Bachelor of Arts and Science in Global Studies

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The bachelor’s degree offers students a rigorous education in the basic elements of the field. The program provides a sound general education for the student interested in the complex interrelationships (political, economic, environmental, social, and cultural) that exist among nations in the interdependent modern world.

Bachelor of Arts Degree Requirements

Preparatory Courses8
Introduction to International Issues
Foundations for Intercultural Competence
Block A: International Core Foundation16
Perspectives on International Development
Value Systems in Cross-Cultural Perspective
Global Wellbeing (Course currently being regularized)
Globalization and the Global Economy (Course currently being regularized)
Block B: Professional Concentration Area16
Either Internal Block B Option 1: Four upper-division courses (16 credits) in one of 12 areas of concentration or External Block B Option 2: four upper-division INTL/GLBL courses (16 credits) plus a minor/certificate in any other UO department. See professional concentration areas list and tables. 3
1) Internal Block B Option: Choose 1 of 12 Professional Concentration options. Earn 16 credits total: A) 1 or 2 required INTL/GLBL course(s) (4-8 credits); B) 2 or 3 electives (8 or 12 credits); C) All credits must be upper division.
2) External Block B Option: A) Complete any minor or certificate in any other UO department; B) In addition, breadth requirement of 4 additional INTL/GLBL courses; 3) If a INTL/GLBL course is counted towards the minor/certificate, it may also count among those 4.
Block C: Geographic Focus16
Four upper-division courses on one of the following areas: Africa, Europe, Southeast & East Asia, South & Central Asia, Latin America & Caribbean, Middle East, and North America; at least one of the four must have the INTL/GLBL subject code. See geographic focus areas list and tables. 4
Total Credits56

Bachelor of Science Degree Requirements

Preparatory Courses8
Introduction to International Issues
Foundations for Intercultural Competence
Block A: International Core Foundation16
Perspectives on International Development
Value Systems in Cross-Cultural Perspective
Global Wellbeing (Course currently being regularized)
Globalization and the Global Economy (Course currently being regularized)
Block B: Professional Concentration Area16
Either Internal Block B Option 1: Four upper-division courses (16 credits) in one of 12 areas of concentration or External Block B Option 2: four upper-division INTL/GLBL courses (16 credits) plus a minor/certificate in any other UO department. See professional concentration areas list and tables. 3
1) Internal Block B Option: Choose 1 of 12 Professional Concentration options. Earn 16 credits total: A) 1 or 2 required INTL/GLBL course(s) (4-8 credits); B) 2 or 3 electives (8 or 12 credits); C) All credits must be upper division.
2) External Block B Option: A) Complete any minor or certificate in any other UO department; B) In addition, breadth requirement of 4 additional INTL/GLBL courses; 3) If a INTL/GLBL course is counted towards the minor/certificate, it may also count among those 4.
Block C: Geographic Focus16
Four upper-division courses on one of the following areas: Africa, Europe, Southeast & East Asia, South & Central Asia, Latin America & Caribbean, Middle East, and North America; at least one of the four must have the INTL/GLBL subject code. See geographic focus areas list and tables. 4
Total Credits56

Block B: Professional Concentration Areas

1) Internal Block B Option

Choose 1 of the following 12 Professional Concentration options. Earn 16 credits total: 

A) 1 or 2 required GLBL course(s) (4-8 credits)

B) 2 or 3 electives (8 or 12 credits)

C) All credits must be upper division.

Environmental Justice and Resilience

Internal Block B Option
Required Courses4
Global Community Development
Elective Courses12
Select two courses from the following or from the required course options:
Global Studies
International Human Rights
The Global Story of Race
Gender and International Development
Aid to Developing Countries
Development and the Muslim World
United Nations Intervention in Global Crises
Global Food Security
Cross-Cultural Communication
Indigenous Cultural Survival
Childhood in Cross-Cultural Perspective
Language Issues for International Studies
Global Perspectives on Disability
South Asia: Development and Social Change
Development and Social Change in Southeast Asia
Development and Social Change in Sub-Saharan Africa
Development and Social Change in Latin America
Bollywood's Lens on Indian Society
Population Displacement and Global Health
Global Reproductive Health
Global Mental Health
Biology
Ecology
Economics
Resource and Environmental Economic Issues
Urban and Regional Economics
Natural Resource Economics
Environmental Studies
Allocating Scarce Environmental Resources
Environmental Ethics
Environmental Issues: [Topic]
Environmental Justice
Political Ecology
Ethnic Studies
Native Americans and the Environment
Geography
Population and Environment
Global Environmental Change
Long-Term Environmental Change
Environmental Alteration
Geography, Law, and the Environment
Environment and Development
International Water Policy
Contemporary Food Systems
Law
Environmental Regulation
Philosophy
Global Justice
Planning, Public Policy and Management
Environmental Management
Climate-Change Policy
Environmental Policy
Green Cities
Political Science
Science and Politics of Climate Change
International Environmental Politics
Sociology
Community, Environment, and Society
Issues in Environmental Sociology [Topic]
Women's Gender, and Sexuality Studies
Gender, Environment, and Development
Total Credits16

