International Studies Minor
Coordinator: Dr. Dwight Call
A minor in International Studies requires 18 semester hours with grades of C or better, distributed as follows:
- Foreign language (0-3 hours): Students must demonstrate minimum proficiency by completing a 2000-level course in a language other than English. Up to 3 credits of foreign language can be used toward the minor.
- An area of concentration chosen from the following list. At least fifteen semester hours must be at the 3000-4000 level, no more than six from the same discipline. The concentration may be a geographical area, a disciplinary study or other field chosen after consultation with the program coordinator. Other courses and courses taken abroad as approved by the program coordinator may be used to fulfill requirements for these hours. Courses that count toward a student's major or other minor requirements can also count toward the Minor in International Studies.
Areas of Concentration
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences:
College of Business: