UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN OSHKOSH

INTERNATIONAL STUDIES



Kenneth J. Grieb, Program Coordinator
Department Office: Polk Library 57
Department Telephone: 920-424-1291

Peter C. Johnson, African Studies Coordinator
Department Office: Polk Library 57
Department Telephone: 920-424-1291

Thomas Bickford, Asian Studies Coordinator
Department Office: Polk Library 57
Department Telephone: 920-424-7166

Franca Barricelli, European Studies Coordinator
Department Office: Clow Faculty 307
Department Telephone: 920-424-7442

John Stone-Wilms, Latin American Studies Coordinator
Department Office: Radford Hall 315
Department Telephone:920-424-4011

Code 59 or INTRNT’L

I. FACULTY

Balistreri, Barricelli, Beane, Bickford, Bowen, Brown, Bryan, Brunell, Burr, de Hoyos, Dziedzic, Earns, Fitzgerald, Fukuta, Gier, Gomez-Torres, Grieb, Grunloh, Guilleman-Young, Gulley, Hintz, Hussain, Johnson, Khan, Lareau, Lee, Linenthal, Lishka, Missner, Mitchell, Ngaboh-Smart, Palmeri, Pontynen, Provinzano, Rivers, Robson, Roy, Slupik, Starr, Stone-Wilms, Taylor, Thomas, Urbrock, Wade, Zaniewski

II. DEGREES

Undergraduate: A major in International Studies can lead to the degree(s): Bachelor of Arts; Bachelor of Science.

Graduate: The Department does not offer a graduate program. However, students who complete a major in our Department may wish to consider advanced study at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh in Business or Public Administration.

For specifics, please see the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Graduate Bulletin.

III. SUMMARY OF FIELDS OF STUDY

1. GOAL(S)
See the department for a listing of their goal(s).

2. THE MAJOR(S)
The Department offers a choice of 2 emphases within the International Studies Major. These are: 1) General International Studies, 2) International Business.

Within the International Business emphasis, there is the option of taking a minor in Business Administration.

3. THE MINOR(S)
The Department offers 4 minors: 1) African Studies, 2) Asian Studies, 3) European Studies, 4) Latin American Studies.

IV. ADMISSION/GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

To be eligible for graduation, students must meet all requirements for the degree being sought in addition to earning a minimum grade point average of 2.00 in all courses required for the International Studies Major or Area Studies Minor.

All students majoring in International Studies are required to complete 36 units (crs.) in the major, including the courses listed under the required core courses, to have a recognized emphasis of 15 units (crs.) within their International Studies Major, and to count a maximum of 9 units (crs.) of introductory level courses from participating departments toward the major. Refer to the following for complete major/minor course requirements.

All International Studies Majors are also required to complete the Foreign Language requirement for the University's Bachelor of Arts Degree, in addition to the 36 required units (crs.) of International Studies courses. See the University degree requirements for details.

NOTE: Students enrolled in all tracks of the International Studies Major are strongly advised to consult regularly with their advisor during programming each term. Such sessions will enable advisors to assist enrolled majors in making appropriate choices from available courses to assure that they meet all requirements of the International Studies Major.

Because of the numerous tracks within International Studies and the choices each offers there is no such thing as a "typical program of study". Students enrolled in the International Studies Program may obtain sample programs of study from the International Studies office, but consultation with an advisor is essential due to the individual planning involved within the International Studies Major.

V. REQUIRED CORE COURSES

International Studies
  • International Studies 205 Contemporary International Issues 3 cr.
  • International Studies 402 Seminar in International Studies 3 cr. OR
  • International Studies 403 Honors: Seminar in International Studies 3 cr.

Comment:
Two types of courses count for unit (cr.) in the International Studies Major: those with the prefix International Studies , which appear as List 1 and courses offered by departments participating in this program, which appear as List 2. Only courses on lists 1 and 2 count toward International Studies.

VI. THE MAJOR(S), WITH EMPHASES AND/OR OPTIONS

1. INTERNATIONAL STUDIES MAJOR

A. General International Studies Emphasis
Recommended for students who wish to develop a broad knowledge of international affairs suitable to a wide variety of careers in government, teaching, tourism, and service professions.

Required Units (crs.): 36 minimum

Required Courses: In addition to the Core Courses:
  • A 15 unit (cr.) specialization in a single discipline, or in a single area of geographic study, or in a single topic of international relevance. Students must select one of the Area Studies (African, Asian, European, or Latin American Studies) using courses shown under the area or Course Lists 3, or one of the disciplines included in Course List 2, or plan a topical focus with the Coordinator.
  • An additional 15 units (crs.) selected from both Course Lists 1 and 2, or from Course List 2.
  • Students must include one course each from any four disciplines specified from Course List 2 in their 36 unit (cr.) major.
  • A maximum of 9 units (crs.) of introductory level courses (100 or 200) from participating departments may be counted toward the major.

