International Studies (INTL)

INTL 151G, PRINCIPLES/INTERNATIONAL STUDIES I 3 (3)

This course examines regional and international interactions, and the consequences of such interactions. A major purpose of the course is to introduce students to the various people and cultures of the world. It is designed to promote global awareness and to prepare students for the changing, interdependent world. Topics examined will include the importance of studying world politics, international prospects for competition and cooperation, the evolving world system, nationalism, fundamentals of international law, transnational religion, debt, diseases, underdevelopment, and global security.

General Education: IN1, IN2, IN3

Typically Offered: Fall Semester

INTL 152G, PRINCIPLES/INTERNATIONAL STUDIES II 3 (3)

This course will challenge students to investigate and interpret global issues from a variety of perspectives. A significant emphasis of the course focuses on issues on the world agenda. Topics on the environment, globalization, trade, finance, and international institutions will prepare the students to analyze the world around them. Thus, students will learn more about international issues that often seem remote but may have profound consequences for our nation. A combination of academic and experiential learning is encouraged, especially participation in study abroad and international internships.

General Education: IN1, IN2, IN3

Typically Offered: Spring Semester

INTL 299G, INDIVIDUALIZED STUDIES IN INTERNATIONAL STUDIES 1-2 (0)

An in-depth examination of areas in individualized studies through discussion and/or individual research and reading. Topics will vary. Repeatable up to a total of four (4) credit hours.

Typically Offered: Offer as required