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School of Social Sciences

Minor in International Studies

Minor Requirements

1. INTL-I 100 - Introduction to International Studies (3 credits) - must be taken face-to-face with an IU Southeast faculty member

2. Two years of a single foreign language.

3. Two of the following options (6 credits):

Dept.

Course Number

Title

Credit Hours

Minimum Grade

Option

ECON-E

or

POLS-Y

333

or

376

International Economics

or

International Political Economy

 

3

 

C-

 

 

A.

GEOG-G

201

World Regional Geography

3

C-

B.

POLS-Y

or

POLS-Y

109

or

107

Introduction to International Relations

or

Introduction to Comparative Politics

 

3

 

 

C-

 

C.

HIST-H

101

The World in the 20th Century

3

C-

D.

3. One course from each group of a selected International Studies concentration (A, B, and C, as displayed below):

Europe Concentration

Dept.

Course Number

Title

Credit Hours

Minimum Grade

Group A: Language and Culture

FREN-F

300

Lectures Eg Analyses Litteraires

3

C-

FREN-F

363

Introduction a la France Moderne

3

C-

FREN-F

461

La France Contemporaine

3

C-

FREN-F

474

Theme Et Version

3

C-

FREN-F

475

Le Francais Oral: Cours Avance

3

C-

FREN-F

495

Individual Readings in French (Variable Topics

3

C-

GER-G

362

Introduction to Contemporary Germany

3

C-

GER-G

363

Introduction to German Cultural History

3

C-

GER-G

415

Perspectives on German Literature

3

C-

GER-G

418

German Film and Popular Culture

3

C-

GER-G

464

German Culture and Society

3

C-

SPAN-S

411

Spanish: The Cultural Context

3

C-

SPAN-S

407

Survey of Spanish Literature I

3

C-

SPAN-S

408

Survey of Spanish Literature II

3

C-

FINA-A

101

Ancient and Medieval Art

3

C-

FINA-A

102

Renaissance Through Modern Art

3

C-

ENG-L

298

English Literature to 1600

3

C-

ENG-L

298

English Literature from 1600 to 1800

3

C-

ENG-L

303

Medieval English Literature in Translation

3

C-

ENG-L

309

Elizabethan Poetry

3

C-

ENG-L

313

Early Plays of Shakespeare

3

C-

ENG-L

314

Late Plays of Shakespeare

3

C-

ENG-L

365

Continental Drama

3 C-

SPAN-S

275

Hispanic Culture and Conversation*

3 C-

SPAN-S

291

Hispanic Literature and Civilization* 3 C-

SPAN-S

301

The Hispanic World I* 3 C-

SPAN-S

302

The Hispanic World II* 3 C-

SPAN-S

303

The Hispanic World III* 3 C-

SPAN-S

363

Introduccion a La Cultura Hispanica* 3 C-

SPAN-S

494

Individual Readings in Hispanic Studies* 3 C-

Group B: History and Philosophy

HIST-B

359

Europe, 1789-1848

3

C-

HIST-B

360

Europe, 1848-1914

3

C-

HIST-B

361

Europe in the Twentieth Century

3

C-

HIST-B

362

Europe in the Twentieth Century, Since 1945

3

C-

HIST-H

103

Europe: Renaissance to Napoleon

3

C-

HIST-H

104

Europe: Napoleon to the Present

3

C-

PHIL-P

302

Medieval Philosophy 3 C-

PHIL-P

304

19th Century Philosophy 3 C-

PHIL-P

314

Modern Philosophy 3 C-

PHIL-P

410

Ancient Greek Philosophy 3 C-

REL-R

152

Jews, Christians, and Muslims 3 C-

REL-R

327

Christianity, 50-450 3 C-

Group C: Politics and Geography

POLS-Y

335

European Politics

3

C-

POLS-Y

349

Comparative Public Policy

3

C-

POLS-Y

354

Nationalism in Europe

3

C-

GEOG-G

418

Historical Geography

3

C-

 

Latin America Concentration

Dept.

Course Number

Title

Credit Hours

Minimum Grade

Group A: Language and Culture

SPAN-S

412

Spanish America: The Cultural Context

3

C-

SPAN-S

471

Spanish American Literature

3

C-

SPAN-S

472

Spanish American Literature II

3

C-

FINA-A

150

African, New World/Oceanic Art

3

C-

SPAN-S

275

Hispanic Culture and Conversation*

3

C-

SPAN-S

291

Hispanic Literature and Civilization*

3

C-

SPAN-S

301

The Hispanic World I*

3

C-

SPAN-S

302

The Hispanic World II*

3

C-

SPAN-S

303

The Hispanic World III*

3

C-

SPAN-S

363

Introduccion a la Cultura Hispanica*

3

C-

SPAN-S

494

Individual Readings in Hispanic Studies

3

C-

Group B: History and Philosophy

HIST-F

100

Issues in Latin American History

3

C-

HIST-F

216/416

History of Slavery in the Americas

3

C-

HIST-F

232

Upheaval in 20th Century Latin America

3

C-

HIST-F

341

Latin America: Conquest and Empire

3

C-

HIST-F

342

Latin America: Evolution and Revolution

3

C-

HIST-F

350

The Environment in Latin American History 3 C-

HIST-F

360

Natural Disasters in Latin American History 3 C-

HIST-H

231

Women, Men, and Family in History* 3 C-

Group C: Politics and Geography

 

 

POLS-Y

337

Latin American Politics

3

C-

GEOG-G

323

Geography of Latin America

3

C-

 

East Asia Concentration

Dept.

Course Number

Title

Credit Hours

Minimum Grade

Group A: Language and Culture

FINA-A

362

Art of Japan

3

C-

FINA-A

451

Art of the South Pacific

3

C-

FINA-A

456

Samoa Art and Culture

3

C-

REL-R

153

Religions of Asia 3 C-

REL-R

354

Buddhism

Group B: History and Philosophy

HIST-G

100

Introduction to Asian History

3

C-

HIST-G

200/300

Issues in Asian History

3

C-

HIST-G

385

Modern China

3

C-

HIST-G

387

Contemporary China

3

C-

HIST-H

207

Modern East Asian Civilization 3 C-

HIST-H

208

American-East Asian Relations 3 C-

PHIL-P

170

Intro to Asian Philosophy 3 C-

PHIL-P

374

Early Chinese Philosophy

Group C: Politics and Geography

POLS-Y

369

Asian Politics

3

C-

 

Africa Concentration

For the African Concentration, it is expected that students will need to take courses through Metroversity and/or study abroad programs in order to meet the requirements of this concentration. See the International Studies Program Coordinator for advising.

Dept.

Course Number

Title

Credit Hours

Minimum Grade

Group A: Language and Culture

FINA-H

473

Art of Sub-Saharan Africa

3

C-

FREN-F

305

Chefs D'Oeuvre De La Litterature Franciase I*

3

C-

Group B: History and Philosophy

HIST-E

100

Issues in African History

3

C-

REL-R

257

Introduction to Islam

3

C-

Group C: Politics and Geography

GEOG-G

425

Africa:  Contemporary Geographic Problems

3

C-

 

*Denotes a course that is subject to departmental approval.

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