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Undergraduate

DEPARTMENTALLY APPROVED ELECTIVES

International/Intercultural Studies: (6 hours)

Students must select two courses in ONE of the following areas to satisfy the International/Intercultural Studies (IIS) requirement.

Since many of the International/Intercultural Studies courses have prerequisites, students should choose their Fine Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences electives carefully so as to have the appropriate prerequisites for the IIS courses that they wish to take.

Participation in the Summer Study Abroad program offered through the Foreign Languages department may satisfy part or all of the CS course requirements. Interested students should obtain details from the Foreign Languages department. Students who plan to satisfy IIS requirements via participation in the Summer Study Abroad program should consult their advisor to determine the amount of credit that may be obtained through this program.

In addition to the two International/Intercultural Studies courses, each student also must take one Fine Arts course, two Humanities courses, and two Social Science courses (University Core Curriculum requirements), for a total of at least 21 hours of coursework. A course may not be counted in more than one category.

GENERAL

Any Foreign Language course

AN 1143 - Introduction to Cultural Anthropology

AN 1343 - Introduction to Biological Anthropology

AN 2203 - Cultural and Racial Minorities (same as 50 2203)

AN 2540 - Archaeological Travel and Participation Program (1- 6 hours)(same asREL 2540)

AN 3323 - Contemporary Woman (same as 50 3323)

AN 4403 - Introduction to Linguistics (same as EN 4403 and FL 4403)

AN 4533 - Rise of Civilization

AN 4623 - Language and Culture (same as EN 4623 and SO 4623)

AN 4633 - Sociolinguistics (same as EN 4633 and SO 4633)

CO 4203 - Nonverbal Communication

CO 4273 - Intercultural Communication

GR 2013 - Cultural Geography

HI 4803 - Afro-American History and Culture

PS 1313 - Introduction to International Relations

PS 1393 - Honors in International Relations

PS 1513 - Comparative Government

PS 1593 - Honors in Comparative Government

REL 3203 - World Religions: Part I

REL 3213 - World Religions: Part II

SO 4113 - Social Organization and Change

SUBGROUPS

World

Any Foreign Language course

AN 2113 - Societies of the World

AN 4163 - Anthropology of International Development

EC 4323 - International Economic Relations

GR 1123 - Introduction to World Geography

lB 3913 - Principles of International Business

lB 3923 - International Business Finance

lB 3933 - International Marketing

PS 4313 - Principles of International Law

PS 4323 - International Organization

PS 4333 - Theories of International Relations

PS 4343 - International Conflict and Security

PS 4393 - The Global Context

PS 4623 - Politics of the Third World

SO 4223 - Comparative Family Systems

Europe

Any FL course (except FLJ courses)

GR 4223 - Geography of Europe

HI 4423 - Medieval Civilization

HI 4443 - Renaissance and Reformation

HI 4523 - Europe, 1789- 1914

HI 4533 - Europe: The First World War to Hitler

HI 4543 - Europe: The Second World War to the Common Market

PS 4553 - West European Politics

Classical and Romance Language Countries

Any FLF, FLH, FLL, or FLS course

FL 3113 - English Words Derived from Greek and Latin

FL 3203 - Introduction to Historical and Applied Linguistics

FL 4013 - Major Themes in Comparative Germanic and Romance Literatures

FL 4143 - Classical Mythology

ART 2143 - Italian Renaissance Art History

HI 4413 - Ancient Greece and Rome

HI 4773 - History of Modern France

England

HI 3743 - History of England

HI 4713 - Tudor and Stuart England

HI 4733 - Constitutional and Legal History of England

Germany

Any FLG course

FL 3203 - Introduction to Historical and Applied Linguistics

FL 4013 - Major Themes in Comparative Germanic and Romance Literatures

HI 3763 - Hitler and Nazi Germany

HI 4763 - History of Modem Germany

Scandinavia

FL 4113 - The Icelandic Sagas

FL 4123 - Scandinavian Mythology

FL 4623 - The Vikings

Russia

Any FLR course

GR 4243 - Geography of Russia and the Former Soviet Republics

HI 4753 - History of Russia

North America

AN 3123 - North American Indians

AN 3523 - North American Archaeology

GR 4203 - Geography of North America

Latin America

Any FLS course

AN 3133 - Latin American Anthropology

GR 4213 - Geography of Latin America

HI 2313 - Modem Latin America

HI 3343 - The Military of Latin America

HI 3353 - The United States and Latin America

HI 4343 - Latin- American Republics

HI 4353 - Modem Mexico

PS 4593 - Latin American Politics

Africa

AN 3153 - African Art and Culture (same as ART 3153)

GR 4253 - Geography of Africa

PS 4543 - African Politics

Near East

AN 3553 - Near Eastem Archaeology (same as REL 3553)

1114403 - The Ancient Near East (same as REL 4403)

SO 4313 - Contemporary Muslim Societies (same as REL 4313)

Far East

Any FLJ course

GR 4233 - Geography of Asia

HI 4903 - The Far East

REL 3453 - Hinduism and Buddhism PS 4573 - South and Southeast Asian Politics

PS 4583 - East Asian Politics