Globalization Studies - Class of 2014

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GLOBALIZATION STUDIES

Effective for the Class of 2014

I. Foundation courses:

_______________Pol 103 or Pol 104 (minimum grade of C- or better is required) No AP credit accepted.
_______________Econ 101 or 104 (minimum grade of C- or better is required)
_______________Anth 103 (minimum grade of C- or better is required)
_______________Hist 110 (minimum grade of C- or better is required)

No AP credit accepted.

II. Methods course:

One of the following: Anth 323, Econ 241, ES 196, 230 (260), Hist 300, HS 232, HS 326, Pol 215, Soc 302, VAH 120 or another course approved by the GSAC. (Minimum grade of C- or better is required)

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III. Regional and Comparative Track: (To be identified at the time of declaration)
Must be 200-level and above, with at least one at the 300-level.
From at least two disciplines, at least one class taken on campus.
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______Africa

______Latin America

______East Asia

______Middle East

______Europe

______Other (Specify)

IV. Four foreign language courses are required. Half-credit courses can count; not all classes need be in the same language.
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V. Thematic Track: (To be identified at the time of declaration)

Name of thematic track _________________________________

Must be 200-level and above, with at least one at the 300-level. From at least two disciplines, at least one class taken on campus.

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VI. One semester of off-campus study __________

VII Capstone:

_______________GS 440 (minimum grade of C- or better is required)

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Revised 4/11