Minor in World Affairs
Requirements for a Minor in World Affairs
Eighteen semester hours including the following:
- Six semester hours of foreign language at the "2000" level or above.
- Three semester hours selected from Group I: ANT 1310; ENG 2306; HIS 1305; HIS 1307; GEOG 1300; MLC 1101, 3101 (Global Communities - No more than six hours of MLC will apply on the minor.)
- Three semester hours selected from Group II: ANT/ENV 4311; ANT/ENV 4327; ECO/GEOG/INB 3330; ECO 3331; ECO/AST/INB 4338; ENV/ANT 4310; FCS 4310; FCS 4352; FCS 4356; GEOG/SOC 3365; INB 3305; INB 3333; PCS 3324; PSC 3325; MLC 3101 (Global Communities - No more than six hours of MLC will apply on the minor.)
- Three semester hours selected from Group III: ENG 3375; ENG 4379; FDM 3351; JOU 3387;MLC 3300; MUS 3321; MUS/ANT 4360; MUS 4366; REL 3345; THEA 3322; MLC 3101 (Global Communities - No more than six hours of MLC will apply on the minor.)
- Three additional "3000-4000" level semester hours selected from Groups II or III.
The World Affairs minor consists of eighteen semester hours including nine hours of advanced work. The courses in Group I form the foundation for subsequent courses in the minor. Courses emphasize global concerns in the discipline and give attention to at least two of the following geographic areas: Europe, Asia, South America, the Middle East, and Africa. A minimum of nine hours at the "3000" and "4000" level is required. Additional courses may be considered for inclusion in this minor.
For more information, please contact:
Dr. Linda M. McManness, Professor of Spanish and Advisor for the World Affairs minor
Department of Modern Languages & Cultures
Tel: (254) 710-4426