Development Studies

Internal Block B Option
Required Courses8
Both required:
Global Community Development
Aid to Developing Countries
Elective Courses8
Select two courses from the following:
Global Studies
Global Health and Development
International Cooperation and Conflict
International Human Rights
The Global Story of Race
Gender and International Development
Development and the Muslim World
United Nations Intervention in Global Crises
Global Food Security
Cross-Cultural Communication
Indigenous Cultural Survival
Childhood in Cross-Cultural Perspective
Language Issues for International Studies
Global Perspectives on Disability
South Asia: Development and Social Change
Development and Social Change in Southeast Asia
Development and Social Change in Sub-Saharan Africa
Development and Social Change in Latin America
Bollywood's Lens on Indian Society
Population Displacement and Global Health
Global Reproductive Health
Global Mental Health
Business Administration
Management: Creating Value through People
Conflict and Dispute Resolution
Roles of a Diplomat
Economics
International Economic Issues
Problems and Issues in the Developing Economies
International Finance
International Trade
Economics of Globalization
Economic Growth and Development
Issues in Economic Growth and Development
Finance
International Finance
Geography
Population and Environment
Geography of Globalization
Society, Culture, and Place
Political Geography
Urban Geography
Environment and Development
Law
Human Rights, Law, and Culture
Planning, Public Policy and Management
Global Sustainable Development and Policy
Policy and Planning Analysis
Justice and Urban Revitalization
Natural Resource Policy
Socioeconomic Development Planning
Nonprofit Management
Political Science
Democracy, Dictators, and Development
The Politics of Development
International Political Economy
Political Power, Influence, and Control
International Environmental Politics
U.S. Interventions in Developing Nations
Sociology
Political Economy
Sociology of Developing Areas
Political Sociology
Total Credits16

Migration, Refugees and Humanitarian Assistance

Internal Block B Option
Required Courses8
Population Displacement and Global Health
Aid to Developing Countries
Elective Courses8
Select two courses from the following:
Global Studies
Global Health and Development
International Cooperation and Conflict
International Human Rights
The Global Story of Race
Global Community Development
Gender and International Development
Development and the Muslim World
United Nations Intervention in Global Crises
Global Food Security
Cross-Cultural Communication
Indigenous Cultural Survival
Childhood in Cross-Cultural Perspective
Language Issues for International Studies
Global Perspectives on Disability
South Asia: Development and Social Change
Development and Social Change in Southeast Asia
Development and Social Change in Sub-Saharan Africa
Development and Social Change in Latin America
Bollywood's Lens on Indian Society
Global Reproductive Health
Global Mental Health
Anthropology
Immigration and Farmworkers Political Culture
Economics
Urban and Regional Economics
Ethnic Studies
Race, Migration, and Rights
Philisophy
Global Justice
Sociology
Sociology of Developing Areas
Issues of Migration: [Topic]
Total Credits16

Diplomacy, Peace, and Conflict Studies

Internal Block B Option
Required Courses8
International Cooperation and Conflict
Plus one of the following:
International Human Rights
Cross-Cultural Communication
Elective Courses8
Select two courses from the following or from the required course options:
Global Studies
Islam and Global Forces
The Global Story of Race
Global Community Development
Gender and International Development
Aid to Developing Countries
Development and the Muslim World
United Nations Intervention in Global Crises
Global Food Security
Indigenous Cultural Survival
Childhood in Cross-Cultural Perspective
Language Issues for International Studies
Global Perspectives on Disability
South Asia: Development and Social Change
Development and Social Change in Southeast Asia
Development and Social Change in Sub-Saharan Africa
Development and Social Change in Latin America
Bollywood's Lens on Indian Society
Population Displacement and Global Health
Global Reproductive Health
Global Mental Health
Conflict and Dispute Resolution
Roles of a Diplomat
Conflict and Gender
Restorative Justice
Israel and Palestine
Dialogue across Differences
Dialogue Across Differences II
Economics
International Economic Issues
Environmental Studies
Environmental Justice
Ethnic Studies
Social Equity and Criminal Justice
Geography
Political Geography
Geography, Law, and the Environment
History
US Military History
Law
Human Rights, Law, and Culture
Planning, Public Policy and Management
Community Leadership and Change
Policy and Planning Analysis
Practice of Leadership and Change
Political Science
Democracy, Dictators, and Development
Roots of Democracy
United States Foreign Policy I
Governments and Politics in Latin America
The Politics of Development
International Political Economy
Terrorism and Weapons Proliferation
Political Power, Influence, and Control
Democratic Dilemmas
Racial Politics in the United States
Theories of International Politics
LGBT Rights in the Courts
The United States Presidency
International Environmental Politics
U.S. Interventions in Developing Nations
Psychology
Cultural Psychology
Religion
War, Terrorism, and Religion
Sociology
Introduction: Deviance, Control, and Crime
Political Economy
Political Sociology
Marxist Sociological Theory
Total Credits16

