Core Courses (Required)

15 credits/ 5 courses

INGS-101

Global Studies

ANTH-210

Culture & Globalization

POLS-330

Human Rights in Global Perspective

ECON-XXX

Any one of the following six courses:

ECON 201: Principles of Macroeconomics

ECON 405: International Trade & Finance

ECON 406: Global Economic Issues

ECON 432: Open Economy Macroeconomics

ECON 448: Development Economics

ECON 449 Comparative Economic Systems

INGS-501

Capstone Seminar

   
 

International Experience (Required)

0 credits

   

INGS-597

Study Abroad

INGS-598

Internship  (0-12 credits)

INGS-499

Co-Op

   
 

Globalization Concentration (Required)

9 credits/ 3 electives

ANTH-235

Immigration to the U.S.

ANTH-305

Comparative Historical Linguistics

ANTH-330

Cultural Images of War

ANTH-345

Genocide & Post-Conflict Justice

ANTH-350

Global Economy & the Grassroots

ANTH-360

Humans & their Environment [also Perspectives in Scientific Principals]

ANTH-370

Media & Globalization

ANTH-410

Global Cities

ANTH-425

Global Sexualities

SOCI-250

Globalization & Security

SOCI-315

Global Exiles of War & Terror

INGS/HIST-201

Histories of Globalization

INGS/ANTH-270

Cuisine, Culture & Power

HIST-480

Global Information Age

POLS-250

Globalization and Security

POLS-295

Cyberpolitics

POLS-360

International Political Thought

 

Methods (Required)

9 credits/ 3 courses

ISTE-105

Web Foundations

SOCI/ANTH-302

Qualitative Research

STAT 145

Introduction to Statistics I

 

Modern Language (Required)

9 credits/ 3 courses

Arabic, Chinese, Japanese, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, American Sign Language, or a language offered at neighboring institution

   

MLxx-301

Intermediate I  (prerequisite 201/202)

MLxx-302

Intermediate II

MLxx-401

Advanced I or equivalent course

   
 

Advanced Study

6 credits/ 2 electives

Any combination of courses or select one rubric twice

   

MLxx-402

Modern Language Advanced II or equivalent

INGS-502

Advanced Research in Global Studies (multiple times)

ANTH/SOCI

Advanced program electives from field specializations or the globalization concentration or program courses in linguistic anthropology

   
 

Field Specialization (Required)

12 credits/ 4 electives

Choose one track from:

African studies; Asian studies; European studies; Global Justice, Peace, & Conflict studies; Indigenous studies; International Business; Latin American studies; Middle Eastern studies; Sustainable Futures; Transnational Gender.

African Studies

ANTH-225

Globalizing Africa

ANTH-275

Global Islam

ANTH-310

African Popular Cultures

ANTH-345

Genocide & Post-Conflict Justice

ANTH-410

Global Cities

FNRT-323

Survey of African American Music

HIST-245

American Slavery & Freedom

INGS/HIST-210

Culture and Politics in Urban Africa

INGS/HIST-310

Global Slavery & Human Trafficking

SOCI-210

African American Culture

SOCI-315

Global Exiles of War & Terror

   

Asian Studies

 

 

ANTH-275

Global Islam

HIST-160

History of Modern East Asia

HIST-252

The U.S. & Japan

HIST-260

History of Premodern China

HIST-261

History of Modern China

HIST-265

History of Modern Japan

HIST-266

History of Premodern Japan

HIST-351

The Vietnam War

HIST-365

Conflict in Modern East Asia

HIST-450

Modern Japan in History, Fiction, & Film

HIST-465

Samurai in Word & Image

HIST-462

East-West Encounters

INGS/HIST-310

Global Slavery & Human Trafficking

MLJP-351

Languages in Japanese Society

PHIL-311

East Asian Philosophy

POLS-350

Politics in East Asia

   

European Studies

ANTH-275

Global Islam

ANTH-340

Divided Europe

ANTH-380

Nationalism & Identity

ENGL-316

Topics in Global Literatures [incl. Irish, Russian, Italian]

FNRT-210

Bach, Handel, & the Baroque

FNRT-211

Era of Haydn, Mozart, & Beethoven

HIST-170

Twentieth-Century Europe

HIST-270

History of Modern France

HIST-280

History of Modern Germany

HIST-369

Histories of Christianity

HIST-470

Science, Technology, & Empire

INGS/HIST-310

Global Slavery & Human Trafficking

MLFR-351

French Films & Hollywood

MLGR-351

German Culture through Film

MLIT 449

Italian Cinema from Neorealism to the New Millennium

PHIL-201

Ancient Philosophy

PHIL-203

Modern Philosophy

PHIL-408

Critical Social Theory

PHIL-409

Existentialism

PHIL-410

Medieval Philosophy

PHIL-412

Nineteenth-Century Philosophy

PHIL-417

Continental European Philosophy

   

