Sample Curriculum

This curriculum map is representative of the course of study for this program. For updated information, download the 2012/13 University Catalog.

BA in International Studies

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First Year

Fall Semester Spring Semester
# title credits # title credits
EN101 Composition I 3 EN102 Composition II 3
HI108 World Civilization I 3 PO105 American Politics 3
IN101 Intro International Studies 3 Modern Language 112 6
Modern Language 111 6 Math Elective 3
Total credits 15 Total credits 15

Second Year

Fall Semester Spring Semester
# title credits # title credits
EN201 World Literature I 3 EN202 World Literature II 3
EC201 Principles Economics (macro) 3 EC202 Principles Economics (micro) 3
*Modern Language 205 3 Modern Language 206 3
Math Elective 3 **PH Elective 3
PO215 International Relations 3 PO202 Comparative Politics 3
Total credits 15 Total credits 15

Third Year

Fall Semester Spring Semester
# title credits # title credits
Elective 3 Humanities Elective 3
Elective 3 ***Comp. Pol./Hist. Elec. 3
Elective 3 Lab Science 4
Modern language (300 Level) 3 Modern Language (300 Level) 3
Elective 3 Elective 3
Total credits 15 Total credits 16

Fourth Year

Fall Semester Spring Semester
# title credits # title credits
Humanities ELective 3 Humanities Elective 3
EC419 International Econ. 3 Elective 3
Lab Science 4 History Elective 3
***Comp. Po./Hist. Elective 3 ***Comp. PO./Hist. Elective 3
***Comp.PO./Hist. Elective 3 IN410 Sem. International Studies 3
Total credits 16 Total credits 15

 

* Language other than Chinese, French, Spanish, or german may be used to satisfy the language requirement with the approval of the Modern Languages Department. To satisfy the study abroad requirements, students will study in a Chinese, French, Spanish, or German speaking country unless a substitute language has been approved by the Modern Languages Department.
**Must satisfy the General Education Ethics requirement.
***Comparative Politics or History elective chosen as follows: two courses from PO310. PO320, PO340, or PO348 and two history courses in the catalogue designated as European or Non-Western, as well as HI338 and HI339 (U.S. Diplomatic history).

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