Media and Communications

Internal Block B Option
Required Courses8
International Communication
Plus one of the following:
Cross-Cultural Communication
Language Issues for International Studies
Elective Courses8
Select two courses from the following:
Global Studies
International Cooperation and Conflict
International Human Rights
The Global Story of Race
Global Community Development
Gender and International Development
Aid to Developing Countries
Development and the Muslim World
United Nations Intervention in Global Crises
Global Food Security
Cross-Cultural Communication
Indigenous Cultural Survival
Childhood in Cross-Cultural Perspective
Language Issues for International Studies
Global Perspectives on Disability
South Asia: Development and Social Change
Development and Social Change in Southeast Asia
Development and Social Change in Sub-Saharan Africa
Development and Social Change in Latin America
Bollywood's Lens on Indian Society
Population Displacement and Global Health
Global Reproductive Health
Global Mental Health
Cinema Studies
National and Regional Cinema: [Topic]
Film, Media, and Culture
Comparative Literature
Comparative Comics
Comparative Media: [Topic]
Comparative Studies in Cinema: [Topic]
English
Film, Media, and Culture
Italian
Cultura e lingua: arte, musica, i mass media
Journalism
Gender, Media, and Diversity
Principles of Public Relations
Media History
Media Ethics
Marketing
Marketing Communications
Political Science
Politics and Film
Sociology
Sociology of the Mass Media
Total Credits16

Business, Trade, and Tourism

This concentration area requires early planning to meet prerequisites. See departmental advisors for prerequisites specific to global studies majors.

Internal Block B Option
Required Courses8
Select two courses from the following:
Managing in a Global Economy
International Marketing
Tourism and Development
Elective Courses8
Select two courses from the following:
Global Studies
Islam and Global Forces
The Global Story of Race
Global Community Development
Gender and International Development
Aid to Developing Countries
Development and the Muslim World
United Nations Intervention in Global Crises
Global Food Security
Cross-Cultural Communication
Indigenous Cultural Survival
Childhood in Cross-Cultural Perspective
Language Issues for International Studies
Global Perspectives on Disability
South Asia: Development and Social Change
Development and Social Change in Southeast Asia
Development and Social Change in Sub-Saharan Africa
Development and Social Change in Latin America
Bollywood's Lens on Indian Society
Population Displacement and Global Health
Global Reproductive Health
Global Mental Health
Business Administration
Marketing: Creating Value for Customers
Cross-Cultural Business Communication
Cross-Cultural Negotiation
Economics
Issues in Industrial Organization
Money and Banking
International Economic Issues
Introduction to Econometrics
International Finance
International Trade
Multinational Corporations
Economic Growth and Development
Issues in Economic Growth and Development
Finance
International Finance
Geography
Population and Environment
Geography of Globalization
Political Geography
Environment and Development
Management
Negotiation Strategies
Marketing
Marketing Management
Consumer Behavior
Planning, Public Policy and Management
Grant Proposal Writing
Public and Nonprofit Financial Management
Political Science
International Political Economy
International Environmental Politics
Sociology
Community, Environment, and Society
Work and Occupations
Political Economy
Sociology of Developing Areas
Economic Sociology
Total Credits16

If double-majoring in business administration and global studies, other options apply.

Arts and Identity

Internal Block B Option
Required Course4
Bollywood's Lens on Indian Society
Elective Courses12
Select three courses from the following:
Global Studies
The Global Story of Race
Global Community Development
Gender and International Development
Aid to Developing Countries
Development and the Muslim World
United Nations Intervention in Global Crises
Global Food Security
Cross-Cultural Communication
Indigenous Cultural Survival
Childhood in Cross-Cultural Perspective
Language Issues for International Studies
Global Perspectives on Disability
South Asia: Development and Social Change
Development and Social Change in Southeast Asia
Development and Social Change in Sub-Saharan Africa
Development and Social Change in Latin America
Population Displacement and Global Health
Global Reproductive Health
Global Mental Health
Historic Preservation
Introduction to Historic Preservation
Arts and Administration
Art in Society
Community Cultural Development
Cultural Policy
Anthropology
Origins of Art
Cultural Resource Management
Art History
History of Design
Contemporary Art: [Topic]
Latin American Art History: [Topic]
Cinema Studies
Film, Media, and Culture
Dance
African Dance Aesthetics
English
Film, Media, and Culture
Graphic Narratives and Cultural Theory
Folklore and Public Culture
Folklore and Religion
Folk Art and Material Culture
Music
Music in World Cultures
Introduction to Ethnomusicology
Musical Instruments of the World
Philosophy
Philosophy of the Arts
Planning, Public Policy and Management
Grant Proposal Writing
Political Science
Politics and Film
Sociology
Sociology of Developing Areas
Theater Arts
History of the Theater I
History of the Theater II
Multicultural Theater: [Topic]
Total Credits16

