Highlights  

Klezmer music Extravaganza and Svenska Fika (coffee break)

Friday, December 5, 12:30-2:30 pm in the DHC Fishbowl

All International Studies Students and Faculty are invited to this end of the semester event!

Other articles:

Goldbach receives Fulbright award for teaching assistantship in Malaysia


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Contact Information

CUB 221-B (717-477-1907)
CUB 221-C (717-477-1123 extension 3879)
Email: ism@ship.edu

 

Dr. Jonathan Skaff 

Director of International Studies

Tel: (717) 477 - 1255

Fax: (717) 477 – 4062

0ffice hours: M, W 3:15pm – 4:00pm (DHC215)

T, TH 1:00pm – 3:15pm (CUB221B) (4th Tues. of month, 1:00pm – 1:50pm and by appointment)

 

Secretary
Dean's Office (DHC 225)
M-F 8am-4:30pm
717-477-1151 x3210
 

 

Chinenye Thomas

Graduate Assistant
CUB 221-C (T,Th 9am - 3pm)
DHC (M 9am-2pm)

 

Ashley Geckle

Graduate Office Worker 

CUB 221-C (T,Th 9.15am-2:15pm, W 8:45am-2:45pm)

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International Studies Minor Requirements


Advising Form

21 credit hours are required to complete the minor program. 

Study abroad and study of a foreign language are highly encouraged, but not required for the minor. Language and foreign study enhance the ability to function effectively in other countries, and increase employability in international professions. 

Europe 

Required Introductory Course (3 Credits) 

Students should take this course as soon as possible after declaring the minor 

  • (INT 200) Introduction to International Studies

Core Courses (6 Credits) 

Students must take 2 of the following 4 courses.  

  • (GEO 101) World Geography
  • (PLS 141) Introduction to International Politics
  • (ANT 220) Anthropology for International Studies
  • (MGT 370) International Business

Capstone Course (3 Credits) 

  • (INT 300) International Studies Seminar 

Electives (9 Credits) 

Electives need to be in at least 2 disciplines. Two of the electives must be at the 300- level or higher. Courses used to meet the core course requirement cannot double count as minor electives. 

Anthropology 

  • (ANT 111) Cultural Anthropology
  • (ANT 150) Introduction to Archaeology
  • (ANT 211) Comparative Cultures
  • †(ANT 220) Anthropology for International Stud
  • (ANT 310) Magic, Science and Religion
  • (ANT 312) Comparative Marriage and Family
  • (ANT 320) Comparative Gender Roles
  • (ANT 350) Medical Anthropology
  • (ANT 351) Peoples and Cultures of Europe
  • (ANT 360) Aztec and Maya Archaeology

Art 

  • (ART 231) Art History I
  • (ART 232) Art History II
  • (ART 233) Art History III

College of Business 

  • (FIN 425) Global Financial Management
  • (MGT 349) International Human Resource Administration
  • †(MGT 370) International Business
  • (MGT 470) International Management
  • (MKT 360) International Marketing
  • (SCM 420) Global Logistics Systems

College of Education and Human Services 

  • (CRJ 411) Terrorism
  • (CRJ 463) Comparative Criminal Justice
  • (GRN 480) Valuing Diversity in Later Life 

Economics 

  • (ECO 321) International Economics 
  • (ECO 325) Globalization: Issues and Policies 
  • (ECO 345) The Economics of Growth and Development 

 English 

  • (ENG 240) World Literature
  • (ENG 236) British Literature I (700-1798)  
  • (ENG 237) British Literature II (1798-1945)
  • (ENG 318) Studies in English Renaissance Literature 
  • (ENG 376) Studies in Medieval Literature
  • (ENG 377) Studies in Restoration/18th- Century Literature
  • (ENG 380) Studies in 19th Century British Lit
  • (ENG 382) Studies in 20th Century British Lit
  • (ENG 385) Studies in Literature of the Postcolonial World 

Geography 

  • †(GEO 101) World Geography
  • (GEO 140) Cultural Geography
  • (GEO 230) Economic Geography
  • (GEO 305) Geography of Europe
  • (GEO 307) Geography of the Middle East and North Africa
  • (GEO 308) Geography of Latin America
  • (GEO 313) Geography of South and Southeast Asia
  • (GEO 317) Geography of East Asia
  • (GEO 415) Regional Geographic Studies (requires approval)
  • (GEO 450) Geography-Geology Field Studies (requires approval)

