Program of Study
The International Studies Program offers major and minor courses of study.
For the class of 2014 and future years
Admission to the major is by application at the end of the Freshman year. Admission to the minor is through submission of an acceptable program of courses. Both the major and minor provide students with the opportunity to integrate international aspects of different disciplines into a coherent program. Each has specific required core courses and electives.
The major in International Studies consists of seven core courses drawn from several departments: a six-course disciplinary based in either economics, political science, or history/culture/society, and a Senior-year seminar.
Freshmen or transfer students who are considering applying for this major are advised to take one or more foundation courses, appropriate for the International Studies Program, to build their academic background and demonstrate their academic skills in topics related to the major. View courses that will count toward the IS Major, as well as fulfill core requirements.
The minor requires two core introductory courses and four elective courses as determined by the student's chosen thematic concentration.
Students interested in the major or minor programs should consult the application requirements. The Carroll School of Management also offers its own International Studies minor for CSOM students.
Students are advised to check course offerings carefully in planning their program as not all courses are offered each year.