B.A. MINOR - GLOBAL STUDIES (GLST)
24 Credits (Minimum of 12 credits at 300-400
level)
B.A. MINOR - GLOBAL STUDIES (GLST)
24 Credits (Minimum of 12 credits at 300-400
level)
REQUIRED COURSES (6 S.H.)
REQUIRED COURSES (6 S.H.)
GS 200 Introduction to Global Studies (3)
GS 400 Seminar in Global Studies (3)
GS 200 Introduction to Global Studies (3)
GS 400 Seminar in Global Studies (3)
MINOR ELECTIVES (18 S.H.)
The electives for the minor are organized in the following
four categories: Global Environment, Global Governance,
Global Society & Culture, and Global Economy. Students
must take at least 3 credits from each of the categories, but
may not count more than 9 credits from any one of the
categories as credit toward the minor. With the approval of
the program director, students may use up to 9 credits
earned by taking courses from the General Electives listed
below to fulfill minor requirements
MINOR ELECTIVES (18 S.H.)
The electives for the minor are organized in the following
four categories: Global Environment, Global Governance,
Global Society & Culture, and Global Economy. Students
must take at least 3 credits from each of the categories, but
may not count more than 9 credits from any one of the
categories as credit toward the minor. With the approval of
the program director, students may use up to 9 credits
earned by taking courses from the General Electives listed
below to fulfill minor requirements
Global Environment
Global Environment
Courses in this section consider the wholeness of the physical
environment of the globe, the potential of its resources to meet
human needs, the effects of human activity on the global
environment, and the ways in which its conservation can occur.
Courses in this section consider the wholeness of the physical
environment of the globe, the potential of its resources to meet
human needs, the effects of human activity on the global
environment, and the ways in which its conservation can occur.
BIOL 104
BIOL 104
CHEM 320
GEOG 370
GEOS 102
GEOS 103
GEOS 325
Environment, Society and Conservation
{USP course}
Environmental Chemistry (prereq one year
of general chemistry or instructor’s consent
{USP}
The Geography of Tourism- Advanced
Study
Resources of the Earth (USP course)
Natural Disasters (USP course)
GEOS 370
Environmental Geoscience (prereq GEOS
120 –Dynamic Earth or instructor’s consent
{USP course})
GIS and Imaging Techniques (Oral Flag)
RTTR 302
Adventure Travel and Tourism Development
CHEM 320
GEOG 370
GEOS 102
GEOS 103
GEOS 104
GEOS 325
GEOS 370
GEOS 425
RTTR 302
Environment, Society and Conservation
{USP course}
Environmental Chemistry (prereq one year
of general chemistry or instructor’s consent
{USP}
The Geography of Tourism- Advanced
Study
Resources of the Earth (USP course)
Natural Disasters (USP course)
Catastrophes and Extinctions (USP course)
Environmental Geoscience (prereq GEOS
120 –Dynamic Earth or instructor’s consent
{USP course})
GIS and Imaging Techniques (Oral Flag)
Global Climate Change (pre req GEOS 325
or permission of instructor- USP course)
Adventure Travel and Tourism Development
Global Governance
Global Governance
Courses in this category examine the issue of adequacy of current
international organizations to cope with contemporary problems
brought about by globalization, and examine the efforts of various
groups and countries to develop rules, norms, and institutions that
can respond to these problems in ways that are consistent with
universal standards of human dignity and responsibility.
Courses in this category examine the issue of adequacy of current
international organizations to cope with contemporary problems
brought about by globalization, and examine the efforts of various
groups and countries to develop rules, norms, and institutions that
can respond to these problems in ways that are consistent with
universal standards of human dignity and responsibility.
PHIL 290
Introduction to War, Peace and Terrorism
PHIL 341
POLS 130
POLS 130
POLS 135
Introduction to International Relations *
(USP course)
Just War Tradition
Introduction to International Relations *
(USP course)
POLS 135
Comparative Political Systems (USP course)
POLS 205
United Nations in World Affairs (USP course)
POLS 225
Ethnic Conflict & Nationalism (USP course)
Human Rights in Theory & Practice (USP
Comparative Political Systems (USP course)
POLS 205
United Nations in World Affairs (USP course)
POLS 225
Ethnic Conflict & Nationalism (USP course)
POLS 343
course)
POLS 343
course)
Human Rights in Theory & Practice (USP
POLS 346
International Law (prereq PS 130-USP course)
POLS 347
International Organization (Writing Flag
prereq POLS 130
POLS 346
International Law (prereq PS 130-USP course)
POLS 347
International Organization (Writing Flag
prereq POLS 130
POLS 475
Democratization & Its Challenges (Writing
Flag prereq PS 135)
POLS 475
Democratization & Its Challenges (Writing Flag
prereq PS 135)
POLS 488
Issues in International Politics (Oral Flag)
Global Society & Culture
Global Society & Culture
Courses in this category explore the emergence of common
norms, values and behavior around the world as a result of
globalization and spread of modern technology. They also
examine expression of thought and culture in different parts
of the world and the dynamic of conflict and cooperation
between local and global cultures.