Electives: Additional courses beyond the Minimum Requirement may be taken from Course Lists 1 and 2.

Comment:
Students may find it advantageous to develop overlapping specializations by combining their chosen emphasis within the International Studies Major with a minor in one of the Area Studies or in a participating discipline.2.

B. International Business Emphasis
Recommended for students who wish to combine study in Business Administration with an International Studies Major, as preparation for business careers with firms engaged in international and global activities, including multinational corporations.

Required Units (crs.): 36 minimum

Required Courses: In addition to the Core Courses:
A 15 unit (cr.) specialization in International Business, to consist of:
  • Business: Business Administration 375.
  • Economics: Economics 420.
  • International Studies: International Studies 308 or 309, and 341.
  • Political Science: Political Science 339.

An additional 15 units (crs.) selected from both Course Lists 1 and 2 only.

Students must include one course each from any four disciplines specified in Couse list 2 in their 36 unit (cr.) major.
A maximum of 9 units (crs.) in introductory level courses (100 or 200) from participating departments may be counted toward the major.

In addition to the 36 units (crs.) included in their International Studies Major, students enrolled in the International Business Emphasis are required to take at least 9 units (crs.) of Business Administration and are strongly advised to complete a minor in Business Administration (21 units (crs.)).
The 12 units (crs.) required are:
  • Business: Business Administration 204, 323, 371 and 375 (from the emphasis core).

Those completing a minor in Business Administration would add:
  • Business: Business Administration 210, 352, 331 or 341 or 3 additional units (crs.) from any 300 or 400 Business Administration course.

Prerequisites: Economics 206 and 207 are required for enrollment in Economics 420; Business Administration 371 is a prerequisite for Business Administration 375; International Studies 205 or two courses from Economics 206 or 207, and Political Science 115 are prerequisites for International Studies 308 and 309; Mathematics 104 or 108 or 204 or 171 are prerequisites for Economics 206 and 207, Political Science 101 or 115 are prerequisites for Political Science 339; Business Administration 198 and Mathematics 103 are prerequisties for Business Administration 204; Business Administration 197 is the prerequistie for Business Administration 311; Business Administration 204 and Mathematics 104, 171 or 204 are prerequisites for Business Administration 331; Business Administration 197, Economics 210, and Mathematics 171 or 206 are prerequisites for Business Administration 341.

Comment:
Students studying French and Spanish to meet the International Studies Foreign Language Requirement should consider taking Business French (French 308) or Business Spanish (Spanish 308) as an elective.

VII. MINOR(S)

1. AFRICAN STUDIES
Recommended for students who seek specialized knowledge of Africa to supplement their majors and to enhance their career opportunities.

Required Units (crs.): 23 minimum

Required Courses:
  • International Studies: International Studies 403.
Other Requirements: 20 additional units (crs.) from the courses in the African Studies section of Course List 3. Students must include one course each from any four of the departments specified in the African Studies list.

Electives: Additional courses beyond the Minimum Requirement may be taken from Course Lists 1 and 2.

Comment:
Courses which satisfy the unit (cr.) requirements of this minor also count toward an International Studies Major, enabling students to combine the two into a package of complementing specializations.

French is the recommended foreign language for this minor.

2. ASIAN STUDIES
Recommended for students who wish to acquire a competence in Asian affairs and culture to supplement their majors and enable careers related to this area.

Required Units (crs.): 24 minimum

Required Courses:
  • International Studies: International Studies 402 or 403.

Other Requirements: 21 additional units (crs.) from the courses in the Asian Studies section of Course List 3. Of these 21 units (crs.): 12 must be upper division units (crs.) from three of the departments specified in the Asian Studies list. Additionally: 15 units (crs.), out of these 21 required units (crs.), must represent courses in general Asian studies, South Asian or East Asian studies.

Electives: Additional courses beyond the Minimum Requirement may be taken from Course Lists 1 and 2, or from any course on Course List 3 under Asian Studies.

Students enrolled in the Asian Studies Minor are encouraged to study the Japanese Language. Asian Studies Minors may count Japanese 204 as an elective in their Asian Studies Minor.

Comment:
Courses which satisfy the unit (cr.) requirements of this minor also count toward an International Studies Major, enabling students to combine the two into a package of complementing specializations.

