With a major in International Studies, you'll discover an interdisciplinary approach to studying global issues. You'll develop a broadly based but critical understanding of our ever-changing global environment.
What You'll Study
In an interdependent and globalized world, communication and problem solving are crucial. International Studies will teach you an interdisciplinary approach to problem solving and communication. This approach will prepare you to face challenges as both an individual and a global citizen.
A Networked World
with Dr. Brenda Kauffman
International Studies majors must complete a total of 54-58 credit hours. All majors will take 21 hours of required core courses; 12-16 hours of ONE language that is approved by the program coordinator; and three hours of study abroad.
Students must select a specific track – in Anthropology, Economics, Latin American Studies, or Political Science and will be required to take 18 credit hours of courses in that track.