Twelve total course units are required for the International Studies major. Each student completes 5 courses as part of the major core and 7 courses in an area of specialization.
All International Studies majors need to choose a specialization from among nine. Specializations are offered in six geographic areas: Europe, Latin America and the Caribbean, the Middle East, Asia, China, and Africa and three functional subjects: diplomacy, international economics and trade, and global health, development, and environment. Course requirements differ by concentration; please click the link for each specialization for a list of requirements. The related electives and the study abroad experience should be relevant to the concentration chosen.
Sample 4 Year Sequence Samples:
Global Health, Development, and Environment
International Economics and Trade
Latin American and Caribbean Studies