Oct 24, 2018  
2011-12 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2011-12 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Global Studies Minor


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Douglas Heffington, Director

The objectives of this interdisciplinary minor are to prepare students to make effective decisions as global citizens; induce and nurture global and international perspectives in students as they pursue various academic majors and career goals; and increase academic opportunities for undergraduate students to study, learn, and explore cultural and physical environments other than their own.

A minor in Global Studies requires a minimum of eighteen credit hours depending on the academic emphasis chosen. Nine required hours include the three-hour introductory course GS 2010  (Introduction to Cross-Cultural Experiences) and the capstone course GS 4990  (Senior Seminar). Students will also be required to take a minimum of three hours of GS 3010  (Field Experience and Study Abroad), however up to 12 hours can be obtained. To complete the minor, a minimum of three courses will be selected from approved courses in the departments/ programs listed with the advisement and approval of the program director. (See departments/programs below with courses meeting global, international, and cross-cultural focus of the minor.)

Courses in Global Studies


Courses containing a global, international, and/or cross-cultural focus can be found within the departments/programs listed below. The student will select eight courses for the major or three courses for the minor from these with the approval of the Global Studies director.

College of Basic and Applied Sciences
Aerospace
Agribusiness and Agriscience
Biology
Chemistry
Computer Science
Mathematical Sciences
Physics and Astronomy

College of Behavioral and Health Sciences
Criminal Justice Administration
Health and Human Performance
Human Sciences
Psychology
Social Work

Jennings A. Jones College of Business
Accounting
Business Communication and Entrepreneurship
Economics and Finance
Management and Marketing

Liberal Arts
Art
English
Foreign Languages and Literatures
Geosciences
History
Music
Philosophy
Political Science
Sociology and Anthropology
Speech and Theatre

College of Mass Communication
Electronic Media Communication
Journalism
Recording Industry

 

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