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Global Studies B.A.

All students must meet the University Requirements.

All students must meet the College Requirements.

Major Requirements

Thirty credits, including:

GRS 001D2:SU:Intro to Global Studies3
GRS 200D2:Seminar in Global Studies3
Four core courses drawn from disciplines relevant to Global Studies. To fulfill these core requirements, students should take one course from each of the following three thematic areas, and a fourth core course in the thematic area of their choice:12
Political-Economic Perspectives on Globalization:
Intro International Relations
D2:SU:Econ of Globalization
D2:SU:World Food,Pop & Develop
Human and Environmental Perspectives on Globalization:
D2:SU: Cultural Anthropology
D2:SU:World Regional Geog
D2:SU:International Env Stdies
Humanities Perspectives on Globalization:
D2: Global History Since 1500
D2: Literatures of Globalizatn
Or appropriate intro-level globalization and literature course
The remaining twelve credits for the major should be drawn from the list of Global Studies electives each semester, study abroad program, or in consultation with the Global Studies advisor. Nine of these elective credits must be at the 100-level or higher. No more than nine credits used toward the major may be taken from any one discipline. In addition, majors must complete either four courses at or above the 100-level in any foreign language or a minor in a foreign language. 12