Undergraduate Course Catalog 2005-2006

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CONTEMPORARY GLOBAL STUDIES/MINOR

Minor Credit Hours: 24-27

This minor is available to all students and is particularly relevant for those majoring in History, Psychology, Sociology, Political Science, Human Resource Management and Communication and in the College of Arts and Sciences, as well as for all majors in the College of Business.

I. Core Courses (21/24)
09-102 Culture and Civilization II (3)

History area (2 required; no more than 3)
09-211 Latin American and Caribbean History: Ancient Times to the Present (3)
09-261 History of India: Ancient Times to the Present (3)
09-323 The Emergence of Modern America, 1877-1941 (3)
09-325 United States Since 1941 (3)
09-351 Modern China (3)
09-352 Modern Japan (3)
09-372 Modern Europe (1815-Present) (3)
09-385 Russia: Ancient Times to the Present (3)
09-386 Eastern Europe: From the Baltic to the Black Sea (3)

Political Science (2 required; no more than 3)
18-321 Comparative Government (3)
18-331 International Relations (3)
18-336 American Foreign Policy (3)
18-337 International Topics (3)

Psychology
26-285 Cross-Cultural Psychology (3)

Sociology
20-290 Cultural Diversity and Intergroup Relations (3)

II. Choose one of the following electives:
06-334 Non-Western Literature (3)
10-350 Intercultural Communication (3)
20-315 Sociology of US Latin Americans (3)
20-360 Sociology of Conflict and Cooperation (3)
26-365 Industrial and Organizational Psychology (3)

Other courses may be suitable for this minor and may be substituted for an elective after consultation with and permission from the chair of the Department of History. In addition, the Lewis Study Abroad Program may be incorporated into this minor after consultation with and permission from the academic advisor, the chair of the Department of History and the dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. See Study Abroad Opportunities.