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SPRING 2020 COURSE OFFERINGS

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Global and International Studies Course List by Regional and Thematic Concentrations

INTERNATIONAL STUDIES COURSES

INTL I100 Introduction to International Studies
INTL I400 Capstone Seminar (International Migrations; authorization required)

WINDOWS ON THE WORLD

Multiple sections of all courses offered: Cultural Anthropology (A104), World Geography (G130), World History: 1800 to Present (H109), International Relations (POLS Y219), Introduction to Religion (R133)

WORLD LANGUAGE COURSES

ARABIC (NELC)

A132 Beginning Arabic II
A250 Intermediate Arabic II

CHINESE (EALC)

C131/132 Beginning Chinese Year I & II
C202 Second Year Chinese II
C302 Third Year Chinese II

FRENCH

F131/132 First Year French I & II
F203/204 Second Year French I & II
FREN F300 Lectures et Analyses Literaires (in French)
F328 Advanced Grammar and Composition

GERMAN

G131/132 First Year German I & II
G203/204 Second Year German I & II
G371 Der Deutsche Film

JAPANESE

J131/132 Beginning Japanese I & II
J202 Second Year Japanese II
J302 Third Year Japanese II

SPANISH

S131/132 First Year Spanish I & II
S203/204 Second Year Spanish I & II
S311 Spanish Grammar
S313 Writing Spanish
S317 Spanish Conversation and Diction
S319 Spanish for Health Care Personnel

REGIONAL CONCENTRATIONS

AFRICA

AFRO A152 Introduction to African Studies
HIST E432 History of Africa II
POLS Y338 African Politics

ASIA

EALC E232 China Past & Present
HER H400 Contemporary Art of East Asia
HIST G452 The Far East

EUROPE

CLAS C387 Roman History
CLAS C414 Art and Archeology of Rome
ENG L348 19 th Century British Fiction
FILM C380 French Cinema
FREN F300 Lectures et Analyses Literaires (in French)
GER G371 Der Deutsche Film
HIST B310 Britain Since 1688
HIST B421 First World War
SPAN S360 Intro to Hispanic Literature
SPAN S411 Spain: Cultural Context
SPAN S363 Intro a la Cultura Hispanica

LATIN AMERICAN & CARIBBEAN

ENGL L245 Introduction to Caribbean Lit (8 week + study option in june)
HIST F342 Latin America: Evolution & Revolution
SPAN S360 Intro to Hispanic Literature
SPAN S363 Intro a la Cultura Hispanica

MIDDLE EAST

NELC N380 Arab Histories (cross-listed with HIST H300)
POLS Y339 Middle East Politics
WLAC F360 Women and Islam

THEMATIC CONCENTRATIONS-

CIVIL SOCIETY AND SOCIAL MOVEMENTS

HIST F342 Latin America: Evolution & Revolution
PHIL P323 Society and State in the Modern World
POLS Y339 Middle East Politics

COMPARATIVE SYSTEMS

PHIL P323 Society and State in the Modern World
PBHL H330 Global Public Health
POLS Y217 Comparative Politics
POLS Y338 African Politics
POLS Y367 International Law
REL R212 Comparative Religions

GLOBAL AND CROSS-CULTURAL INTERACTIONS

HIST E432 History of Africa II
NELC N380 Arab Histories (cross-listed with HIST H300)
TESM G472 Global Tourism Seminar
REL R301 Women and Religion (cross-listed with WOST W301)

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS AND GLOBAL ECONOMY

BUS D301 International Business Environment
ECON E303 International Economics
ECON E337 Economic Development
REL R386 Consumptions, Ethics & The Good Life

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

HIST F342 Latin America: Evolution & Revolution
PHIL P323 State and Society in the Modern World
POLS Y219 International Relations
POLS Y338 African Politics
POLS Y339 Middle East Politics
POLS Y367 International Law

ISSUES IN GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT

ECON E337 Economic Development
GEOG G310 Human Impact on the Environment
GEOG G315 Environmental Conversation
HIST E432 History of Africa II
HIST F342 Latin America: Evolution & Revolution
PBHL A316 Environmental Health Science
PBHL H330 Global Public Health
POLS Y338 African Politics
POLS Y313 Environmental Policy
REL R386 Consumption, Ethics & The Good Life

FALL 2019 COURSE OFFERINGS

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Global and International Studies Course List by Regional and Thematic Concentrations

