Minor in Global Studies

College of the Sciences and Mathematics
Required Core
GST 110Introduction to Global Studies3
GST 402Capstone Seminar: Global Engagement and Citizenship3
Tracks12
Students can select four courses from one of the following two tracks. No more than two courses may be taken within any one department. At least three of these courses should be outside of one's major discipline. Courses not listed here will be considered with recommendation by a member of the Global Studies Advisory Board, and reviewed and approved by the Global Studies director. Pre-requisites for any course used for the minor will not be counted as part of the program. Eighteen credits is the minimum for completion of the Minor.
Track I: Arts and Humanities
Art History
Art History I: Paleolithic-Middle Ages
Art History II: Renaissance through Modern Day
Non-Western Art
Art of Egypt
Global Art and Culture
Art of Greece and Rome
Art of the Middle Ages
Art of Renaissance-Baroque
18th and 19th Century Art
Art of Spain
English: Comparative Literature
Introduction to World Literature
African Studies
World Literature I
World Literature II
Latina Writing
African Literature
Modern World Drama
World Lit - Modern Fiction
History
Global History since 1900
History of Civilization I
History of Civilization II
Modern India
Modern China
Chinese Civilization
Introduction to the Islamic World
History of Africa to 1875
Latin American Women's History
Modern Latin America
History of Mexico
The Ancient World
Medieval Europe
Renaissance and Reformation
Austrian Civilization
Imperial Russia
The French Revolution and Napoleon
Gender and Peace
20TH Century Europe
The Holocaust
Languages and Culture 1,2
Modern Arabic I Elementary
Modern Arabic II
Elementary Chinese I
Elementary Chinese II
Modern Arabic Culture I
Contemporary Chinese Cinema and Society
Chinese Business Culture
French Civilization (In English)
Francophone Cultures West Africa-Caribbn
French Business Culture
Austrian Civilization
20th C Masterpieces: Kafka, Mann, Hesse
Artists as Conscience: Postwar Lit/Film
German Film: Expressionism to the New German Cinema
Masterpieces of German Theatre
Impact of Holocaust on Lit and Film
Images of Italy
Italy on Film
Russian Culture
The Literature of Russia
Russian & Soviet Film and Literature
Latin-American Culture and Civilization (In English)
Spanish Cinema
Representations of the Spanish Civil War
Spanish Women (1931 to Present)
Latin America on Film
Latin American Narrative from the European Conquest to 1930s
Contemporary Latin American Narrative
Latin American Avant-Gardes and Mass Media
Speaking Spanish in the United States
Latinos in the U.S.
Politics & Economics Lit Of Modern Amer
Latino Literatures in the US
Islamic Spain
New World: America
Elementary French I (Traditional)
Elementary French II (Traditional)
Elementary German I
Elementary German II
Elementary Italian I
Elementary Italian II
Elementary Japanese I
Elementary Japanese II
Teaching English Language Learners PK-12
Elementary Portuguese I
Elementary Portuguese II
Elementary Russian I
Elementary Russian II
Elementary Spanish I
Elementary Spanish II
Music
World Music
Philosophy
Introduction to Peace and Conflict Studies
Global Perspectives
Israel, Palestine, Power and Peace
Peace & Conflict Studies Seminar
Introduction to Ethics
Philosophies and Religions of the Far East
Philosophies and Religions of India
Religions of the West
Philosophies of Non-violence
Introduction to Islam
Business Ethics
Contemporary Moral Issues
Women and Religion
The Problem of War
Religion and Ecology
Environmental Ethics
Philosophy of Human Rights
Theatre and Dance
African Dance
Hip Hop Dance I
Women's and Gender Studies
Body Politics: Gender, Culture, and Representation
Transnational Feminisms
Women of the Global South
Gender and Peace
Gender,Labor and Globalization
Track II: Social Sciences, Education and Health Sciences
Anthropology
Introduction to Anthropology: Cultural
Native People of South America
Ethnology of Central America
Native People of the Andes
Cultures & Peoples of Sub-Saharan Africa
Cultures & Peoples of India
The Cultures of Cities
Cultural Heritage: Creating and Preserving the Past
Economics
Economic Growth & Development
International Economics
Geography
World Geography
Human Geography
Global Cities
Geography of Agriculture, Food & Sustainability
Geography of United States and Canada
Geography of Latin America
Geography of Europe
Geography of Asia
Population Geography
Urban Geography
Health Sciences
Transcultural Health: Principles and Practice
Population Health: Analysis, Surveillance, and Intervention
Political Science
International Relations
Introduction to Comparative Politics
Urban Politics
Russian Foreign Policy
The European Union
Contemporary International Relations
International Political Economy
Middle Eastern Politics
U.S. Foreign Policy
Politics of the Holocaust and Genocide
Latin American Culture and Politics
European Politics
Culture and Politics of Asia
Russian Government and Politics
African Politics and Society
Psychology
Multicultural Psychology
Sociology
Racial and Cultural Minorities
Social Stratification
Gender,Labor and Globalization
Globalization Across Societies and Cultures
Education 3
Student Teaching
Student Teaching
Understanding Disability through Cultural Perspectives
Student Teaching for Exceptional Learners
Total Minimum Credits Required18