Associate Professor Adcock (Interim Director); Professor Subramaniam; Associate Professor Li; Assistant Professor Kapur
The International Studies program provides students an opportunity to explore the challenges and opportunities facing the contemporary world from different disciplinary perspectives. This interdisciplinary approach is designed to provide students with a broad range of ideas and skills to analyze and respond to the diverse and complex mix of cultural, economic, and political forces that shape the global community. The concentration in International Studies provides students with an interdisciplinary understanding of the changing dynamics and forces that transcend national and regional boundaries.
Requirements for Concentration in International Studies
I. Required Courses for the major —at least 25 hours, including:
At least 18 hours of international studies related coursework chosen from the following courses:
Twelve hours must be at 300-400 level, and the courses must be from 3 different disciplines. Courses cross-listed between two departments (i.e. ASIA 320 and INTS 320) are considered to be a single discipline.