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School of Language, Education, and Culture

Dr. Pilar Pinar, Program Coordinator
Professor Grégoire Youbara, Faculty Advisor 

A Bachelor of Arts in the International Studies program enables students to explore interconnections among history, economics, politics, culture, society and language with a global perspective. Through the completion of a flexibility-structured degree program, this major prepares students for careers in law, government, Foreign Service, the Peace Corps, non-governmental organizations and for pursuing graduate work in the humanities, social sciences, international business, teaching and human services.

Students who wish to major in International Studies must have a 2.5 GPA for admission.

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Courses & Requirements

Required pre-major courses 4 credits
Major required courses (26 Credits)
Core courses (19 Credits)
Junior Year International Experience (4 Credits)

Choose four credits from one of the following:

Senior seminar (3 Credits)
Major electives (12 Credits)

To be completed within the student's concentration area and taken from the list of courses below. Courses must be taken from at least three different disciplines:

ASL and Deaf Studies
Business
Government
History
Sociology
World Languages and Cultures

*If WLC 314 is not used to satisfy the research methods core course

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