Information for Double Majors or Potential Double Majors

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Information for Double Majors or Potential Double Majors in Communication
Studies and International Studies
GENERAL INFORMATION:
Because of its interdisciplinary nature, the International Studies major includes
coursework from a variety of academic disciplines within the School of Liberal Arts such
as Anthropology, Economics, Geography, History, Political Science and World
Languages and Cultures. It also includes courses that come from other schools such as
the Herron School of Art and Design and the Kelley School of Business.
International Studies students who choose to double major may “double count” up
to 9 credits from their other major toward their International Studies major. Such credits
must fit within the other parameters of the International Studies major. Depending on the
major and on the specific coursework taken, it may not always be possible to find 9
credits that will “double count” toward the International Studies major. Courses that are
cross-listed and potentially fulfill more than one requirement in the International Studies
major can only be counted in one area.
INFORMATION FOR COMMUNICATION STUDIES/INTL. STUDIES DOUBLE
MAJORS:
COMM C223
counts toward the International Business and Economics thematic
concentration.
COMM C482
counts toward the Global & Cross-Cultural Interactions thematic
concentration. Alternatively, it can count toward the International
Relations thematic concentration.
COMM G391
These are variable topics courses. Currently, the course topic
“Communications of Power and Diplomacy” fulfills the
International Relations thematic concentration. Please get in touch
with the International Studies program director with questions
about a specific G391 course.
Any Communication Studies course that includes an overseas travel component can
fulfill the International Experience requirement.
Questions or additional information: Contact the Program Admin Nicole Collins at
[email protected] or 317-274-7611 or the Program Director Dr. Michael Snodgrass at
[email protected]
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