3. EUROPEAN STUDIES
Recommended for students who wish to acquire a specialized knowledge of European affairs and culture to supplement their majors and to prepare for careers related to this area.

Required Units (crs.): 24 minimum

Required Courses:
  • International Studies: International Studies 402 or 403.

Other Requirements: 21 additional units (crs.) from the courses in the European Studies section of Course List 3.

Electives: Additional courses beyond the Minimum Requirement may be taken from Course Lists 1 and 2.

Comment:
Courses which satisfy the unit (cr.) requirements of this minor also count toward an International Studies Major, enabling students to combine the two into a package of complementing specializations.

4. LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES
Recommended for students who wish to acquire a specialized knowledge of Latin American affairs and culture to supplement their majors and to prepare for careers related to this area, or for a teaching license in this field.

Required Units (crs.): 24 minimum

Required Courses:
  • International Studies: International Studies 420.

Other Requirements: 21 additional units (crs.) from the courses in the Latin American Studies section of Course List 3. Students must include at least one course each from any four of the departments specified in the Latin American Studies list.

Electives: Additional courses beyond the Minimum Requirement may be taken from Course Lists 1 and 2.

Comment:
Courses which satisfy the unit (cr.) requirements of this minor also count toward an International Studies Major, enabling students to combine the two into a package of complementing specializations.

Students are strongly advised to include at least two years of Spanish in their studies.

VIII. COURSE OFFERINGS

Two types of courses count for unit (cr.) in the International Studies Major: a) those with the prefix 59, which appear as Course List 1; b) courses offered by departments participating in the program, which appear as Course List 2. The (AF), (AS), (EU)and (LA) designators indicate African Studies, Asian Studies, European Studies, and Latin American Studies respectively. Area Studies appear in Course List 3.

COURSE LIST 1

International Studies 105 1 unit (cr.)
Europe: An Introduction to European Studies (EU)
A look at Europe's geography, cultures and peoples, with accents on contemporary society, economics and politics. Lectures and panel discussions by various university faculty (and guests) involved with these disciplines. (Spring)

International Studies 150 1 unit (cr.)
Introducing Asia (NW)(AS)
An introductory course designed to acquaint students with various facets of Asian culture, tradition and institutions. Team-teaching approach is employed by Asian specialists. (Spring)

International Studies 205 3 units (crs.)
Contemporary International Issues (SS)
Interdisciplinary discussion of major current issues using the resources of several departments and outside organizations in team teaching. (Fall)

International Studies 206 3 units (crs.)
Contemporary International Issues (SS)
Interdisciplinary discussion of major current issues using the resources of several departments and outside organizations in team teaching. (Fall)

International Studies 207 3 units (crs.)
Contemporary International Issues (SS)
Interdisciplinary discussion of major current issues using the resources of several departments and outside organizations in team teaching. (Fall)

International Studies 227 3 units (crs.)
Practicum in Diplomatic Practice
Study of and practical experience in the techniques of international and global diplomacy, utilizing role playing to provide direct experience. The course will focus on the methods by which international diplomacy is conducted, with particular emphasis on multilateral settings in international organizations. Prerequisite: International Studies 205 and either Geography 102 or Political Science 115, and consent of instructor. Students are allowed to repeat twice and count the course toward the major and toward graduation up to three times. (Fall)

International Studies 228 3 units (crs.)
Honors: Practicum in Diplomatic Practice
Study of and practical experience in the techniques of international and global diplomacy, utilizing role playing to provide direct experience. The course will focus on the methods by which international diplomacy is conducted, with particular emphasis on multilateral settings in international organizations. Prerequisite: International Studies 205 and either Geography 102 or Political Science 115, and consent of instructor. (Fall)

International Studies 250 1-3 units (crs.)
Special Topics
Selected topics in International Studies.

International Studies 302 3 units (crs.)
United States National Security Policy
Military, economic, and political aspects of national security. NATO and other alliances; military aid; arms control; the military-industrial complex; politics of the defense budget.

International Studies 308 3 units (crs.)
Revolution and Development (NW)(AF)(AS)(LA)
Analysis of socio-cultural diversity, economic underdevelopment, and political instability as problems in nation-building. Formulation of strategies to promote national integration and development. Case studies and role playing. Available on an honors contract basis to give credit in the University Scholars Program. Prerequisite: International Studies 205 or two courses from: Economics 206, 207, Political Science 115, or consent of instructor. 308/508 (Fall)

International Studies 309 3 units (crs.)
Honors: Revolution and Development (NW)(AF)(AS)(LA)
Analysis of socio-cultural diversity, economic underdevelopment, and political instability as problems in nation-building. Formulation of strategies to promote national integration and development. Case studies and role playing. Prerequisite: International Studies 205 or two courses from Economics 206, 207, Political Science 115, or consent of instructor. (Fall)

International Studies 312 3 units (crs.)
Understanding Japan (NW)(AS)
An introduction to Japanese culture (emphasizing basic attitudes and values of the Japanese people) and to the problems which arise due to the different cultural backgrounds of citizens of the United States and Japan. Particular emphasis will be placed upon personal interaction in a business setting and business practices.

