Program Requirements

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Students pursuing the major in Global & Regional Studies choose between the global or regional studies tracks, and complete the required lower and upper division courses as set forth below.

Both Global and Regional Tracks require:

  • Lower Division Coursework: five classes
  • Upper Division Coursework:
    GRS 100
    GRS 130
    GRS 196 (Senior Thesis, WID course)
  • Foreign language intermediate fluency:  demonstrated by passing through Level 4 of college level language instruction
  • Semester long study abroad in your region of study (For Regional Track)
  • Semester long internship with an international focus (for Global Track)
  • Senior Thesis (research project) on a topic of your choice

The Regional track also requires a minor in anthropology, economics, history, modern languages, or politics.

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Global Track Courses
Regional Track Courses

 

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