History 

  • (HIS 304) American Diplomatic History
  • (HIS 320) Europe in the Early and High Middle Ages 300-1270
  • (HIS 321) Late Medieval Europe 1270-1517
  • (HIS 325) Tsarist Russia
  • (HIS 326) History of USSR
  • (HIS 330) History of Modern Germany
  • (HIS 331) Modern France
  • (HIS 332) English History 1066-Present
  • (HIS 339) The Central Islamic Lands
  • (HIS 344) Modern Middle East 1500- Present
  • (HIS 345) Military History of the United States
  • (HIS 348) Rome and the Ancient World
  • (HIS 349) History of Latin America
  • (HIS 350) History of Modern Japan
  • (HIS 351) World History since 1945
  • (HIS 353) Modern Southeast Asia  
  • (HIS 354) Traditional China
  • (HIS 355) History of Modern China
  • (HIS 356) 19th Century Europe
  • (HIS 357) History of Holocaust
  • (HIS 360) History of Mexico
  • (HIS 366) History of Brazil
  • (HIS 376) History of Africa South of the Sahara
  • (HIS 381) Modern South Asia
  • (HIS 407) Women in Comparative Perspective
  • (HIS 410) The Islamic World
  • (HIS 423) Issues in 20th Century Europe
  • (HIS 454) China and the Outside World

Human Communication Studies 

  • (HCS 270) Intergroup/Intercultural Communication
  • (HCS 315) Asian-American Communication

International Studies

  • INT 390 IS Internship – Comparative & Global Cultures
  • INT 391 IS Internship – Global Political Relations
  • INT 392 IS Internship – Global Business & Economics
  • INT 393 IS Internship – Africa & Middle East Studies
  • INT 394 IS Internship – Asian Studies 
  • INT 395 IS Internship – European Studies
  • INT 396 IS Internship – Latin American & Caribbean Studies

Modern Languages 

*Any courses above the 103 level that are not used to satisfy the BA language requirement may be counted*  

  • (FRN 150) French Civilization and Culture
  • (FRN 204) Ideas and Cultures from the French Speaking World
  • (FRN 320) French for the Professions  
  • (FRN 330) Masterpieces of French Literature
  • (FRN 340) Genres Litteraires  
  • (FRN 380) Aspects De La Civilisation Française/Francophone 
  • (FRN 392) French Cultural Studies Immersion 
  • (FRN 400) Seminar: Advanced Studies in French Language and Literature
  • (GER 150) German Civilization and Culture
  • (GER 151) German Cinema
  • (GER 204) Ideas and Cultures from the German Speaking World
  • (GER 215) German for the Professions
  • (GER 320) Berlin
  • (GER 322) Readings in 19th and 20th Century German Literature
  • (GER 400) German Seminar
  • (SPN 150) Spanish Civilization and Culture
  • (SPN 204) Ideas and Cultures from the Spanish Speaking World
  • (SPN 330) Spanish for the Professions
  • (SPN 343) Introduction to Literary Study
  • (SPN 360) Masterpieces of Spanish Literature
  • (SPN 361) Masterpieces of Spanish American Literature
  • (SPN 385) Aspectos De La Civilizacion Hispania
  • (SPN 400) Seminar: Advanced Studies in Spanish Language and Literature 

Music 

  • (MUS 261) World Music
  • (MUS 222) Music of the Renaissance and Baroque Periods
  • (MUS 224) Music of the Classic and Romantic Eras

Philosophy  

  • (PHL 230) The Ethics of War and Terrorism
  • (PHL 295) Comparative Religions
  • (PHL336) Concepts in Buddhism

Political Science 

  • †(PLS 141)  Introduction to International Politics
  • (PLS 251) Intro to Comparative Politics
  • (PLS 341) International Law and Organizations
  • (PLS 343) Global Economic and Political Conflict
  • (PLS 347) Applied Diplomacy
  • (PLS 351) European Politics
  • (PLS 356) Politics of Developing Regions
  • (PLS 357) Comparative Revolutions

Psychology 

  • (PSY 365) Multicultural Psychology
  • (PSY 447) Multicultural Health Psychology