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2017-2018 Undergraduate Bulletin

Global Studies, Minor in


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Minor Requirements - Total Semester Hours: 18


A minor in global studies consists of the successful completion of 18 semester hours, including:

1. Global Economics, Politics and Culture Electives - Semester Hours: 3


At least 3 s.h. must come from the Global Economics, Politics and Culture electives. Any course not currently listed under global economics, politics and culture, but approved by the chairperson of global studies may be counted toward these 3 s.h. 

2. Regional Area Studies Programs: Semester Hours: 3


At least 3 s.h. chosen from the Regional Studies electives. Any course with a regional focus that is not listed, but approved by the chairperson of Global Studies may be counted toward these 3 s.h.

Electives in Regional Studies


3. Required Elective Course in Category 1 or 2 - Semester Hours: 3


At least 3 s.h. chosen from Category 1: Global Economics, Politics and Culture electives (listed above) or Category 2: Regional Area Studies Programs (listed above). In addition, any course that is not listed but approved by the chairperson of global studies may be counted toward these 3 s.h.

Please Note:


  • Depending on subject matter, credits for GS 100, 104 A-Z, GS 151 to 154, 190 may be counted toward either the electives in global economics, politics and culture or as regional studies electives.
  • No more than 6 s.h. of course work taken as part of the student’s major may be applied toward the GS minor. Courses required for the GS major or minor and those with a GS designation are excluded from this restriction.
  • At least 6 s.h. must be from 100-level courses.
  • A grade of C- or better is required in each course.
  • With permission of the chairperson, up to 3 s.h. of appropriate HUHC seminars can be used toward the electives in global economics, politics and culture or as regional area studies electives.
     

 

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