Department of Foreign Languages & Literatures

Minor in Global Cultures

15 semester hours in Minor (minimum 9 hours supporting courses). Student must fulfill all prerequisites for all courses.

Courses required:

A sequence of two language skills courses at 2000 or 3000 level

Three Elective Courses:

Anthropology (ANTH)

  • 2310 Race, Gender and Human Variation (3)
  • 2700 Peoples and Cultures of Asia (3)
  • 2500 Anthropology of Global Studies (3)
  • 2800 Anthropology of the African Diaspora (3)
  • 3100 Language and Culture (3)

     

Art (ARTS)

  • 3690 Arts of Africa (3)
  • 3760 20th Century Art (3)
  • 3790 Arts of Asia (3)
  • 3810 Gender and the Visual Arts (3)

Economics (ECON)

  • 3500 Comparative Economic Systems (3)
  • 4300 International Economics (3)

Geography (GEOG)

  • 2010 Cultural Geography (3)
  • 2020 Physical Geography (3)
  • 3110 United States and Canada (3)
  • 3130 Latin America (3)
  • 3140 Africa (3)
  • 3150 Europe (3)
  • 3160 Asia (3)

History (HIST)

  • 2080 Survey of European History (3)
  • 2100 Survey of Latin American History (3)
  • 2110 Survey of Asian History (3)
  • 2120 Survey of Modern African History (3)
  • 2130 Survey of Middle Eastern History (3)

Political Science (POLI)

  • 3120 Intro to Comparative Politics (3)
  • 3920 Intro to International Relations (3)

Religion (RELG)

  • 3330 Eastern Religions (3)
  • 3340 Western Religions (3)

Sociology (SOCY)

  • 3500 Minority Groups (3)

A plan of study is required. Print out and complete the top portion of the Global Cultures minor form and submit it to the Chair of the Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures. Student must earn a C or better in each course and maintain a 2.5 cumulative gradepoint average (CGA) for all the courses that count toward the minor. Courses taken in fulfillment of the College Core or for other majors and minors may not be counted toward the Global Cultures minor.

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Last Updated: August 19, 2015