International Studies Courses
The Composite Major in International Studies consists
of a total of 36 credit hours and is met by 24 major core credits, and
8 elective credits. Learn more about our complete list of courses.
4 credit hours of course work numbered 300 or higher in international or globally related courses selected in consultation with your advisor. These courses may be taken on or off-campus and usually will be in the following disciplines: art history, economics, history, modern languages (culture and/or literature courses), philosophy, political science, religion and sociology. It is strongly recommended that these courses be region specific to Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America or the Middle East.
FOREIGN LANGUAGE REQUIREMENT
A modern language successfully completed through the second year level (4th semester) or demonstrated equivalency.
OFF-CAMPUS STUDY REQUIREMENT
A year or semester study abroad program. To explore your options, visit Off-Campus Study. In consultation with an IS Academic Advisor students are able to earn directed elective credits for equivalent courses taken off campus.