International Sample Minors

The following examples illustrate ways in which the International Minor requirements can be met. Many other combinations of courses can be proposed for approval.

 

INTERNATIONAL MINOR – FRANCE

 

Langauge Semester Hours
FR 101, 102, 103, 104, or equivalent* – Elementary and Intermediate French
*Substitution of AP credit or credit earned in summer language study is permitted.
12
Area Studies
FR 209 – Introduction to French Literature 3
ECON 332 – European Economic History
FR 479 – Studies in Francophonie 3
Residency
Six week summer program at iCAM in Lille, France studying French language and culture. Six hours of credit can be substituted to fulfill part of the above course requirements.

 

INTERNATIONAL MINOR – CHINA/EAST ASIA

 

Langauge Semester Hours
CHIN 201, 202 – Elementary Chinese I & II 10
CHIN 490 – Readings in Chinese Literature 3
Area Studies
HIST 120 – East Asian Civilizations 3
ENG 299* – Cultural Study of China
*Credit earned in residence in Hong Kong.
PS 343 – Government and Politics of China 3
Residency
Six week summer program at Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

 

INTERNATIONAL MINOR – GREAT BRITAIN

In this example language cannot be used as part of the required 21 semester hours.

Area Studies Semester Hours
ACE 251 – World Food Economy 3
ENGL 247 – The British Novel 3
Area Studies
GEOG 110 – Geography of International Conflicts 3 3
HIST 255 – British Isles to 1688
PS 280 – Introduction to International Relations 3
PS 349 – Government & Politics of Great Britain 3
*Credit earned in residence in Great Britain may be substituted for some of these courses.
Residency
One academic year at Bristol University.

Note: This set of courses satisfies all of the college and campus requirements for non-technical general education courses

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