International Studies 315 3 units (crs.)
Perspectives on the Nuclear Age
An introduction to the scientific and historical data and current political and moral dilemmas concerning nuclear weapons and nuclear war. The interdisciplinary nature of this course will allow students to critically examine a wide variety of perspectives and will help students carefully evaluate nuclear weapons issues and policy in the future.

International Studies 321 3 units (crs.)
Central American Culture (LA)
Contemporary Central American culture with emphasis on political, social, economic, and religious development, popular and personal attitudes, methods of business, leisure activities, and the arts. Regional and individual country approach. 321/521

International Studies 332 1-4 units (crs.)
Study Tour
Study tours, including travel to various regions of the globe, directed and led by faculty members of the International Studies Program, to provide students with direct contact with other cultures and societies. Includes background readings, field lectures, and reporting by the student as specified by the instructor in each case. Information on specific trips, fees, transportation, and trip expenses will be announced each time the course is scheduled.

International Studies 333 1-3 units (crs.)
Study Tour
Study tours, including travel to various regions of the globe, directed and led by faculty members of the International Studies Program, to provide students with direct contact with other cultures and societies. Includes background readings, field lectures, and reporting by the student as specified by the instructor in each case. Information on specific trips, fees, transportation, and trip expenses will be announced each time the course is scheduled.

International Studies 341 3 units (crs.)
Multinational Corporations in the International System (AF)
A study of the role of multinational corporations in the modern world economy, their operating methods, and the effect of these corporations on home and host countries. Particular emphasis will be placed on the role of such companies in the development process in the Third World, employing case studies and role playing to provide practical experiences. 341/541 (Spring)

International Studies 351 1-3 units (crs.)
Special Topics
Selected topics in International Studies.

International Studies 364 3 units (crs.)
International Negotiation
A study of the techniques and procedures of international negotiation, stressing the methods utilized by professional diplomats and international civil servants to seek agreements regarding disputes between nations. Case studies will be employed to illustrate bilateral and multilateral negotiations within the scope of diplomatic practice and procedures. Prerequisite: International Studies 205 and consent of instructor. (This will require several other courses in International Studies and successful participation in simulation exercises.) Students are allowed to repeat the course up to five times, counting the credit both toward the major and toward graduation.

International Studies 396 1-6 units (crs.)
Internship in International Studies
An individually arranged internship that enables students to gain practical experience working with government agencies, private groups, organizations, or businesses involved in international affairs or transactions. These experiences are intended for advanced students with extensive course work relating to International Studies. Students will prepare papers based on their experiences as well as being evaluated by their supervisors at the appropriate agency. Consult the coordinator for further information. Prerequisite: Junior standing, International Studies 205 and two upper division courses giving credit in the International Studies program and consent of agency supervisor.

International Studies 398 1-3 units (crs.)
Honors: Russian/East European Travel Seminar (EU)
Analysis of the culture and political, economic, and social institutions of Russia and/or its former republics and Eastern Bloc countries. Course includes two-week study tour to Russia and/or former Soviet Republics and/or Eastern Europe. Prerequisite: Consent of instructor. Graduate standing and consent of Graduate School advisor required for graduate credit. (Spring)

International Studies 399 1-3 units (crs.)
Russian/East European Travel Seminar(EU)
Analysis of the culture and the political, economic, and social institutions of Russia and/or its former republics and Eastern Bloc countries. Course includes two-week study tour to Russia and/or Eastern Europe. Prerequisite: Consent of instructor. Graduate standing and consent of graduate school advisor required for graduate credit. 399/599 (2+1) (Spring)

International Studies 402 3 units (crs.)
Seminar in International Studies
Examination of selected topics using insights and information from the several social and behavioral disciplines. Prerequisite: Junior standing, International Studies 205, and two upper division courses giving credit in the International Studies Program which may be drawn from any participating discipline (see International Studies course list 1 and 2), or consent of instructor. (Spring)

International Studies 403 3 units (crs.)
Honors: Seminar in International Studies
See International Studies 402 for course description and prerequisite. (Spring)

International Studies 420 3 units (crs.)
Seminar in Latin American Studies (LA)
Seminar on Latin America, drawing upon the various disciplines of the social sciences, and stressing the role of each field in developing a total picture of Latin America. Prerequisite: Nine hours of Latin American Studies courses or consent of the instructor. (Spring)

International Studies 446 1-3 units (crs.)
Independent Study
See Independent Study under Course and Academic Advisement Policies information for general course description, general prerequisites, and proper contract form requirements.

