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
|FR 101, 102, 103, 104, or equivalent* – Elementary and Intermediate French
*Substitution of AP credit or credit earned in summer language study is permitted.
|FR 209 – Introduction to French Literature||3|
|ECON 332 – European Economic History|
|FR 479 – Studies in Francophonie||3|
|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
|CHIN 201, 202 – Elementary Chinese I & II||10|
|CHIN 490 – Readings in Chinese Literature||3|
|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|
|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|
|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.|
|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