Globalization Studies - Effective with the Class of 2015

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GLOBALIZATION STUDIES

Effective with the Class of 2015

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 or GS 225 (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), Ger 328, Hist 300, HS 232, HS 326, Pol 215, Soc 302, Span 331, Span 345, ARTH 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 required __________

VII Capstone:

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

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Revised 9/2014