Through processes of globalization and technological change, the world that we live in is shrinking. Increasingly, our local lives and communities are interconnected, through myriad global forces, to economic, social, cultural, political, and ecological processes that are changing all human societies and environments all over the world. Allow students interested in International Studies to study from the perspective on global topics and issues rather than narrower regional topics the chance to explore and specialize in a range of global issues.
Requirements: (18 credits)
15 credits from the courses in one of the thematic categories below.
6 credits must be at the 300- or 400-level. Not more than 9 credits from the same discipline (designator).