About the secondary major
Students pursuing a secondary major in International Studies gain an understanding of global issues, learn to communicate across cultures, develop awareness of cultural ideas and attitudes, and are well positioned to become global leaders in their chosen field. The secondary major requires a minimum of 27 semester credits.
Secondary major requirements
- complete two core courses plus courses in geographic regional studies and a topical module;
- demonstrate proficiency in a language relevant to the selected geographic region;
- participate in a required study, service or work abroad.
The major must include a minimum of 12 credits not used to meet any other department, college, or university requirement.
You can choose your own courses to complete your secondary major around a combination of a designated topical module and a geographic region. View specific requirements by expanding the areas below.