Gender, Race and Inequality

Internal Block B Option
Required Course4
Gender and International Development
Elective Courses12
Select three courses from the following:
Global Studies
Islam and Global Forces
Global Health and Development
Africa Today: Issues and Concerns
International Cooperation and Conflict
International Human Rights
The Global Story of Race
Global Community Development
Aid to Developing Countries
Development and the Muslim World
United Nations Intervention in Global Crises
Global Food Security
Cross-Cultural Communication
Indigenous Cultural Survival
Childhood in Cross-Cultural Perspective
Language Issues for International Studies
Global Perspectives on Disability
South Asia: Development and Social Change
Development and Social Change in Southeast Asia
Development and Social Change in Sub-Saharan Africa
Development and Social Change in Latin America
Bollywood's Lens on Indian Society
Population Displacement and Global Health
Global Reproductive Health
Global Mental Health
Anthropology
Gender, Folklore, Inequality
Human Attraction and Mating Strategies
Classics
Gender and Sexuality in Antiquity
Comparative Literature
Gender and Identity in Literature
Conflict and Dispute Resolution
Conflict and Gender
Ethnic Studies
Women of Color: Issues and Concerns
Social Equity and Criminal Justice
Folklore and Public Culture
Folklore and Sexuality
German
German Gender Studies
History
Advanced Women's History: [Topic]
Journalism
Gender, Media, and Diversity
Philosphy
Introduction to Feminist Philosophy
Political Science
Women and Politics
Gender and Politics in Developing Countries
Sociology
Social Inequality
Sociology of Gender
Issues in Sociology of Gender: [Topic]
Feminist Theory
Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
Women and Gender in American History
History and Development of Feminist Theory
Feminist Perspectives: Identity, Race, Culture
Science, Technology, and Gender
Women, Work, and Class
Decolonial Feminisms
Gender, Film, and the Media
Feminist Praxis
Gender, Environment, and Development
Literature and Feminist World-Making
Global Perspectives on Gender [Topic]
Total Credits16

Law and Human Rights

Internal Block B Option
Required Courses8
International Human Rights
Aid to Developing Countries
Elective Courses8
Select two courses from the following:
Global Studies
Islam and Global Forces
Global Health and Development
International Cooperation and Conflict
The Global Story of Race
Global Community Development
Gender and International Development
Development and the Muslim World
United Nations Intervention in Global Crises
Global Food Security
Cross-Cultural Communication
Indigenous Cultural Survival
Childhood in Cross-Cultural Perspective
Language Issues for International Studies
Global Perspectives on Disability
South Asia: Development and Social Change
Development and Social Change in Southeast Asia
Development and Social Change in Sub-Saharan Africa
Development and Social Change in Latin America
Bollywood's Lens on Indian Society
Population Displacement and Global Health
Global Reproductive Health
Global Mental Health
Conflict and Dispute Resolution
Conflict and Gender
Restorative Justice
Dialogue across Differences
Dialogue Across Differences II
Environmental Studies
Environmental Justice
Ethnic Studies
Social Equity and Criminal Justice
Race and Incarceration
Race and Ethnicity and the Law: [Topic]
Geography
Geography, Law, and the Environment
Law 1
Human Rights, Law, and Culture
Transitional Justice
International Law
Human Rights and Environment
Philosophy
Global Justice
Planning, Public Policy and Management
Introduction to Public Law
Political Science
Race, Politics, and the Law
LGBT Rights in the Courts
Civil Rights and Civil Liberties
Sociology
Introduction: Deviance, Control, and Crime
Issues in Deviance, Control, and Crime: [Topic]
Total Credits16

Food Studies

Internal Block B Option
Required Courses8
Global Community Development
Global Food Security
Elective Courses8
Select two courses from the following:
Global Studies
Islam and Global Forces
Global Health and Development
Africa Today: Issues and Concerns
International Cooperation and Conflict
International Human Rights
The Global Story of Race
Gender and International Development
Aid to Developing Countries
Development and the Muslim World
United Nations Intervention in Global Crises
Cross-Cultural Communication
Indigenous Cultural Survival
Childhood in Cross-Cultural Perspective
Language Issues for International Studies
Global Perspectives on Disability
South Asia: Development and Social Change
Development and Social Change in Southeast Asia
Development and Social Change in Sub-Saharan Africa
Development and Social Change in Latin America
Bollywood's Lens on Indian Society
Population Displacement and Global Health
Global Reproductive Health
Global Mental Health
Economics
Resource and Environmental Economic Issues
Environmental Studies
Environmental Justice
Political Ecology
Geography
Long-Term Environmental Change
Environmental Alteration
Geography, Law, and the Environment
Environment and Development
Planning, Public Policy and Management
Natural Resource Policy
Political Science
International Environmental Politics
Total Credits16