International Studies 456 1-3 units (crs.)
Related Readings
See Related Readings under Course and Academic Advisement Policies information for general course description, general prerequisites, and proper contract form requirements.

International Studies 474 1-6 units (crs.)
Honors Thesis
Honors thesis projects include any advanced independent endeavor in the student's major field of study, e.g., a written thesis, scientific experiment or research project, or creative arts exhibit or production. Proposals (attached to Independent Study contract) must show clear promise of honors level work and be approved by a faculty sponsor. Course title for transcript will be 'Honors Thesis.' Completed projects will be announced and presented to interested students and faculty. Prerequisite: University Honors status and junior standing. Maximum of 6 units (crs.).

COURSE LIST 2

The courses listed below are those offered by departments participating in the International Studies Program, which count for unit (cr.) in the International Studies Major as indicated. The (AF), (AS), (EU), and (LA) designators indicate African Studies, Asian Studies, European Studies, and Latin American Studies respectively.

INTERNATIONAL STUDIES
International Studies 105 Europe: An Intro. to European Studies (EU)
International Studies 150 Introducing Asia (NW)(AS)
International Studies 205/206/207 Contemporary International Issues (SS)
International Studies 227 Practicum in Diplomatic Practice
International Studies 228 Honors: Practicum in Diplomatic Practice
International Studies 308/508 Revolution and Development(NW)(AF)(AS)(LA)
International Studies 309 Honors: Revolution and Development(NW)(AF)(AS)(LA)
International Studies 312 Understanding Japan (NW)(AS)
International Studies 315 Perspectives on the Nuclear Age
International Studies 321/521 Central American Culture (LA)
International Studies 341/541 Multinational Corporations in the International System (AF)
International Studies 402 Seminar in International Studies
International Studies 403 Honors: Seminar in International Studies
International Studies 420 Seminar in Latin American Studies (LA)

ANTHROPOLOGY
Anthropology 102 Introduction to Anthropology (SS)
Anthropology 122 World Ethnography (NW)
Anthropology 232 Cultural Anthropology (NW)
Anthropology 272 Nature of Languages
Anthropology 274 Language in Culture
Anthropology 318 Peoples and Cultures of Southern Asia (NW)(AS)
Anthropology 322 Peoples and Cultures of Africa (NW)(AF)
Anthropology 326 Peoples and Cultures of Oceania (NW)(AS)
Anthropology 328 Peasant and Contemporary Cultures of Latin America (LA)
Anthropology 330 Culture Change in Modern Africa(NW)(AF)
Anthropology 332 Magic and Religion (AF)
Anthropology 336 Social Organization
Anthropology 348 Economy, Nature, and Culture (AF)
Anthropology 352 Old World Archaeology (AF)
Anthropology 360 MesoAmerican Culture (NW)(LA)
Anthropology 376 Culture Change

ART
Art 109 Art of the Western World (HU)
Art 310 Art History, Ancient Art
Art 311 Art History, Medieval Art (EU)
Art 313 Art History, European Renaissance and Mannerist Art, 15th and 16th Centuries (EU)
Art 315 Art History, European Baroque and Rococo Art, 17th and 18th Centuries (EU)
Art 317 Art History, Art of India, China, and Japan (NW)(AS)
Art 320 Art History, European Art, 19th-Century (EU)
Art 321 Art History, 1900-1945 (EU)

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
Business Administration 375 International Marketing

ECONOMICS
Economics 206 Principles of Economics (Micro) (SS)
Economics 207 Principles of Economics (Macro) (SS)
Economics 309 Marxian Economics (EU)
Economics 319 Economics of Less Developed Countries (NW)(AF)(AS)
Economics 420 International Finance and Trade (EU)(AF)
Economics 421 Honors: International Finance and Trade (EU)(AF)
Economics 436 Comparative Economic Systems

ENGLISH
English 225 Modern British Literature (HU)(EU)
English 227 Modern World Literature (HU)
English 238 Introduction to the Literature of India (NW)(AS)
English 239 Introduction to Chinese Literature (NW)(AS)
English 240 Introduction to Japanese Literature (NW)(AS)
English 326 Studies in Classical Mythology
English 358 Post Colonial African Literature (AF)
English 365 Modern British Fiction (EU)
English 367 African Literature (AF)

