International Perspective Courses

The following list of courses from the current catalog are approved for the International Perspectives Requirement. See the note on the Schedule of Classes to verify a course will be applied to the International Perspectives requirement on your degree audit.

See Archive list for a comprehensive listing of courses approved since 1996

(3 credits, except where noted)

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A E 388 (C E 388, E E 388, MAT E 388, M E 388) Sustainable Engineering and International Development
A E 496 (BSE) Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering Travel Course Cr. 1-4

A ECL 455 International Wildlife Issues

AESHM 381 International Field Study
AESHM 421 Global Leadership: Maximizing Human Potential

AF AM 310X (HIST 310X) Africa Under Colonial Rule
AF AM 340X Global African Diasporas

AFAS 442. National Security Affairs & Preparation for Active Duty II.

AGEDS 496A Agricultural Travel Course
AGEDS 461X/561 Technology Transfer and the Role of Agricultural and Extension Education

AGRON 160 (ENV S, GEOL, MTEOR) Water Resources of the World
AGRON 342 (Env S 342, FS HN 342, T SC 342) World Food Issues: Past and Present
AGRON 342H World Food Issues: Past and Present
AGRON 406 (EnSci 406, Mteor 406) World Climates
AGRON 446 (Globe 446, IntSt 446) International Issues and Challenges in Sustainable Development
AGRON 450 (Env S 450) Issues in Sustainable Agriculture
AGRON 496A (An S 496A) Agricultural Travel Course (0.5 cr./week traveled)

AM IN 323 (Anthr 323) Peoples and Cultures of Latin America

AN S 441X (Globe 441X) International Animal Agriculture
AN S 496A (Agron 496A) Agricultural Travel Course (0.5 cr./week traveled)

ANTHR 201 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
ANTHR 220 (Env S, Globe, M E, Mat E, Soc, T SC) Globalization and Sustainability
ANTHR 230 Globalization and the Human Condition
ANTHR 306 Cultural Anthropology
ANTHR 309 (Ling 309) Linguistic Anthropology
ANTHR 313/513 The Family and Kinship in Cross-Cultural Perspectives
ANTHR 323/523 (Am In 323) Peoples and Cultures of Latin America
ANTHR 336 Global Development
ANTHR 340/540 (Relig 340) Magic, Witchcraft, and Religion
ANTHR 376 (Cl St, Relig) Classical Archeology
ANTHR 354X/Pol S 354X War and Politics
ANTHR 411/511 Cultural Change and Applied Anthropology
ANTHR 418/518 Global Culture Consumption, and Modernity
ANTHR 444/544 (W S 444/544) Sex and Gender in Cross-Cultural Perspective

ARABC 102 Elementary Arabic II
ARABC 201 Intermediate Arabic I
ARABC 202X Intermediate Arabic II

ARCH 221 (Dsn S 221) History of Western Architecture I
ARCH 222 (Dsn S 222) History of Western Architecture II
ARCH 402 Architectural Design VI (6 cr.)
ARCH 422 Topics in Medieval Architecture
ARCH 423 Topics in Renaissance to Mid-18th Century Architecture
ARCH 427/527 History, Theory, and Criticism of Chinese Architecture
ARCH 519 (C R P 519) Middle Eastern Cities: their history and contemporary polemics
ARCH 576 Study Abroad Options
ARCH 597 Seminar on the Built Environment III: Theory

ART 494 Art and Design in Europe Seminar
ART 495/595 Art and Design in Europe

ART H 280/281 (Dsn S 280/281) History of Art I and II
ART H 382/582 (Dsn S 382/582) Art and Architecture of Asia
ART H 384 Art of Islam
ART H 481/581 (Dsn S 481/581) Art and Architecture of India

ARTID 357 Made in Italy

ARTIS 362X Artists, Designers and Sustainable Development
ARTIS 363X Studio Abroad: Ghana


BIOL 394 International Field Trips in Biology

BSE 496 (A E) Agricultural & Biosystems Engineering Travel Course Cr. 1-4

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C E 388 (A E 388, E E 388, MAT E 388, M E 388) Sustainable Engineering and International Development

C R P 291 (Dsn S 291) World Cities and Globalization
C R P 519 (Arch 519) Middle Eastern Cities

CH E 391Foreign Study Orientation (1 or 2 cr.)
CH E 392 Foreign Study Program (4 cr.)

