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HUMANITIES MINOR

The university offers a minor in the humanities upon the successful completion of at least 18 hours above general education requirements in the following curricula:

  • Fine Arts
  • GOVT 355
  • History
  • MACO 499
  • Humanities
  • Foreign Languages
  • Literature
  • Music (Non-performance courses)
  • Philosophy
  • Speech (Non-performance courses)

The 18 total hours required for the humanities minor (18) must include:

  • courses in at least three areas of the humanities outside the student’s major,
  • a minimum of 9 hours in courses numbered 300 or above and
  • no more than 9 hours of travel-study courses in any of these curricula.

Three hours above degree requirements may be taken in the student’s major.

 

INTERNATIONAL STUDIES MINOR

The university awards a minor in international studies to students who successfully complete:

  • 18 semester hours, including Geography 104 and 15 semester hours to be chosen from the humanities, social sciences and business concentrations listed below. The 15 hours require successful completion of:
    • six semester hours from two of the three concentrations listed below
    • and three semester hours from the remaining concentration.

Required Course

  • Geography 104 — World Regional Geography (3)

Humanities Concentration

  • Art 383 — Art History Survey (1900-Present) (3)
  • **English 410 — World Literature I (3)
  • **English 411 — World Literature II (3)
  • History 307 — Modern East Asia (3)
  • History 309 — Modern Middle East and South Asia (3)
  • History 334 — 20th Century Europe (3)
  • History 382 — English History (3)
  • History 393 — French History (3)
  • **History 400 — Russian History (3)
  • History 425 — Hitler and Nazi Germany (3)

Social Sciences Concentration

  • Government 331 — Topics and Dynamics of Third World Politics (3)
  • Government 391 — International Relations and Politics (3)
  • Government 416 — Comparative Government (3)
  • Government 421 — American Foreign Policy (3)
  • Sociology 324 — Social Stratification (3)
  • Sociology 360 — Population Demographics and Dynamics (3)
  • Sociology 372 — Special Topics: Dynamics of Change in Latin America (3)
  • Sociology 391 — Racial and Ethnic Relations (3)
  • Sociology 404 — Social and Cultural Change (3)
  • Sociology 405 — Globalization (3)

Business Concentration

  • Agricultural Science 105 — World Agriculture (3)
  • **Economics 435 — Principles of International Trade (3)
  • **Finance 450 — International France (3)
  • **Marketing 475 — Global Marketing (3)
  • Petroleum Services Technology 302 — Intercultural Communication (3)

** requires prerequisite(s)

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