International Studies Minor: Asian Emphasis
18 credits, at least 9 credits of which must be at the 300/400 level.
|International studies foundation:|
|Select one from:||3|
|Required capstone course:||3|
|Engaging Global Challenges and Opportunities|
|Asian emphasis electives:|
|Select an additional twelve credits of electives from at least three different disciplines on the Asian emphasis list (see below) and at least six of these credits must be at the 300/400 level.||12|
International studies minors may apply a maximum of six credits from another major or minor.
A maximum of six credits are allowed to overlap between general education requirements and the minor.
Asian emphasis electives
|ANT 215||Refugees, Displaced Persons and Transnational Communities||3|
|ANT 351||Peoples and Cultures of Southeast Asia||3|
|ANT/ERS 362||Hmong Americans||3|
|CHI 202||Intermediate Chinese II||4|
|CHI 305||Introduction to Modern Chinese Literature||3|
|CHI 320||Introduction to Chinese Civilization||3|
|GEO 328||Geography of East and Southeast Asia||3|
|GEO 331||Geography of the Middle East, Central and South Asia||3|
|HIS 327||History of Buddhism||3|
|HIS 328||History of Hinduism||3|
|HIS 364||Gandhi's India||3|
|MLG 202||World Languages: Intermediate II 1||4|
|PHL 349||Asian Philosophy||3|
|PHL 360||Zen Buddhism||3|
|POL 333||Asian Government and Politics||3|
|POL 433||Women and Politics in Asia||3|
Additional courses not listed above may be counted towards the INS Asian emphasis minor as long as they satisfy at least one of the program learning outcomes. Please contact the INS Director for more information.