CHIN 102 Elementary Mandarin Chinese II
CHIN 201 Intermediate Mandarin Chinese I
CHIN 202 Intermediate Mandarin Chinese II
CHIN 272 Introduction to Chinese Culture
CHIN 301 Advanced Chinese Readings
CHIN 302 Advanced Chinese Readings II
CHIN 304 Chinese for Business and Professions
CHIN 370 Chinese Literature in English Translation
CHIN 375 China Today
CHIN 403 Reading Chinese Texts (3 credits)

CL ST 273 Greek and Roman Mythology
CL ST 275 The Ancient City
CL ST 275H The Ancient City (4 credits)
CL ST 353 (Engl 353) World Literature: Western Foundations through Renaissance
CL ST 372 Greek and Roman Drama
CL ST 373 Greek and Roman Epci
CL ST 374 (Hist, W S) Women in the Ancient Mediterranean World
CL ST 376 (Anthr, Relig) Classical Archaeology
CL ST 384X Roman Italy: An Introduction. Cr. 2
CL ST 385X Roman Italy: Building the Empire
CL ST 394 The Archaeology of Greece: An Introduction
CL ST 395 Study Abroad: The Archaeology of Greece

COMST 310 Intercultural Communication


DSN S 221 (Arch 221) History of Western Architecture I
DSN S 222 (Arch 222) History of Western Architecture II
DSN S 280/281 (Art H 280/281) History of Art I and II
DSN S 291 (C R P 291) World Cities and Globalization
DSN S 373 (L A 373) Landscape Architectural History: Prehistory to 1800
DSN S 382/582 (Art H 382) Art and Architecture of Asia
DSN S 481/581 (Art H 481) Art and Architecture of India


E E 351 Introduction to Energy Systems

E E 388 (A E 388, C E 388, MAT E 388, M E 388) Sustainable Engineering and International Development

ECON 320 Labor Economics
ECON 335X (Globe 335X) The Economics of Global Agricultural Food and Bio-energy
ECON 355 International Trade and Finance
ECON 370 Comparative Capitalism and Economic Transitions
ECON 385 (Globe 385) Economic Development
ECON 387X Economies of China and India
ECON 455 International Trade(4 cr)
ECON 457 International Finance
ECON 496 Economics Travel Course (1-3 credits each time taken.)

ENGL 353 (Cl St 353) World Literature: Western Foundations through Renaissance
ENGL 354 World Literature Seventeenth through Present
ENGL 370 Shakespeare
ENGL 374 British Literature: The Renaissance
ENGL 375 British Literature: The Restoration and 18th Century
ENGL 376 Studies in British Literature: Romantic and Victorian
ENGL 389 Postcolonial Literatures
ENGL 395 Study and Travel

ENGR 320 International Experience Report

ENSCI 406 (Agron 406, Mteor 406) World Climates

ENT 374 (Micro 374) Insects and our Health
ENT 511 (Hort 511, Pl P 511) Integrated Management of Tropical Crops

ENV S 160 (AGRON, GEOL, MTEOR) Water Resources of the World
ENV S 220 (Anthr, Globe, Soc, T SC, M E, Mat E) Globalization and Sustainability
ENV S 342 (Agron 342, FS HN 342, T SC 342) World Food Issues: Past and Present
ENV S 345 (Soc 345) Population and Society
ENV S 384 (Relig 384) Religion and Ecology
ENV S 450 (Agron 450) Issues in Sustainable Agriculture

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FCEDS 521 International Perspectives of Family and Consumer Sciences

FRNCH 102 Elementary French II (4 cr.)
FRNCH 201 Intermediate French I (4 cr.)
FRNCH 202 Intermediate French II (4 cr.)
FRNCH 301 Reading and Writing French
FRNCH 304 French for Business and Professions
FRNCH 320 France Today
FRNCH 370 French Studies in English
FRNCH 378 French Film Studies
FRNCH 395 Study Abroad (1-10 cr.)

FS HN 342 (Agron 342, Env S 342, T SC 342) World Food Issues: Past and Present
FS HN 342H World Food Issues: Past and Present
FS HN 496A/596A FS HN Travel Course


GEOL 160 (AGRON, ENV S, MTEOR) Water Resources of the World

GER 102 Elementary German II (4 cr.)
GER 201 Intermediate German I (4 cr.)
GER 202 Intermediate German II (4 cr.)
GER 301 Reading
GER 302 Composition
GER 304 German for Business and Professions
GER 305 Conversation
GER 320 Germany Today
GER 330 Introduction to German Literature
GER 370 German Studies in English
GER 371 The Holocaust in Text, Image, and Memory (3-4 cr.)
GER 375 Grimm's Tales
GER 378 German Film and Media Studies (3-4 cr.)
GER 395 Study Abroad (1-10 cr.)
GER 476 Topics in German Cultural Studies (3-4 cr.)

