The international studies minor may be earned in conjunction with another major. Under the guidance of the program director, the student selects courses from a variety of areas such as history, literature, religious studies, the natural sciences, and/or the fine arts that include substantial study of regions outside of Anglo-America.
- Advanced Foreign Language (200 level or above) Credits: 6
- International Studies electives (selected with the approval of the program director) Credits: 6
As well as:
- ANT 101G - PI Introduction to Social and Cultural Anthropology
or ANT.Q 101 - Introduction to Social and Cultural Anthropology
- ECO 349G - International Business Economics
or PSC 314G - PII International Relations
- ECO 351G - PII Economics of Development
or PSC 310 - PII Politics in the Developing World
- INS 201G - PII Introduction to International Studies
Sharon Murphy, Ph.D.
Golisano Academic Center 457