INTERNATIONAL STUDIES COURSES

INTL I100 Introduction to International Studies
INTL I400 Capstone Seminar (Topic: Protest and Rebellion; authorization required)

WINDOWS ON THE WORLD

Multiple sections of all courses offered: Cultural Anthropology (A104),World Geography (G130), World History: 1800 to Present (H109), International Relations (POLS Y219), Introduction to Religion (R133)

WORLD LANGUAGE COURSES

ARABIC 

A131 Beginning Arabic II
A200 Intermediate Arabic II
A300 Advanced Arabic
A350 Advance Arabic II

CHINESE

C131/132 Beginning Chinese Year I & II
C201/202 Second Year Chinese II
C301 Third Year Chinese I

FRENCH

F131/132 First Year French I & II
F203/204 Second Year French I & II
F315 French Conversation
F328 Advanced French Grammar
F380 French Conversation

GERMAN

G131/132 First Year German I & II
G203/204 Second Year German I & II
G300 Fifth-Semester German
G333 German Translation

JAPANESE

J131 Beginning Japanese I 
J201 Second Year Japanese I
J301 Third Year Japanese I

SPANISH

S131/132 First Year Spanish I & II
S203/204 Second Year Spanish I & II
S311 Spanish Grammar
S313 Writing Spanish
S317 Spanish Conversation and Diction
S318 Writing for Spanish Heritage Speakers
S323 Introduction to Translating Spanish/English
S326 Spanish Linguistics

REGIONAL CONCENTRATIONS

AFRICA

AFRO A152 Introduction to African Studies
AFRO A306 African Diaspora
HIST H227 African Civilizations

ASIA

EALC E231 Japan: The Living Tradition
EALC E396 Chinese Culture: The I Ching in Global Context
HER H362 Asian Art II
HIST G451 The Far East

EUROPE

ENG L301 Survey of English Literature I
HER H302 Post-Impressionism to Cubism
HER H331 Italian Renaissance Art
HIST B309 Britain Before 1688
HIST B354 The Reformation
HIST B426 Genocide & Its Origins
HIST C386 Greek History
SPAN B310 Hispanic Literature
SPAN B351 Intro a la Cultura Hispanica

LATIN AMERICAN & CARIBBEAN

HIST F341 Latin America: Conquest and Empire (colonialism)
SPAN S360 Hispanic Literature
SPAN S363  Intro a la Cultura Hispanica
SPAN S412 Spanish American : Cultural Context
SPAN S470  Women & Hispanic Literature
SPAN S472 Spanish American Literature

MIDDLE EAST

POLS Y371 Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

THEMATIC CONCENTRATIONS

CIVIL SOCIETY AND SOCIAL MOVEMENTS

JOUR J414 International Newsgathering Systems

COMPARATIVE SYSTEMS

ANTH A402 Gender in Cross-Cultural Perspective
HIST B426 Genocide & Its Origins
HIST F341 Latin America: Conquest and Empire (colonialism)
HIST H364 History of Medicine and Public Health
POLS Y382 Modern Political Thought
REL R212 Comparative Religions
REL R368 Religion and Healing

GLOBAL AND CROSS-CULTURAL INTERACTIONS

ANTH A402 Gender in Cross-Cultural Perspective
ANTH E457 Ethnic Identity
EALC E396 Chinese Culture: The I Ching in Global Context
HIST F341 Latin America: Conquest and Empire (colonialism)
HIST H227 AAfrican Civilizations
JOUR J414 International Newsgathering Systems
REL R368 Religion and Healing
SPAN S323 Introduction to Translating Spanish/English
TCEM G472 Global Tourism

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS AND THE GLOBAL ECONOMY

ANTH E411 Wealth, Exchange, and Power
BUS D301 International Business Environment
BUS D302 International Enterprises
ECON E303 International Economics
ECON E337 Economic Development

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

ANTH E411 Wealth, Exchange, and Power
HIST B426 Genocide & Its Origins
POLS Y219 International Relations
POLS Y375 War and International Conflict

ISSUES IN GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT

ANTH E411 Wealth, Exchange, and Power
ECON E337 Economic Development
HIST H364 History of Medicine and Public Health
PBHL A316 Environmental Health Science

 

SPRING 2019 COURSE OFFERINGS

Download Official Course Offerings List with Spring 2019 Classes

Global and International Studies Course List by Regional and Thematic Concentrations