GLOBE 120X Geography of Global Resource Systems
GLOBE 220 (Anthr, Env S, M E, Mat E, Soc, T SC) Globalization and Sustainability
GLOBE 335X (Econ 335X) The Economics of Global Agricultural Food and Bio-energy
GLOBE 360X (SOC 360X) Globalization and Development
GLOBE 385 (Econ 385) Economic Development
GLOBE 441X (An S 441X) International Animal Agriculture
GLOBE 446 (Agron 446, IntSt 446) International Issues and Challenges in Sustainable Development
GLOBE 497 Dean's Global Ag & Food Leadership Program

GREEK 102 Elementary Ancient Greek II (4 cr.)
GREEK 201 Intermediate Classical Greek (4 cr.)
GREEK 332 Introduction to Classical Greek Literature
GREEK 441 Advanced Readings in Greek Literature
GREEK 442 Advanced Topics in Greek Literature


H CI 482 Dean's International Leadership Seminar

HD FS 575 Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Families and Children

HIST 201 Introduction to Western Civilization I
HIST 202 Introduction to Western Civilization II
HIST 207 Chinese Civilization
HIST 280 (M E 280) Introduction to History of Science I
HIST 281 (M E 281) Introduction to History of Science II
HIST 284 Wonders of the World, Ancient to Early Modern
HIST 310X Africa to 1880
HIST 311X (AF AM 311X) Africa Under Colonial Rule
HIST 323 (Relig 323) Science and Religion
HIST 336 History of Modern China I
HIST 337 History of Modern China II
HIST 338 Modern Japanese History
HIST 339 U.S.-Asian Relations
HIST 341 History of Latin America II
HIST 374 (Cl St 374, W S 374) Women in the Ancient Mediterranean
HIST 383 Technology, Public Science, and European Culture 1715-present
HIST 389 American Military History
HIST 390 World Military History
HIST 421 History of Russia I
HIST 422 History of Russia II

HORT 496 Horticulture Travel Course
HORT 511 (Ent 511, Pl P 511) Integrated Management of Tropical Crops

HRI 260 Global Tourism Management
HRI 487/587 Fine Dining Management (2-3 cr.)

Honors Seminars approved by semester


IND D 495. Study Abroad Option. (6 cr.)

INTST 235 Introduction to International Studies
INTST 295X International Experience Abroad (1- 8 cr.)

INTST 350 Special topics in international studies
INTST 430 Seminar in International Studies
INTST 446 (Globe 446, Agron 446) International Issues and Challenges in Sustainable Development


Jl MC 474/574 (T SC 474/574) Communication Technology and Social Change
Jl MC 476/576 World Communication Systems

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L A 373 (Dsn S 373) Landscape Architectural History: Prehistory to 1800

LAS 385 The Holocaust
LAS 491C International Perspectives Project

LATIN 102 Elementary Latin II
LATIN 201 Intermediate Latin
LATIN 332 Intermediate Latin
LATIN 441 Advanced Readings in Latin Literature
LATIN 442 Advanced Topics in Latin Literature

LING 119 (WLC 119) Introduction to World Languages
LING 309 (Anthr 309) Linguistic Anthropology
LING 352 (Span 352) Introduction to Spanish Phonology
LING 354/554 (Span 354/554)Introduction to Spanish-English Interpretation
LING 395X Study Abroad
LING 463 (Span 463) Hispanic Dialectology


M E 220 (Anthr, Env S, Globe, Mat E, Soc, T SC) Globalization and Sustainability
M E 296X Early Engineering International Experience

M E 388 (A E 388, C E 388, E E 388) Sustainable Engineering and International Development
M E 389/Mat E 389 Applied Methods in Sustainable Engineering and International Development
M E 402X Field Engineering: Human Centered Design Concepts
M E 484/584 (WLC 484/584)Technology, Globalization, and Culture

MAT E 220 (Anthr, Env S, Globe, M E, Soc, T SC ) Globalization and Sustainability
MAT E 220 (Anthr, Env S, Globe, M E, Soc, T SC) Globalization and Sustainability
MAT E 388 (A E 388, C E 388, E E 388, M E 388) Sustainable Engineering and International Development
MAT E 389/M E 389 Applied Methods in Sustainable Engineering and International Development
MAT E 392 Principles of Materials Science and Engineering (foreign study)

MGMT 367 International Entrepreneurship

MICRO 374 (Ent 374) Insects and our Health

MTEOR 160 (AGRON, ENV S, GEOL) Water Resources of the World
MTEOR 406 (Agron 406, EnSci 406) Climate of the Continents

MUSIC 102 Introduction to Music Listening I
MUSIC 383 History of Music I
MUSIC 384 History of Music II
MUSIC 471 The Tones of Florence - A Study of Humanism


NREM 471/571 Agroforestry Systems; Local and Global Perspectives
NREM 496A Travel Course (Cr. 1-3)


Pl P 511 (Hort 511, Ent 511) Integrated Management of Tropical Crops

POL S 241 Introduction to Comparative Government and Politics
POL S 251 Introduction to International Politics
POL S 315 Minicourse in International Relations 2 cr.
POL S 342X Chinese Politics
POL S 345X Immigration Policy
POL S 347 Introduction to African Politics
POL S 349 Politics of Russian and the Soviet Succesor States
POL S 350 Politics of the Middle East
POL S 354X/Anthr 354X War and Politics
POL S 397X Study and Travel Cr. Arr.
POL S 452/552 Comparative Foreign Policy

