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Minor - International Studies

Minor - International Studies

Course Requirements

A minor in international studies consists of 18 hours, including Pol 102 or Inst 101 and 15 hours of 300-level (or higher) course work selected from Inst-designated courses. Students switching from the international studies major to the minor may substitute up to two of the required 300-level courses with INST 200-level courses.

Other Academic Requirements

Students must demonstrate competency in a modern language other than English by completing 3 hours of 300-level course work in a modern language with a minimum grade of C. A minimum grade of C is required in all course work to be counted toward the international studies minor.

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