CMST 381
Cross Cultural and International
Communication (prereq CMST 281)
EDUC 450
Comparative Education (no prerequisite)
ENG 221
Topics in World Literature (USP course)
{only sections with following topics
World Mythology;
Families Across Cultures;
Beyond Europe & America;
Postcolonial Literature
ENG 225
Topics in Literature: Meeting of East and
West in Literature
Courses in this category explore the emergence of common
norms, values and behavior around the world as a result of
globalization and spread of modern technology. They also
examine expression of thought and culture in different parts
of the world and the dynamic of conflict and cooperation
between local and global cultures.
CMST 291
Topics in Multicultural Communication
CMST 381
Cross Cultural and International
Communication (prereq CMST 281, every 3rd semester)
EDUC 450
Comparative Education (no prerequisite)
ENG 221
Topics in World Literature (USP course)
only sections with following topics}
World Mythology
Families Across Cultures
Beyond Europe & America
Postcolonial Literature
ENG 225
Topics in Literature: Meeting of East and
West in Literature
ENG 327
Genres in Literature- Reading Sacred Texts
ENG 327
Genres in Literature- Reading Sacred Texts
MCOM 450
International Broadcasting (Writing Flag
prereq MCOM 100)
International Broadcasting (Writing Flag
prereq MCOM 100)
MUS 114
World Music
MUS 114
World Music
RTTR265
Leisure in Different Cultures
RTTR265
Leisure in Different Cultures
RTTR 390
Tourism Planning
MCOM 450
PHIL 330
PHIL 330
Biomedical Ethics
SOCW445
Globalization of Social Welfare (3)
(prerequisite: SOCW 340)
SOCW445
Globalization of Social Welfare (3)
(prerequisite: SOCW 340) SOC 340
Social- Cultural Anthropology (prerequisite
SOC 150)
SOC 421
SOC 340
SOC 421
Social- Cultural Anthropology (prerequisite
SOC 150)
Urban Sociology (Prerequisite SOC 150)
Global Economy
Courses in this section deal with the emergence of the
global market economy, the way in which it operates and
how governments and non-governmental groups react to it.
ACCT 424
BUSA 411
ECON 415
International Economic Development
(prereq ECON 201 and 202 -USP courses)
FIN 440
GEOG211
Courses in this section deal with the emergence of the
global market economy, the way in which it operates and
how governments and non-governmental groups react to it.
ACCT 424
International Taxation (prereq ECON 202USP course)
BUSA 411
International Business Law (prereq BUSA
291 or Jr standing)
ECON 404
International Economics (prerequisite
ECON 201 and 202 -USP courses)
ECON 415
International Economic Development
(prereq ECON 201 and 202 -USP courses)
FIN 440
International Finance (prerequisite FIN 360
Corporate Finance)
GEOG211
Economic Geography
GS 335
Global Poverty and Sustainable
Development
International Business Law (prereq BUSA
291 or 301)
International Economics (prerequisite
ECON 201 and 202 -USP courses)
International Finance (prerequisite FIN 360
Corporate Finance)
Urban Sociology (Prerequisite SOC 150)
Global Economy
International Taxation (prereq ECON 202USP course)
ECON 404
Biomedical Ethics
Economic Geography
MGMT 345
International Business (MGMT 475
International Management
(prereq MGMT 345
or instructor’s consent,
Jr. standing)
MGMT 447
International Labor Relations (prereq ACCT
211-USP course, ECON 201 & 202 -USP
courses, MGMT 315 & 317 or Instructor’s
consent)
MGMT 455
International Business (MGMT 315 or
MGMT 477
International Human Resource
Management (prerequisite MGMT 315 or
325, and 317, or instructor’s consent, Jr.
standing)
instructor’s consent)
MGMT 475
Seminar In International Management
(prereq MGMT 315 or instructor’s consent)
MGMT 477
International Human Resource
Management (prerequisite MGMT 315 or
325, and 317, or instructor’s consent)
MKTG 105
Marketing in a Global Society
MKTG 331
International Marketing
POLS 342
International Political Economy
(prerequisite POLS 130- USP course)
General Electives
GS 202 Cultrual Diversity Lab
POLS 342
International Political Economy
(prerequisite POLS 130- USP course)
General Electives
GS 205 Cultural Encounters (3 S.H.)
GS 350 Cross-Cultural Field Experience (1-9 S.H.)
GS 460 Independent Study (1-9 S.H.)
GS 205 Cultural Encounters (3 S.H.)
GS 350 Cross-Cultural Field Experience (1-9 S.H.)
GS 450 Global Studies Internship (1-21 S.H.)
GS 451 Global Studies Internship (3 S.H. for grade only)
GS 460 Independent Study (1-9 S.H.)
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B.A. MINOR - GLOBAL STUDIES (GLST)