FOREIGN LANGUAGES
French 315 Survey of French Literature I (EU)
French 318 Survey of French Literature II (EU)
French 330 French Civilization (EU)
French 331 La Civilisation Française à Travers les Arts (EU)
French 350 Masterpieces of French Literature in English Translation (EU)
German 314 History of the German Language (EU)
German 315 Survey of German Literature I (EU)
German 318 Survey of German Literature II (EU)
German 321 Survey of German Literature III (EU)
German 330 German Civilization (EU)
German 350 Masterpieces of German Literature in English Translation (EU)
German 438 The German Novelle (EU)
German 445 German Prose Works of the 20th-Century (EU)
Russian 350 Masterpieces of 19th-Century Russian Literature in English Translation (NW)(EU)
Russian 375 Masterpieces of 20th-Century Russian Literature in English Translation (NW)(EU)
Spanish 315 Survey of Spanish Literature I (EU)
Spanish 318 Survey of Spanish Literature II (EU)
Spanish 320 Survey of Latin American Literature I (LA)
Spanish 325 Survey of Latin American Literature II (LA)
Spanish 332 Spanish Civilization (EU)
Spanish 334 Latin American Civilization (LA)
Spanish 335 Mexican Civilization (LA)
Spanish 350 Masterpieces of Spanish Literature in English Translation (EU)
Spanish 362 Special Topics in Spanish Literature: Optional Content (EU)
Spanish 363 Special Topics in Spanish Civilization: Optional Content (EU)
Spanish 364 Special Topics in Latin American Literature: Optional Content (LA)
Spanish 365 Special Topics in Latin American Civilzation: Optional Content (LA)
Spanish 375 Masterpieces of Spanish-American Literature in English Translation (LA)
Spanish 401 Medieval and Renaissance Literature (EU)
Spanish 404 Golden Age Literature (EU)
Spanish 412 The 20th-Century (EU)
Spanish 420 Latin American Short Story (LA)

GEOGRAPHY
Geography 102 World Regional Geography (NW)
Geography 111 Human Geography (SS)
Geography 213 Population Geography (SS)
Geography 311 Economic Geography
Geography 319 Latin America (NW)(LA)
Geography 321 Political Geography
Geography 331 Europe (EU)
Geography 338 Russian Realm (NW)(EU)
Geography 347 Far East (NW)(AS)
Geography 353 Subsaharan Africa (NW)(AF)
Geography 354 Middle East and North Africa (AF)

HISTORY
History 101 Early Civilization (SS)
History 102 Modern Civilization (SS)
History 103 Honors: Modern Civlization (SS)
History 302 Ancient Greece (EU)
History 303 Roman History (EU)
History 304 Early Middle Ages, 4Philosophy 1122 (EU)
History 305 Late Middle Ages, 11Art 1517 (EU)
History 306 The Crusades (EU)
History 308 Renaissance Europe (EU)
History 310 Reformation Europe (EU)
History 316 Romanticism and Revolution in Europe (EU)
History 318 Modernism and Nationalism in Europe (EU)
History 319 Europe Since 1919 (EU)
History 322 European Absolutism (EU)
History 323 Old Regime, French Revolution and Napoleon, 1763-1815 (EU)
History 343 The Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade and the Making of the African Diaspora, 1414-1807 (AF) (LA)
History 350 Modern East-Central Europe (EU)
History 370 Russia to 1861 (NW)(EU)
History 371 Modern Russia (NW)(EU)
History 372 Medieval Britain to 1485 (EU)
History 373 Britain and Ireland 14Practical Arts 1714 (EU)
History 374 Britain and Ireland 17Secondary Education 1914 (EU)
History 375 Traditional Japan (NW)(AS)
History 376 Modern Japan (AS)(NW)
History 377 Traditional China (NW)(AS)
History 378 Modern China (NW)(AS)
History 379 Imperial Germany (EU)
History 380 Rise and Fall of Third Reich, 1919-1945 (EU)
History 381 Latin America to 1825 (NW)(LA)
History 382 Modern Latin America (NW)(LA)
History 383 Traditional Middle East, 330-1789 (AF)
History 384 Modern Middle East, 1789-1979 (AF)
History 387 German Witch Craze of the 16th and 17th Centuries (EU)
History 388 Holocaust: Destruction of European Jews (EU)
History 389 German Spies (EU)
History 397 American Foreign Relations to 1917
History 398 American Foreign Relations from 1917 to the Present