Global Health

Internal Block B Option
Required Course4
Global Health and Development
Elective Courses12
Select three courses from the following:
Global Studies
Islam and Global Forces
Africa Today: Issues and Concerns
International Cooperation and Conflict
International Human Rights
The Global Story of Race
Global Community Development
Gender and International Development
Aid to Developing Countries
Development and the Muslim World
United Nations Intervention in Global Crises
Global Food Security
Cross-Cultural Communication
Indigenous Cultural Survival
Childhood in Cross-Cultural Perspective
Language Issues for International Studies
Global Perspectives on Disability
South Asia: Development and Social Change
Development and Social Change in Southeast Asia
Development and Social Change in Sub-Saharan Africa
Development and Social Change in Latin America
Bollywood's Lens on Indian Society
Population Displacement and Global Health
Global Reproductive Health
Global Mental Health
Anthropology
Human Biological Variation
Human Growth and Development
Genomics and Anthropology
Culture and Psychology
Advanced Evolutionary Medicine
Human Skeletal Pathology
Biology
Tropical Diseases in Africa
Sensory Physiology
Investigations in Medical Physiology
Neurobiology
Human Molecular Genetics
Genetics of Cancer
Population Ecology
Economics
Health Economics
Economic Growth and Development
Geography
Population and Environment
Contemporary Food Systems
History
Philosophy
Global Justice
Medical Ethics
Planning, Public Policy and Management
Global Sustainable Development and Policy
Health Policy
Psychology
Scientific Thinking in Psychology
Statistical Methods in Psychology
Culture and Mental Health
Cultural Psychology
Psychology of Trauma
Sociology
Research Methods
Statistical Analysis in Sociology
Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
Science, Technology, and Gender
Bodies and Embodiment
Total Credits16

Global Education

Internal Block B Option
Required Courses8
Cross-Cultural Communication
Childhood in Cross-Cultural Perspective
Elective Courses8
Select two courses from the following:
Global Studies
The Global Story of Race
Global Community Development
Gender and International Development
Aid to Developing Countries
Development and the Muslim World
United Nations Intervention in Global Crises
Global Food Security
Indigenous Cultural Survival
Language Issues for International Studies
Global Perspectives on Disability
South Asia: Development and Social Change
Development and Social Change in Southeast Asia
Development and Social Change in Sub-Saharan Africa
Development and Social Change in Latin America
Bollywood's Lens on Indian Society
Population Displacement and Global Health
Global Reproductive Health
Global Mental Health
Business Administration
Cross-Cultural Business Communication
Conflict and Dispute Resolution
Working Internationally: Culture and Context
Dialogue across Differences
Dialogue Across Differences II
Education Studies
Decolonization and Education
English
Inventing Arguments
Geography
Society, Culture, and Place
Culture, Ethnicity, and Nationalism
Journalism
International Communication
Linguistics
Languages of the World
Sociolinguistics
Music
Music in World Cultures
Planning, Public Policy and Management
Grant Proposal Writing
Public Participation in Diverse Communities
Political Science
Music and Politics
Psychology
Cultural Psychology
Sociology
Sociology of Education
Total Credits16

External Block B Option

A) Complete any minor or certificate in any other UO department;

B) In addition, breadth requirement of 4 additional INTL/GLBL courses;

3) If a INTL/GLBL course is counted towards the minor/certificate, it may also count among those 4.

External Block B Option
Non-GLBL Minor
Complete all requirements for a minor or certificate in any other UO department.
GLBL Required Courses16
Select any four upper division courses with an GLBL prefix.
Total Credits16

Block C: Geographic Focus Areas

Choose 1 of the following 7 Geographic Focus options. Earn 16 credits total: 

A) 1 required GLBL course (4 credits)

B) 2 or 3 electives (12 credits)

C) All credits must be upper division.

As many as 4 credits in a third-year language sequence may be used to fulfill the geographic focus requirement. Appropriate courses should have significant course content on the region of study. Areas of focus may include Africa, Europe, Latin America and the Caribbean, the Middle East, North America, South and Central Asia, and East and Southeast Asia. A North American geographic focus is only open to international students.

Students may submit a substitution request to use one term (4.00 or 5.00 credits) of introductory (100 or 200-level) language for their geographic focus requirement, and, as long as it is confirmed as different from the language the student is using for their 3-year language requirement for the major, the substitution will be approved. Students seeking this exceptional substitution should discuss the matter with Global Connections Advisors in the Tykeson College & Career Advising unit.

