2016-2017 Undergraduate Academic Catalog

Global Studies Minor 15 credits

This interdisciplinary minor offers students the opportunity to study individuals, groups, societies and systems globally drawing upon a social science foundation. Elective choices provide students with the opportunity to choose a specific area of focus or to provide breadth of area focus.

Requirements

Required Core (3 Credits):

CGLST 2200Introduction to Globalization

3

Choose ONE (3 Credits):

CECON 1101Introduction to Economics

3

CGEOG 1001World Geography

3

CPOLS 1101Introduction to Political Science

3

Choose THREE (9 Credits):

At least two courses must be at or above 3000 level.

CANTH 1101Cultural Anthropology

3

CANTH 2502Film, Culture and Society

3

CANTH 3101Anthropology of the Caribbean

3

CANTH 3201Anthropology of Media

3

CANTH 3301Global Lives in a Transnational Age

3

CGLST 3305Model United Nations Seminar and Conference

4

CGLST 4400Senior Capstone Seminar: Global Social Change

3

CHIST 1501World History I

3

CHIST 1502World History II

3

CHIST 233820th Century World History

3

CHIST 3315Nazi Germany and the Holocaust

3

CHIST 2317Modern European History

3

CHIST 3350Latin America Since 1900

3

CHIST 3355Modern India: From Colony to Republic

3

CHIST 3360Africa Since 1800

3

CHIST 3450History of International Humanitarian Organizations

3

CHIST 3500History of Boston

3

CHIST 3600Africa in Film

3

CHIST 4030Modern Middle East History

3

CHIST 4055The History of Modern China

3

CHLTH 3400Health in the Developing World

3

CHUMS 3331The Shock of the New: European and American Culture at the Turn of the 20th Century

3

CPLCY 4441Global Child and Family Policy

3

CPOLS 2410Comparative Politics

3

CPOLS 3131Perspectives on International Relations

3

CRELS 2330World Religions

3

CSOCL 2113Children in Global Perspective

3

CSOCL 2119Race and Ethnic Relations

3

CSOCL 3412Culture and Society of the Middle East

3

CSOCL 4130Gender and Globalization

3

An appropriate travel course with approval of Social Sciences Division Director.