MUSIC
Music 205 Survey of Music History I (EU)
Music 207 Survey of Music History II (EU)

PHILOSOPHY
Philosophy 211 Philosophy in India (NW)(AS)
Philosophy 221 Philosophy in China (NW)(AS)
Philosophy 223 Honors: Philosophy in China (NW)(AS)
Philosophy 301 History of Ancient Philosophy (EU)
Philosophy 305 History of Modern Philosophy (EU)

POLITICAL SCIENCE
Political Science 101 Introduction to Government (SS)
Political Science 115 International Politics (SS)
Political Science 309 Comparative West European Politics (EU)
Political Science 311 Government and Politics of East Asia (NW)(AS)
Political Science 317 U.S. Foreign Policy (EU)
Political Science 336 Comparative East European Politics (EU)
Political Science 339 Political Economy of Asia (AS)
Political Science 349 Foundations of Political Theory
Political Science 355 Modern Political Thought
Political Science 373 Special Topics: Group III
Political Science 374 Special Topics: Group IV
Political Science 376 Studies on War and Peace
Political Science 379 Latin American Government and Politics (NW)(LA)
Political Science 383 Latin America in International Relations (LA)
Political Science 393 International Law and Organization
Political Science 395 Global Environmental Politics
Political Science 410 Comparative Political Analysis

RELIGIOUS STUDIES
Religious Studies 102 World Religions (NW)
Religious Studies 203 The Old Testament (NW)
Religious Studies 210 Christianity (HU)(EU)
Religious Studies 221 The Hindu Tradition (NW)(AS)
Religious Studies 222 Buddhist World (NW)
Religious Studies 240 Islam (NW)(AS)(AF)
Religious Studies 335 Chinese Religions (NW)(AS)
Religious Studies 337 Japanese Religion (NW)(AS)
Religious Studies 355 Religion, War and Peace
Religious Studies 356 Religion and Liberation Ethics (LA)

SOCIOLOGY
Sociology 315 Population Problems

COMMUNICATION
Communication 337 Foundations of Speech Communication Theory
Communication 427 Speech Criticism

COURSE LIST 3: AREA STUDIES


These courses below are listed by area and serve to indicate the courses from lists 1 and 2 giving unit (cr.) in each of the Area Studies Minors included in the International Studies Program. This list can also be used to determine courses counting toward area studies emphases within the International Studies Major.

AFRICAN STUDIES
Anthropology 322 Peoples and Culture of Africa (NW)
Anthropology 330 Culture Change in Modern Africa (NW)
Anthropology 332 Magic and Religion
Anthropology 348 Economy, Nature and Culture
Anthropology 352 Old World Archaeology
Economics 319 Economics of Less Developed Countries (NW)
Economics 420 International Finance and Trade
Economics 421 Honors: International Finance and Trade
English 358 Post Colonial African Literature
English 367 African Literature (AF)
Geography 353 Subsaharan Africa (NW)
Geography 354 Middle East and North Africa
History 343 The Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade and the Making of the African Diaspora, 1414-1807 (AF)(LA)
History 383 Traditional Middle East, 330-1789
History 384 Modern Middle East, 1789-1979
International Studies 308 Revolution and Development (NW)
International Studies 309 Honors: Revolution and Development (NW)
International Studies 341 Multinational Corporations in the International System
Religious Studies 240 Islam (NW)

ASIAN STUDIES
Anthropology 318 Peoples and Cultures of Southern Asia (NW)
Anthropology 326 Peoples and Cultures of Oceania (NW)
Art 317 Art History, Art of India, China, and Japan (NW)
Economics 319 Economics of Less Developed Countries (NW)
English 238 Introduction to the Literature of India (NW)
English 239 Introduction to Chinese Literature (NW)
English 240 Introduction to Japanese Literature (NW)
Japanese 204 Intermediate Reading (Japanese) (HU)
Geography 347 Far East (NW)
History 375 Traditional Japan (NW)
History 376 Modern Japan (NW)
History 377 Traditional China (NW)
History 378 Modern China (NW)
International Studies 150 Introducing Asia (NW)
International Studies 308 Revolution and Development (NW)
International Studies 309 Honors: Revolution and Development (NW)
International Studies 312 Understanding Japan (NW)
Philosophy 211 Philosophy in India (NW)
Philosophy 221 Philosophy in China (NW)
Philosophy 223 Honors: Philosophy in China (NW)
Political Science 311 Government and Politics of East Asia (NW)
Political Science 339 Political Economy of Asia
Religious Studies 221 The Hindu Tradition
Religious Studies 222 Buddhism (NW)
Religious Studies 240 Islam (NW)
Religious Studies 335 Chinese Religions (NW)
Religious Studies 337 Japanese Religion (NW)

