42-43 S.H. (minor required)
2.0 GPA required.
Letter grade required in all major courses unless otherwise noted.
At least 18 S.H. of 300/400-level courses required.
Global Studies is a multidisciplinary study of the changes taking place around the world. These changes have the effect of increasing and intensifying connections between countries, their peoples, and nature. Globalization is a common term used to describe this phenomenon which is the focus of this major. This major is organized in two parts. In the first part students take courses that are global in scope. In the second part student take courses pertaining to a particular global area of their choice and also study the language and culture of these areas. The objective of the global studies program is to enable students to integrate their knowledge of the globe with specific global areas/regions to foster a comprehensive understanding of glocalization.
4 Global Anchor Courses (12 S.H.)
3 Global Supporting Theme Courses (9 S.H.)
Electives: Cultural Literacy, World Languages, & World Regions (21-22 S.H.)