The International Studies Minor

Professor: Bradley Gitz

At a time when intellectual and professional endeavors of all kinds have an increasingly international dimension, the minor in international studies is a secondary field of specialization that provides an understanding of the global aspects of contemporary problems. The minor will complement and expand the scope of a student’s major in any discipline. As an interdisciplinary minor, international studies draws upon the disciplines of political science, economics, history, foreign languages, and anthropology.

A minor in international studies requires students to participate in an appropriate study abroad program in order to develop an understanding of how nations interrelate culturally, politically, and economically.

Summary of Requirements for a Minor in International Studies

Item #
Title
Credits
ISM: Language  +
12
ISM: Foreign Study  +
Sub-Total Credits
30
Total credits:
30

Overview

Program