MINOR IN INTERNATIONAL STUDIES (code 0-8545)
This Program was recommended by the Academic Senate on September 28, 1995 and
approved by the President on October 13, 1995
The Minor in International Studies consists of a minimum of 21 units at least 15 of which must be upper division courses, together with at least two years of college level of study (or equivalent proficiency) in a language other than English which must be a language appropriate to the student's program of study in International Studies. No course in the department of a student's major may be used in satisfaction of the unit requirements for this minor except for ECON 201, ECON 202, ECON 300.
Three units selected from ECON 201, ECON 202 or, with the consent of the International Studies advisor, upper division students may take ECON 300. (Units earned in satisfaction of this requirement may not be counted as part of the unit requirement in the minor.)
Six units selected from ANTH 120, HIST 112, GEOG 100 or 160, POSC 215 or 220.
Three units selected from the courses grouped under Cross Cultural Communication or from the courses grouped under Contemporary Belief Systems as those groups are defined for the Bachelor of Arts degree in International Studies.
Either six units selected from the courses grouped under Development Studies or six units selected from the courses grouped under Basics of International Relations as those groups are defined for the Bachelor of Arts degree in International Studies.
Six units selected from one of the geographic Area Concentrations defined for the Bachelor of Arts degree in International Studies.
EFFECTIVE: Spring 1996
IPEDS (Major): 00000
IPEDS (Degree): 00000