Africa

Required Course4
Select one of the following Global Studies courses:
Recommended GLBL course options
Africa Today: Issues and Concerns
Development and Social Change in Sub-Saharan Africa
Other GLBL course options
Islam and Global Forces
Development and the Muslim World
Indigenous Cultural Survival
Elective Courses12
Select three courses from the following:
Non-Language Elective course options
Anthropology
Archaeology of Egypt and Near East
African Archaeology
Biology
Tropical Diseases in Africa
Dance
African Dance Aesthetics
Folklore and Public Culture
Voices of Africa
French
French Cinema for Nonmajors
French-English Translation
Geography
Geography of the Middle East and North Africa
History
Precolonial Africa
Colonial and Postcolonial Africa
Society and Culture in Modern Africa: [Topic]
African Regional Histories: [Topic]
Music
Musical Instruments of the World
Popular Musics in the African Diaspora
Language Elective course options (As many as 4 credits in a third-year language sequence may be used to fulfill the geographic focus requirement.)
Arabic
Language and Culture
Language and Culture
Language and Culture
Reading Classical Arabic
French
Culture et langage: la France contemporaine
Oral Skills
Total Credits16

Europe

Required Course4
Select one of the following Global Studies courses:
Recommended GLBL course options
United Nations Intervention in Global Crises
Other GLBL course options
Indigenous Cultural Survival
Elective Courses12
Select three courses from the following:
Non-Language Elective course options
Anthropology
Balkan Society and Folklore
Art History
Ancient Mediterranean Art: [Topic]
History of World Architecture I
History of World Architecture II
Ancient Greek Art & Architecture
Medieval Art
Rome in Age of Bernini
Art of the Enlightenment
Medieval Art and Architecture: [Topic]
Classics
Greek and Roman Epic
Greek and Roman Tragedy
Classical Greek Philosophers
English
English Novel
Medieval Romance
Chaucer
Old English I
French
French Survey: Medieval and Renaissance
Monarchy, Liberty, Revolution
French Survey: 19th and 20th Centuries
French Poetry
French Theater
French Narrative
French Cinema for Nonmajors
French Film
Baroque Theater: [Topic]
19th-Century Literature: [Topic]
20th-Century Literature: [Topic]
German
Diversity in Germany
Authors in German Literature
German Gender Studies
German Cinema: History, Theory, Practice
German Fairy Tales
Introduction to German Literature: Poetry, Plays, Prose
Introduction to German Literature: Literary Movements
Play Performance: [Topic]
History
Modern Europe
Modern Europe
Modern Europe
High Middle Ages in Europe
Late Middle Ages in Europe
British History: [Topic]
France
France
German History: [Topic]
Early Russia
Soviet Union and Contemporary Russia
Ancient Greece: [Topic]
Ancient Rome: [Topic]
The Idea of Europe
Economic History of Modern Europe: [Topic]
Intellectual History of Modern Europe: [Topic]
Europe in the 20th Century: [Topic]
Modern Germany: [Topic]
Italian
Cultura e lingua: arte, musica, i mass media
Italian Survey: 19th and 20th Centuries
Humanism and the Renaissance
Political Science
European Politics
Russian Politics
Marxism and Radical Thought
Russian
Russian through Theater
Russian Short Story
Russian Literature and Film
Classics of Russian Poetry: [Topic]
Russian Literature: [Topic]
Scandanavian
Nordic Cinema
Directors, Movements, and Manifestos
Constructions versus Constrictions of Identity
Revisions of the Scandinavian Dream
Norse Mythology
Genres in Scandinavian Literature
Spanish
Spanish in the Media
Introduction to Hispanic Linguistics
Hispanic Cultures through Literature I
Hispanic Cultures through Literature II
Hispanic Cultures through Literature III
Hispanic Cultures through Literature IV
Introduction to Poetry
Introduction to Poetry
Introduction to Theater
Introduction to Narrative
Creative Writing in Spanish
History of the Spanish Language
Colonial Latin American Literature: [Topic]
Introduction to Spanish Golden Age
19th-Century Spanish American Literature: [Topic]
20th-Century Latin American Literature: [Topic]
Sociology
Marxist Sociological Theory
Language Elective course options (As many as 4 credits in a third-year language sequence may be used to fulfill the geographic focus requirement.)
French
Culture et langage: la France contemporaine
Culture et langage: Le monde francophone contemporain
Oral Skills
French Theater
French-English Translation
German
Intermediate Language Training
Advanced Language Training
Advanced Language Training
Greek
Authors: [Topic]
Authors: [Topic]
Authors: [Topic]
Italian
Cultura e lingua: l'Italia contemporanea
Cultura e lingua: arte, musica, i mass media
Oral Skills
Italian Survey: Baroque and Enlightenment
Intensive Italian Grammar Review
Latin
Authors: [Topic]
Authors: [Topic]
Russian
Third-Year Russian
Third-Year Russian
Third-Year Russian
Advanced Russian: [Topic]
Spanish
Cultura y Lengua: Identidades Hispanas
Cultura y lengua: expresiones artisticas
Cultura y lengua: cambios sociales
Oral Skills
Cultura y lengua: comunidades bilingues
Spanish in the Media
Introduction to Hispanic Linguistics
Hispanic Cultures through Literature IV
Portuguese
Cultura e lingua: Brasil ontem e hoje
Total Credits16

