International Studies

Globalization Concentration

15 credit hours of courses are required, with a minimum of 12 hours at 300 level or above and must include at least one INT course. Courses must come from at least two disciplinary areas:

  • ANT 205 - Human Societies
  • ANT 206 - Cultural Anthropology
  • ANT 208 - Language & Culture
  • ANT 300 - Tribal Society in Crisis
  • ANT 327 - Globalization & Culture Change
  • ANT 330 - The Immigrant Experience
  • BLA 371 - International Business Law
  • COM 344 - Intercultural Communication
  • CRM 410 - World Criminal Justice Systems
  • EBD 280 - Entrepreneurship for Non-Business Majors
  • EBD 482 - Global Entrepreneurship and Exporting
  • ECN 326 - Comparative Economic Systems
  • EDN 455 - International Education Field Experience
  • EDN 468 - International Practicum in Education
  • ENG 301 - International Journalism
  • FRH 319 - Introduction to the Francophone World
  • FRH 412 - The Francophone World
  • FRH 421 - French Immigrant Narratives
  • GER 332 - Germans and the New World
  • GGY 180 - World Geography I
  • GGY 181 - World Geography II
  • GGY 210 - Geography of the Global Economy
  • GGY 340 - Population, Resources, and the Environment
  • HEA 320 - Foundations in Global Health
  • HON 212 - Honors Topical Interdisciplinary Seminar: Living in a Global Society
  • HST 103 - Introduction to Global History 1500-1848
  • HST 104 - Introduction to Global History Since 1848
  • HST 203 - The Sea in History
  • HST 270 - Global Issues in Historical Perspective
  • HST 377 - Topics in International History
  • HST 380 - The Cold War: An International History
  • HST 487 - Topics in Global History  (HST 587)
  • INB 300 - International Business
  • INB 352 - International Management  (MGT 352)
  • INB 377 - International Operations Management  (OPS 377)
  • INB 426 - International Trade and Finance  (ECN 426)
  • INB 439 - Multinational Financial Management  (FIN 439)
  • INB 442 - International Marketing  (MKT 442)
  • INT 200 - Global Capitalism and its Discontents
  • INT 315 - Topics in Globalization
  • INT 316 - Global Protest Movements
  • INT 480 - Global Issues
  • INT 495 - Seminar in International Studies
  • INT 499 - Honors Work in International Studies
  • MIS 318 - Global Information Systems
  • NSG 480 - Transcultural Health Care
  • PBH 320 - Foundations of Global Health
  • PLS 111 - Politics and Government in Global Perspective
  • PLS 218 - Ethics in International Affairs
  • PLS 220 - Introduction to International Relations
  • PLS 221 - Model United Nations I - Introduction to United Nations Issues and Organization
  • PLS 222 - Contemporary International Political Issues
  • PLS 230 - Introduction to Comparative Government and Politics
  • PLS 315 - Contemporary Political Ideologies
  • PLS 331 - Politics in Developing Nations
  • PLS 334 - Revolutionary Movements
  • PLS 370 - Global Environmental Governance
  • PLS 423 - National Security Policy
  • PLS 424 - International Security
  • PLS 425 - International Politics
  • PLS 426 - International Law
  • PLS 427 - International Organizations
  • PLS 428 - Global Terrorism
  • PLS 429 - International Political Economy
  • PLS 463 - International Development
  • PRT 312 - Cultures of the Portuguese-Speaking World
  • PSY 270 - Cross-Cultural Psychology
  • REC 451 - Travel and Tourism
  • SOC 240 - Individuals and Societies in a Global World
  • SOC 415 - Globalization and Development

Please Note:

  • Study Abroad courses often fulfill concentration requirements.
  • INT 480, 491, 495, 498, and 499 -- depending on the topic -- may fulfill concentration requirements.
  • Some courses have prerequisites or co-requisites.