Global Perspective Minor

The ten minors available in the Social Sciences Division are designed to enrich, complement, and/or supplement the formal education of student’s major. They are not solely, or even primarily, for Social Science majors. Those interested in acquiring a minor for teacher certification should first consult with their academic advisor and the Education Division.

Program Requirements

ANTH-102CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY3.00
HIST-102HISTORY OF CIVILIZATION3.00
Program Electives
Select 15 credits from the following (6 credits of which must be numbered 300 or above):15.00
CULTURE AND ENVIRONMENT
RACE AND ETHNICITY
COMPARATIVE RELIGION
INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS
AFRICA AND THE WORLD
IMPERIALISM AND THE MODERN WORLD
HISTORY OF UNITED STATES INDIAN POLICY
ORIGINS OF AMERICAN FOREIGN POLICY
MIDDLE EASTERN HISTORY
COMPARATIVE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEMS
INTERNATIONAL POLITICS
COMPARATIVE GOVERNMENT
INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY
ORIGINS OF AMERICAN FOREIGN POLICY
GLOBALIZATION & THE STATE
RACE AND ETHNICITY
ENVIRONMENTAL SOCIOLOGY
Total Credits21.00

Summary

Program Requirements6
Program Electives15
Total21