Southeast & East Asia

Required Course4
Select one of the following Global Studies courses:
Recommended GLBL course options
Development and Social Change in Southeast Asia
Other GLBL course options
Islam and Global Forces
Elective Courses12
Select three courses from the following:
Non-Language Elective course options
Anthropology
Pacific Islands Archaeology
Archaeology of East Asia
Art History
Chinese Buddhist Art
Japanese Art: [Topic]
Japanese Prints
Asian Studies
What Is Asia: Theoretical Debates
Asian Foodways
Chinese
Literature of Modern Taiwan
Special Studies: [Topic]
Seminar: [Topic]
Experimental Course: [Topic]
Fourth-Year Chinese
Fourth-Year Chinese
Modern Chinese Texts: [Topic]
Intermediate Language Strategies
Intermediate Language Strategies
Literary Chinese
Literary Chinese
Chinese Academic Writing
Advanced Chinese: [Topic]
Chinese Film and Theory
Chinese Linguistics
Pedagogical Grammar of Chinese
History of the Chinese Language
Cinema Studies
Contemporary Korean Film
East Asian Languages & Literatures
Special Studies: [Topic]
Seminar: [Topic]
Experimental Course: [Topic]
Second-Language Acquisition
English
Asian American Writers
History
Early China
Samurai in Film
China: [Topic]
Early Japanese Culture and Society: [Topic]
Japanese
Introduction to Japanese Literature
Introduction to Japanese Literature
Introduction to Japanese Literature
Special Studies: [Topic]
Seminar: [Topic]
Experimental Course: [Topic]
Fourth-Year Spoken Japanese
Fourth-Year Spoken Japanese
Fourth-Year Spoken Japanese
Fourth-Year Reading and Writing Japanese
Fourth-Year Reading and Writing Japanese
Fourth-Year Reading and Writing Japanese
Modern Japanese Literature: [Topic]
Advanced Readings in Japanese Literature
Advanced Readings in Japanese Literature
The Japanese Cinema
Korean
Introduction to Korean Linguistics
Korean Popular Culture and Transnationalism
Contemporary Korean Film
Special Studies: [Topic]
Experimental Course: [Topic]
Political Science
Politics of China
Southeast Asian Politics
Political Economy of East Asia
Religious Studies
Chinese Religions
Japanese Religions
Dark Self, East and West
Readings in Buddhist Scriptures
Language Elective course options (As many as 4 credits in a third-year language sequence may be used to fulfill the geographic focus requirement.)
Chinese
Third-Year Chinese
Third-Year Chinese
Third-Year Chinese
History of Chinese Literature
History of Chinese Literature
History of Chinese Literature
Gender and Sexuality in Traditional Chinese Literature
Gender and Sexuality in Modern Chinese Literature
Japanese
Third-Year Japanese
Third-Year Japanese
Third-Year Japanese
Korean
Third Year Korean
Third-Year Korean
Third-Year Korean
Total Credits16

South & Central Asia

Required Course4
Select one of the following Global Studies courses:
Recommended GLBL course options
South Asia: Development and Social Change
Other GLBL course options
The Global Story of Race
Development and the Muslim World
Bollywood's Lens on Indian Society
Elective Courses12
Select three courses from the following:
Non-Language Elective course options
Asian Studies
What Is Asia: Theoretical Debates
Anthropology
Cultures of India and South Asia
History
India
Religious Studies
Dark Self, East and West
Readings in Buddhist Scriptures
Total Credits16

