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2020-2021 Undergraduate Catalog 
2020-2021 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

International Studies-Europe Minor

(Minor Code: M819)

International studies is an interdisciplinary minor administered and advised through the Department of History. This program encourages students to globalize their intellectual and professional goals by exploring the cultures, languages, histories, landscapes, economies and political systems of specific world regions. International studies minors equip themselves for a variety of careers, from public policy to national security, from finance to arts management.

International Studies-Europe Minor Requirements:

  • 18 hours, nine of which must be at the advanced level, three in residence.
  • Two semesters of French, German, Spanish, Portuguese or another relevant European language, or deminstrated competency in a European language other than English.
  • 12 hours of area-related course work, six from any field, three of which may come from the “general” list including study-abroad embedded courses.
  • Students are strongly encouraged to study abroad.


Refer to the “Requirements for Baccalaureate Degrees” section of this catalog for additional information concerning the requirements for academic minors.