INTERNATIONAL STUDIES COURSES

INTL I100 Introduction to International Studies
INTL I300 Human Rights
INTL I400 Capstone Seminar (International Migrations; authorization required)

WINDOWS ON THE WORLD

Multiple sections of all courses offered: Cultural Anthropology (A104),
Human and World Geography (G110, G130), World History: 1800 to Present (H109), International Relations (POLS Y219), Introduction to Religion (R133)
 
WORLD LANGUAGE COURSES

ARABIC (NELC)

A132 Beginning Arabic II
A250 Intermediate Arabic II

CHINESE (EALC)

C131/132 Beginning Chinese Year I & II
C201/202 Second Year Chinese II
C302 Third Year Chinese II
C320 Business Chinese

FRENCH

F131/132 First Year French I & II
F203/204 Second Year French I & II
F326 French in the Business World

GERMAN

G131/132 First Year German I & II
G203/204 Second Year German I & II

JAPANESE

J131/132 Beginning Japanese I & II
J202 Second Year Japanese II
J302 Third Year Japanese II

SPANISH

S131/132 First Year Spanish I & II
S203/204 Second Year Spanish I & II
S311 Spanish Grammar
S313 Writing Spanish
S315 Spanish for the Business World
S317 Spanish Conversation and Diction
S319 Spanish for Health Care Personnel

REGIONAL CONCENTRATIONS

AFRICA

AFRO A152 Introduction to African Studies
ENG L382 Fiction of the Non-Western World:20 th Century African Lit  

ASIA

EALC E334 Chinese Cinema
HIST G451 The Far East
REL R361 Hinduism and Buddhism

EUROPE

CLAS C361 Golden Age of Rome
ENG L348 19 th Century British Fiction
FREN F350 F350 Topics in Francophone Culture
GER G365 Deutsche Kultur Heute
GER G384 20 th Century German Lit in English Translation
GER G391 German Culture in English Translation
HER H333 Art of the Renaissance
HIST B310 Britain Since 1688
HIST B351 Early Middle Ages
HIST B452 Second World War
POLS Y350 Politics of the European Union
SPAN S411 Spain: Cultural Context
SPAN S363 Intro a la Cultura Hispanica

LATIN AMERICAN & CARIBBEAN

ENGL L245 Introduction to Caribbean Lit (8 week + study option in june)
HIST F346 Modern Mexico
REL R328 Afro-Diasporic Religions (Brazil, Cuba, Haiti)
SPAN S360 Intro to Hispanic Literature
SPAN S363 Intro a la Cultura Hispanica

MIDDLE EAST

NELC N397 Peoples and Cultures of the Middle East (cross-listed with ANTH A460)
POLS Y330 Middle East Politics
REL R257 Introduction to Islam
REL R305 Islam & Modernity

THEMATIC CONCENTRATIONS

CIVIL SOCIETY AND SOCIAL MOVEMENTS

HIST F346 Modern Mexico
HIST H418 International Humanitarian Assistance
INTL I300 Human Rights
PHIL P323 Society and State in the Modern World
POLS Y339 Middle East Politics

COMPARATIVE SYSTEMS

PHIL P323 Society and State in the Modern World
POLS Y217 Comparative Politics
POLS Y313 Environmental Policy
REL R212 Comparative Religions
REL R328 Afro-Diasporic Religions (Brazil, Cuba, Haiti)

GLOBAL AND CROSS-CULTURAL INTERACTIONS

ANTH A460 The Anthropology of Tourism
ENG L382 Fiction of the Non-Western World: 20 th Century African Lit
ENG Z301 History of the English Language
REL R257 Introduction to Islam
REL R328 Afro-Diasporic Religions (Brazil, Cuba, Haiti)
REL R305 Islam & Modernity
TCEM G472 Global Tourism Seminar
COMM C481 Intercultural Communications

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS AND THE GLOBAL ECONOMY

BUS D301 International Business Environment
ECON E303 International Economics
ECON E337 Economic Development

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

HIST F346 Modern Mexico
HIST H418 International Humanitarian Assistance
INTL I300 Human Rights
POLS Y339 Middle East Politics
POLS Y350 Politics of the European Union

ISSUES IN GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT

ANTH A460 The Anthropology of Tourism
ECON E337 Economic Development
HIST F346 Modern Mexico
HIST H418 International Humanitarian Assistance
PBHL A316 Environmental Health Science
POLS Y313 Environmental Policy

 

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