studies programs
that will provide you with a deep understanding of world diversity. This minor provides
students with the professional skills and global knowledge to supplement variety of
careers including, government work, development and humanitarian aid, international
business and non-government organization work.
This minor offer courses that prepare you for dynamic international careers.
International Studies Minor Courses You Could Take
Introduction to International Studies (3 hrs)
Introduces students to the five areas of concentration of the major—international
security and diplomacy, international business and economics, international development
and humanitarian affairs, regional studies, and peace studies.
Peoples and Cultures of Europe (3 hrs)
Investigation of the myriad peoples of Europe within the context of the impact of
broader trends and institutional frameworks. Micro- and macro-level analyses are used
to understand a wide range of issues of both historical and contemporary importance.
Latin American Philosophy (3 hrs)
A chronological study of Latin American philosophical thought from the sixteenth to
the twentieth century focusing on themes related to national identity, history, and
Eastern Religion and the Environment (3 hrs)
An examination of non-Western religious traditions for an environmental philosophy
geared toward assessing global environmental issues with a focus on South Asian and
East Asian philosophical and religious traditions.
Modern Africa (3 hrs)
African continent since 1800 emphasizing European colonization and colonial rule,
African resistance; the rise of nationalism and liberation movements.
Global Development: Issues and Challenges (3 hrs)
Explores competing perspectives for development and various factors which explain
why some countries are more developed than others. Survey of global challenges such
as environmental, foreign aid, gender empowerment, international migrants, refugees
and indigenous people, the role of culture and religion in development, and corruption
and public sector reform.
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