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Web: International Studies (IST)
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.
Choose four credits from one of the following:
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:
*If WLC 314 is not used to satisfy the research methods core course
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