PORT 102 Elementary Portuguese II
PORT 112 Accelerated Portuguese II
PORT 201 Intermediate Portuguese I

PSYCH 488 Cultural Psychology

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RELIG 205 Introduction to World Religions
RELIG 242 History of Christianity
RELIG 323 (Hist 323) Science and Religion
RELIG 333 Judaism
RELIG 340 (Anthr 340) Magic, Witchcraft, and Religion
RELIG 352 Religious Traditions of India
RELIG 353 Buddhism
RELIG 355 The Religious Traditions of China
RELIG 356 African Religions
RELIG 358 Introduction to Islam
RELIG 376 (Anthr, Cl St) Classical Archaeology
RELIG 384 (Env S 384) Religion and Ecology

RUS 102 Elementary Russian II
RUS 201 Intermediate Russian I
RUS 202 Intermediate Russian II
RUS 301 Composition and Conversation
RUS 304 Russian for Business and Professions
RUS 314 Reading Russian Literary and Cultural Texts
RUS 370 Russian Studies in English Translation
RUS 375 Topics in Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies
RUS 378 Russian Film Studies
RUS 395 Study Abroad (1-6 cr.)


SOC 220 (Anthr, Env S, Globe, M E, Mat E, T SC) Globalization and Sustainability
SOC 345 (Env S 345) Population and Society
SOC 348X Global Poverty, Resources and Sustainable Development
SOC 411 Social Change in Developing Countries
SOC 360X (GLOBE 360X) Globalization and Development

SPAN 102 Elementary Spanish II
SPAN 195 Study Abroad
SPAN 201 Intermediate Spanish I
SPAN 202 Intermediate Spanish II
SPAN 295 Study Abroad
SPAN 297 Intensive Intermediate Spanish - Cr. 4
SPAN 301 Spanish Grammar and Composition
SPAN 303 Spanish Grammar and Conversation
SPAN 304 Spanish for Business and Professions
SPAN 314 Introduction to Reading Hispanic Texts
SPAN 321 Spanish Civilization
SPAN 322 Latin American Civilization
SPAN 323 Spain Today
SPAN 324 Latin America Today
SPAN 326/526 Studies in Hispanic Art or Film
SPAN 330 Studies in Spanish Literature to 1700
SPAN 331 Studies in Spanish Literature from 1700 to the Present
SPAN 332 Survey of Latin American Literature from Pre-Columbian Times through the 19th Century
SPAN 333 Studies in Latin American Literature from the 20th Century to the Present
SPAN 351 Introduction to Spanish-English Translations
SPAN 352 (Ling 352) Introduction to Spanish Phonology
SPAN 354/554 (Ling 354/554)Introduction to Spanish-English Interpretation
SPAN 370 Hispanic Topics in English Translation
SPAN 395 Study Abroad (1-10 cr.)
SPAN 401 Advanced Composition and Grammar
SPAN 440 Seminar on the Literature and Cultures of Spain
SPAN 441 Seminar on Cervantes and the Golden Age
SPAN 445 Seminar on the Literatures and Cultures of Latin America
SPAN 463 (Ling 463) Hispanic Dialectology

SUSAG 571 (NREM 571) Agroforestry Systems; Local and Global Perspectives


T C 354 History of European and North American Dress
T C 362 Cultural Perspectives in Dress
T C 372/572 Sourcing and Global Issues

T SC 220 (Anthr, Env S, Globe, M E, Mat E, Soc) Globalization and Sustainability
T SC 342 (Agron 342, Env S 342, FS HN 342) World Food Issues: Past and Present
T SC 474/574 (Jl MC 474/574) Communication Technology and Social Change

THTRE 393F International Storytelling Workshop

TSM 496 Technology Travel Course


W S 301 International Perspectives on Women and Gender

W S 370 Studies in English Translation
W S 374 Women in the Ancient Mediterranean World
W S 444/544 (Anthr 444/544) Sex and Gender in Cross-cultural Perspective

WLC 119 (Ling 119) Introduction to World Languages
WLC 270 Cultures in Transition
WLC 278X Introduction to Global Film
WLC 370X Topics in World Languages and Cultures in English Translation
WLC 484/584(M E 484/584)Technology, Globalization, and Culture


In addition to the courses listed above, any course or alternative academic experience involving a stay in a foreign country of three weeks or greater duration is approved by the Faculty Senate Curriculum Committee (FSCC) for use in meeting the International Perspectives requirement. A course involving travel abroad for less than three weeks is also approved for use in meeting the requirement if it carries three or more academic credits.

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