Global Justice, Peace, & Conflict Studies 

ANTH-330

Cultural Images of War

ANTH-345

Genocide & Post-Conflict Justice

HIST-251

Modern U.S. Foreign Relations

HIST-410

Terrorism, Intelligence, & War

HIST-351

The Vietnam War

HIST-470

Science, Technology, & Empire

INGS/HIST-310

Global Slavery & Human Trafficking

MLSP-353

Trauma and Survival in First Person Narrative

PHIL-201

Ancient Philosophy

PHIL-305

Philosophy of Peace

PHIL-304

Philosophy of Law

PHIL-403

Social & Political Philosophy

POLS-295

Cyberpolitics

POLS-325

International Law & Organizations

POLS-440

War & the State

POLS-445

Terrorism & Political Violence

SOCI-250

Globalization & Security

SOCI-315

Global Exiles of War & Terror

   

Indigenous Studies

ANTH-220

Language & Culture

ANTH-260

Native North Americans

ANTH-265

Native Americans in Film

ANTH-280

American Indian Languages

ANTH-310

Popular Cultures in the Global South

ANTH-335

Culture & Politics in Latin America

ANTH-375

Native American Cultural Resources & Rights

ANTH-430

Visual Anthropology

ECON-452

ANTH-455

INGS-455

Economics of Native America

   

International Business

ECON-405

International Trade & Finance

ECON-406

Global Economic Issues

HIST-380

International Business History

INGS/HIST-310

Global Slavery & Human Trafficking

INTB-225

Globalization

INTB-300

Cross-Cultural Management

INTB-310

Regional Business Studies

INTB-320

Global Marketing

INTB-489

Seminar in International Business

INTB-550

Global Entry & Competition Strategies

MGMT-215

Organizational Behavior

MKTG-230

Principles of Marketing

   

Latin American Studies

ANTH-235

Immigration to the U.S.

ANTH-285

American Indian Languages

ANTH-315

Archaeology of Cities

ANTH-335

Culture & Power in Latin America

ANTH-350

Global Economy & the Grassroots

ANTH-410

Global Cities

ENGL-316

Topics in Global Literatures [incl. Latin, Latino, Caribbean]

INGS/HIST-310

Global Slavery & Human Trafficking

MLSP-351

Gender & Sexuality in Hispanic Studies

MLSP-352

Caribbean Cinema

MLSP-353

Trauma & Survival in First Person Narratives

POLS-335

Politics in Developing Countries

   

Middle Eastern Studies

ANTH-240

Muslim Youth Cultures

ANTH-255

Regional Archaeology (Middle East)

ANTH-275

Global Islam

ANTH-315

Archaeology of Cities

ANTH-365

Culture & Politics in the Middle East

ENGL-420

Global Cinema: Iranian Literature and Film

POLS-335

Politics in Developing Countries

   

Sustainable Futures

ANTH/INGS-270

Cuisine, Culture, & Power

ANTH-280

Sustainable Development

ANTH-285

American Indian Languages

ANTH-410

Global Cities

ECON-448

Development Economics

HIST-470

Science, Technology, & Empire

ISTE-383

Introduction to Geospatial Technologies

ISTE-348

Geographic Information Systems

PHIL-308

Environmental Philosophy

POLS-335

Politics in Developing Countries

SOCI-250

Globalization & Security

SOCI-255

Disaster, Public Health Crisis, & Global Responses

SOCI-320

Population & Society

STSO-220

Environment & Society

STSO-330

Energy & the Environment

STSO-341

Biomedical Issues: Science and Technology

STSO-441

Cyborg Theory: (Re)thinking the Human Experience  in the 21st Century

   

Transnational Gender

ANTH-290

Language & Sexuality

ANTH-325

Bodies & Culture

ANTH-425

Global Sexualities (WI)

ECON/INGS/ANTH-451

Economics of Women & the Family

ENGL-414

Topics in Women’s & Gender Studies

FNRT-206

Queer Looks

INGS/HIST-310

Global Slavery & Human Trafficking

MLSP-351

Gender & Sexuality in Hispanic Studies

PHIL-309

Feminist Theory

SOCI-235

Women, Work, & Culture

SOCI-245

Gender & Health

STSO-342

Gender, Science, & Technology

 

Free Electives

6 credits/ 2 electives

   

Any course

From any college

Any course

From any college

Special Topics courses, such as sections of ENGL-416 Topics in Global Literatures, may be able to count toward different requirements. Please consult with your advisor.