Latin America & Caribbean

Required Course4
Select one of the following Global Studies courses:
Recommended GLBL course options
Development and Social Change in Latin America
Elective Courses12
Select three courses from the following:
Non-Language Elective course options
Anthropology
Immigration and Farmworkers Political Culture
Latino Roots I
Race and Gender in Latin America
Art History
Latin American Art History: [Topic]
Education Studies
Decolonization and Education
Ethnic Studies
Caribbean Literature and Politics
History
Latin America
Latin America
Latin America, 1910 to the Present
Mexico
Latin America: [Topic]
Music
Music of the Americas
Philosophy
Introduction to Latin American Philosophy
Political Science
Governments and Politics in Latin America
Spanish
Spanish in the Media
Hispanic Cultures through Literature I
Hispanic Cultures through Literature II
Hispanic Cultures through Literature III
Hispanic Cultures through Literature IV
United States Latino Literature and Culture
Introduction to Poetry
Introduction to Theater
Introduction to Narrative
Creative Writing in Spanish
Special Studies: [Topic]
Seminar: [Topic]
Experimental Course: [Topic]
History of the Spanish Language
National Identities and Border Cultures in the Americas
Colonial Latin American Literature: [Topic]
Introduction to Spanish Golden Age
19th-Century Spanish American Literature: [Topic]
20th-Century Latin American Literature: [Topic]
Language Elective course options (As many as 4 credits in a third-year language sequence may be used to fulfill the geographic focus requirement.)
French
Culture et langage: la France contemporaine
Culture et langage: Le monde francophone contemporain
Oral Skills
French-English Translation
Spanish
Cultura y Lengua: Identidades Hispanas
Cultura y lengua: expresiones artisticas
Cultura y lengua: cambios sociales
Oral Skills
Cultura y lengua: comunidades bilingues
Spanish in the Media
Introduction to Hispanic Linguistics
Hispanic Cultures through Literature IV
Portuguese
Cultura e lingua: Brasil ontem e hoje
Total Credits16

Middle East

Required Course4
Select one of the following Global Studies courses:
Recommended GLBL course options
Islam and Global Forces
Development and the Muslim World
Other GLBL course options
Africa Today: Issues and Concerns
Elective Courses12
Select three courses from the following:
Non-Language Elective course options
Anthropology
Archaeology of Egypt and Near East
Jewish Folklore and Ethnology
Arabic
Reading Classical Arabic
Arab Cinema
Special Studies: [Topic]
Seminar: [Topic]
Experimental Course: [Topic]
Conflict and Dispute Resolution
Israel and Palestine
English
Jewish Writers
Folklore and Public Culture
Folklore and the Bible
History
The Iraq War
Religious Studies
Jesus and the Gospels
Introduction to the Qur'an
Dark Self, East and West
War, Terrorism, and Religion
Biblical Book: [Topic]
Islamic Mysticism: [Topic]
Language Elective course options (As many as 4 credits in a third-year language sequence may be used to fulfill the geographic focus requirement.)
Arabic
Language and Culture
Language and Culture
Language and Culture
Reading Classical Arabic
Hebrew
Biblical Narrative
Biblical Poetry
Total Credits16

North America

Required Course4
Select one of the following Global Studies courses:
Recommended GLBL course options
Indigenous Cultural Survival
Elective Courses12
Select three courses from the following:
Non-Language Elective course options
Anthropology
Native North Americans
Anthropology of the United States
Oregon Archaeology
Latino Roots I
North American Archaeology
Art History
American Architecture III
American Sign Language
American Deaf Culture
Cinema Studies
US Film Industry
English
Literature of the Northwest
African American Writers
Native American Writers
Asian American Writers
Chicano and Latino Writers
Comparative Ethnic American Literatures
American Novel
American Novel
Modern American Superhero
Ethnic Studies
Race and Popular Culture: [Topic]
Women of Color: Issues and Concerns
Native Americans and the Environment
Social Equity and Criminal Justice
Race and Ethnicity and the Law: [Topic]
History of Native American Education
Geography
North American Historical Landscapes
History
History of Women in the United States I
History of Women in the United States II
US Military History
The United States in the 1960s
American Business History
Vietnam War and the United States
Advanced Women's History: [Topic]
Race and Ethnicity in the American West
Colonial American History
Revolutionary America
19th-Century United States: [Topic]
American Economic History: [Topic]
The Pacific Northwest
American Indian History: [Topic]
African American History to 1877: [Topic]
African American History since 1877: [Topic]
American Environmental History: [Topic]
Journalism
US Film Industry
Issues in Communication Studies: [Topic]
Music
Hip-Hop Music: History, Culture, Aesthetics
Philosophy
American Philosophy: [Topic]
Native American Philosophy
Political Science
States' Rights (and Wrongs)
United States Political Thought
United States Foreign Policy I
Terrorism and Weapons Proliferation
Political Power, Influence, and Control
Mass Media and American Politics
Politics and Film
Democratic Dilemmas
Political Parties and Elections
Music and Politics
United States Social Movements and Political Change
Marxism and Radical Thought
Racial Politics in the United States
LGBT Rights in the Courts
The United States Presidency
U.S. Interventions in Developing Nations
United States Supreme Court
United States Political Economy
Sociology
American Society
Marxist Sociological Theory
Spanish
United States Latino Literature and Culture
National Identities and Border Cultures in the Americas
19th-Century Spanish American Literature: [Topic]
Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
Women and Gender in American History
Feminist Perspectives: Identity, Race, Culture
Total Credits16