EUROPEAN STUDIES
Art 311 Art History, Medieval Art
Art 313 Art History, European Renaissance and Mannerist Art, 15th and 16th Centuries
Art 315 Art History, European Baroque and Rococo Art, 17th and 18th Centuries
Art 320 Art History, European Art, 19th-Century
Art 321 Art History, 1900-1945
Economics 309 Marxian Economics
Economics 420 International Finance and Trade
Economics 421 Honors: International Finance and Trade
English 225 Modern British Literature (HU)
English 365 Modern British Fiction
French 315 Survey of French Literature I
French 318 Survey of French Literature II
French 330 French Civilization
French 331 La Civilisation Française à Travers les Arts
French 350 Masterpieces of French Literature in English Translation
German 314 History of the German Language
German 315 Survey of German Literature I
German 318 Survey of German Literature II
German 321 Survey of German Literature III
German 330 German Civilization
German 350 Masterpieces of German Literature in English Translation
German 438 The German Novelle
German 445 German Prose Works of the 20th-Century
Russian 350 Masterpieces of 19th-Century Russian Literature in English Translation (NW)
Russian 375 Masterpieces of 20th-Century Russian Literature in English Translation (NW)
Spanish 315 Survey of Spanish Literature I
Spanish 318 Survey of Spanish Literature II
Spanish 332 Spanish Civilization
Spanish 350 Masterpieces of Spanish Literature in English Translation
Spanish 362 Special Topics in Spanish Literature: Optional Content
Spanish 363 Special Topics in Spanish Civilization: Optional Content
Spanish 401 Medieval and Renaissance Literature
Spanish 404 Spanish Golden Age Literature
Spanish 412 The 20th Century
Geography 331 Europe
Geography 338 Russian Realm (NW)
History 302 Ancient Greece
History 303 Roman History
History 304 Early Middle Ages, 4Philosophy 1122
History 305 Late Middle Ages, 11Art 1517
History 306 The Crusades
History 308 Renaissance Europe
History 310 Reformation Europe
History 316 Romanticism and Revolution in Europe
History 318 Modernism and Nationalism in Europe
History 319 Europe Since 1919
History 322 European Absolutism
History 323 Old Regime, French Revolution and Napolean, 1763-1815
History 350 Modern East Europe
History 370 Russia to 1861(NW)
History 371 Modern Russia (NW)
History 372 Medieval Britain to 1485
History 373 Britain and Ireland 1485 - 1714
History 374 Britain and Ireland 1714 - 1914
History 379 Imperial Germany
History 380 Rise and Fall of Third Reich, 1919-1945
History 387 German Witch Craze of the 16th and 17th Centuries
History 388 Holocaust: Destruction of European Jews
History 389 German Spies
International Studies 105 Europe: An Introduction to European Studies
International Studies 398 Honors: Russian/East European Travel Seminar
International Studies 399 Russian/East European Travel Seminar
Music 205 Survey of Music History I
Music 207 Survey of Music History II
Philosophy 301 History of Ancient Philosophy
Philosophy 305 History of Modern Philosophy
Political Science 309 Comparative West European Politics
Political Science 317 United States Foreign Policy
Political Science 336 Comparative East European Politics (NW)
Religious Studies 210 Christianity (HU)

LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES
Anthropology 328 Peasant and Contemporary Cultures of Latin America
Anthropology 360 Meso American Culture
Spanish 320 Survey of Latin America Literature I
Spanish 325 Survey of Latin American Literature II
Spanish 334 Latin American Civilization
Spanish 335 Mexican Civilization
Spanish 364 Special Topics in Latin American Literature: Optional Content
Spanish 365 Special Topics in Latin American Civilization: Optional Content
Spanish 375 Masterpieces of Spanish American Literature in English Translation
Spanish 420 Latin American Short Story
Geography 319 Latin America (NW)
History 343 The Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade and the Making of the African Diaspora, 1414-1807 (AF)(LA)
History 381 Latin America to 1825 (NW)
History 382 Modern Latin America (NW)
International Studies 308 Revolution and Development (NW)
International Studies 309 Honors: Revolution and Development (NW)
International Studies 321 Central American Culture
International Studies 420 Seminar in Latin American Studies
Political Science 379 Latin American Government and Politics (NW)
Political Science 383 Latin America in International Relations
Religious Studies 356 Religion and Liberation Ethics

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