Interim Director of International Studies
Director of International Studies (on sabbatical 2015-2016)
CUB 221-B (717-477-1907)
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SecretaryDean's Office (DHC 225)M-F 8am-4:30pm717-477-1151 extension 3210 firstname.lastname@example.org
Graduate Office WorkerCUB 221-C (717-477-1123 extension 3879)Office Hours: TBA
Required Skills and Competencies: (All concentrations)
Cat. D (Comparative and Global Cultures/Global Political Relations concentrations)
Cat. D (Global Business and Economics concentration)
Cat. E: (All concentrations)
*(HON 399) Honors Independent Study may serve as a substitute for INT 300 with an appropriate international topic, interdisciplinary research project, and permission of the director.
(12 crs. of courses in one concentration. 6 credit hours should be at the 300-level or higher. Courses must be in at least 2 disciplines.)
**Students taking these courses are required to elect a Business Minor (18 crs.) in order to meet required prerequisites.
(12 crs. of courses in one concentration. Courses must be in at least 2 disciplines. 2 courses should be at the 300-level or higher.) † Only Modern Language courses that are not used to satisfy the B.A. language requirement or International Studies foreign language requirement may be counted towards the Area Studies concentration requirement. See the Undergraduate Catalog for language prerequisites.
* Requires an appropriate topic and an Exception Form signed by the Director of International Studies for approval.
(Arabic, French or another African or Middle Eastern language is required to fulfill the language requirement. Study abroad in Africa or the Middle East is highly recommended.)
(An Asian language is required to fulfill the language requirement. Study abroad in Asia is highly recommended.)
(French, German, Spanish or another continental European language is required to fulfill the requirement. Study abroad in Europe is highly recommended.)
(Spanish or another Latin American or Caribbean language is required to fulfill the language requirement. Study abroad in Latin America or the Caribbean is highly recommended.)
Majors are required to study abroad or engage in an off-campus internship. The study abroad or internship experience must satisfy a minimum of 3 credit hours of the major’s general education or course requirements. Students studying abroad at an approved program may take a maximum of 18 credit hours of major courses. Majors studying abroad to fulfill special academic needs may obtain exemptions from the minimum or maximum credit hour requirement with prior approval of the Director of International Studies.
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