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Introductory (3 credits)

+PSCI 130 Global Issues

Core Courses (12 credits total)

6 credits from the following:

+PSCI 309 International Politics
+PSCI 313 US Foreign Policy
PSCI 316 International Law
PSCI 319 Comparative Politics

6 credits from the following:

CRJU 499 Comparative Justice Systems
+ENGL 221 Canadian Literature
+ENGL 244 Devotional Literature
+ENGL 344 Modernism
+GEOG 205 Human Geography
+HIST 212 Modern Africa
+HIST 343 Twentieth-Century World
INTL 221 Survey of International Business
INTL 377 International Business Environment
+IS 103 International Experience
+MUS 115 Music in Culture
PSCI 353 Internship in International Studies
SOC 210 Cultural Anthropology
+THEO 250 Introduction to Comparative Religions
+THEO 345 Introduction to Religions of the West
+WMST 201 Women's Studies: A Cross-Cultural Introduction

Languages
Intermediate proficiency in a foreign language as demonstrated by successfully completing with a C or better 2 of the following courses in the same language (6 credits):

+SPAN 311 Advanced Spanish Grammar
+SPAN 312 Spanish Abroad 1-5 credits
+SPAN 313 Writing in Spanish
+FREN 301 Advanced French I
+FREN 302 Advanced French II

Choose one concentration in: A. Latin America; B. Europe (12 credits within that concentration from at least 2 different departments)

A. Latin America

+HIST 213 Latin America
+HIST 350 Advanced Topics in Latin America History
+IS 204 Selected Works of Hispanic Literature in Translation
+IS 210 Topics in Latin America Culture and Civilization
+PSCI 299/WI-399 Topics in Political Science
+PSCI 306 Model UN: Latin America (1-3 credit hours)
PSCI 353 Internship in Intl. Studies: Latin America
SPAN 314 Intro to Hispanic Cultural Studies
SPAN 315 Second Language Acquisition
SPAN 316 Intro to Hispanic Film Studies
SPAN 321 Latin America
SPAN 325 Intro to Hispanic Linguistics
SPAN 336 Cuban Revolution in Literature & Film
SPAN 350Special Topics in Spanish Literature, Linguistics, or Culture
SPAN 360 Special Topics in Hispanic Cultural Studies
+WMST 315 Latin American Women's Issues

B. Europe

+AH 353 Russian Art History
+ENGL 243 Irish Literature
+ENGL 307 Romanticism
+ENGL 309 Victorian Literature
+ENGL 310 Nineteenth-Century Fiction
FREN 303 Social Issues in the French Speaking World
FREN 304 French and Francophone Cinema
FREN 310 Special Topics in French and Francophone Studies
GS 303 German Short Story
GS 304 German Film
GS 310 Special Topics in German
+HIST 337 Northern Ireland
+HIST 338 Modern Ireland
+HIST 339 The British Empire
+HIST 340 Modern Britain, 1603 to the Present
+HIST 350 Advanced Topics in European History
+IS 201 Selected Works of French Literature in Translation
+IS 210 Topics in Modern European Culture and Civilization
+PSCI 299/WI-399 Topics in Political Science
+PSCI 306 Model UN: Europe (1-3 credit hours)
PSCI 353 Internship in Intl. Studies: Europe
SPAN 314 Intro to Hispanic Cultural Studies
SPAN 315 Second Language Acquisition
SPAN 316 Intro to Hispanic Film Studies
SPAN 320 Spain
SPAN 325 Intro to Hispanic Linguistics
WI-SPAN 334 Seminar in Spanish Cinema & Media
SPAN 350Special Topics in Spanish Literature, Linguistics, or Culture
SPAN 360 Special Topics in Hispanic Cultural Studies
+WMST 320 Irish Women and Film

Study Abroad
At least one semester abroad in an approved program is required. If a semester abroad is not possible, then at least 4 weeks in an approved intensive language immersion abroad program is required.

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Capstone

WI-PSCI 400 or Another Approved Writing Intensive Research Course
Writing Intensive Research Methods Capstone in Political Science directed by Duk Kim and another faculty. A Writing Intensive research course from another discipline can be used, upon approval by the Political Science Department.

(+) = general education course

WI = designated writing intensive course