International Studies Minor

The International Studies minor will open up a world of opportunities. Research confirms that employers today look for people who understand diversity, can connect multidisciplinary perspectives, and think critically to create transnational solutions to complex problems. The International Studies minor demonstrates that you are ready for work at the 21st century organization.

International Studies Minor Requirements

The required course for a minor in International Studies is:
INST 2130International Studies

3 credits

In addition to INST 2130, students must take an additional 15 credits of approved coursework—12 credits of which must be at the 3000/4000 level from at least two different disciplines. Several approved courses are listed below, and students may speak with an International Studies advisor to inquire about additional courses that could apply to the minor.

CMST 2010Interpersonal Communication

3 credits

CMST 4510/CMST 8516Persuasion and Social Influence

3 credits

CMST 4530/CMST 8536Intercultural Communication-US

3 credits

ECON 2200Principles of Economics (Micro)

3 credits

ECON 2220Principles of Economics (Macro)

3 credits

ECON 3130/GEOG 3130Economic Geography

3 credits

ECON 4610/ECON 8616International Trade

3 credits

ECON 4660/ECON 8666International Economic Development

3 credits

GEOG 1020Introduction to Human Geography

3 credits

GEOG 3930Political Geography

3 credits

HIST 4350/HIST 8356American Diplomatic History

3 credits

HIST 4710/HIST 8716Europe and America in the Two World Wars

3 credits

ISQA 3420Managing in a Digital World

3 credits

MKT 3380International Marketing

3 credits

PSCI 2210Introduction to International Relations

3 credits

PSCI 3220/PSCI 8225International Organizations

3 credits

PSCI 4240/PSCI 8246International Conflict Resolution

3 credits

PSCI 4290/PSCI 8296/CACT 8306International Development & Sustainability

3 credits