2022-2023 International Perspective Courses

International Perspectives Requirement

The following 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

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A B E 388 Sustainable Engineering and International Development. Cr. 3.
A B E 495 Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering Department Study Abroad Preparation or Follow-up. Cr. 1-2.
A B E 496 Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering Department Study Abroad. Cr. 1-4.

A ECL 455 International Wildlife Issues. Cr. 3.

A M D 354 History of European and North American Dress. Cr. 3. 
A M D 354H Honors History of European and North American Dress. Cr. 3.
A M D 362 Cultural Perspectives of Dress. Cr. 3. 
A M D 372 Sourcing and Global Issues. Cr. 3. 
A M D 372H Honors Sourcing and Global Issues. Cr. 3. 
A M D 572 Sourcing and Global Issues. Cr. 3. 

A TR 549A Athletic Training Clinical Education Study Abroad: Preparing for the Experience. Cr. 1. 
A TR 549B Athletic Training Clinical Education Study Abroad. Cr. 2. 

AESHM 381D International Field Study: Hospitality Management. Cr. 1-3. 
AESHM 381F International Field Study: Event Management. Cr. 1-3. 
AESHM 381N International Field Study: Apparel, Merchandising, and Design. Cr. 1-3. 
AESHM 421 Developing Global Leadership:  Maximizing Human Potential. Cr. 3. 
AESHM 581D International Field Study: Hospitality Management. Cr. 1-3. 
AESHM 581FInternational Field Study: Event Management. Cr. 1-3. 
AESHM 581N International Field Study: Apparel, Merchandising, and Design. Cr. 1-3. 

AF AM 310 Africa to 1880. Cr. 3. 
AF AM 311 Africa Under Colonial Rule. Cr. 3. 
AF AM 325 Peoples and Cultures of Africa. Cr. 3.
AF AM 355X Understanding Sub-Saharan Africa. Cr.3

AFAS 442 Preparation for Active Duty. Cr. 3. 

AGEDS 461 Technology Transfer and the Role of Agricultural and Extension Education. Cr. 3. 

AGEDS 496A International. Cr. 1-3. 
AGEDS 561 Technology Transfer and the Role of Agricultural and Extension Education. Cr. 3. 

AGRON 140 Climate and Society. Cr. 3. 
AGRON 160 Water Resources of the World. Cr. 3. 
AGRON 180 Global Agriculture in a Changing World. Cr. 3. 
AGRON 342 World Food Issues: Past and Present. Cr. 3. 
AGRON 342H Honors World Food Issues: Past and Present. Cr. 3. 
AGRON 406 World Climates. Cr. 3. 
AGRON 496A International Tour. Cr. arr.

AN S 441 International Animal Agriculture. Cr. 3. 

AN S 496A Agricultural Travel Course: International Tour. Cr. arr.

ANTHR 201 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology. Cr. 3. 
ANTHR 220 Global Sustainability. Cr. 3. 
ANTHR 230 Globalization and the Human Condition. Cr. 3. 
ANTHR 306 Cultural Anthropology. Cr. 3. 
ANTHR 309 Introduction to Culture and Language. Cr. 3. 
ANTHR 313 Kinship and Marriage  in a Global Perspective. Cr. 3.
ANTHR 323A Latin American Anthropology: Violence and Memory. Cr. 3. 
ANTHR 323B Latin American Anthropology: Social movements and Democracy. Cr. 3. 
ANTHR 323C Latin American Anthropology: Race, Class and Gender. Cr. 3. 
ANTHR 323D Latin American Anthropology: Regional Focus. Cr. 3. 
ANTHR 325 Peoples and Cultures of Africa. Cr. 3.
ANTHR 335 Peoples and Cultures of the Middle East Cr. 3
ANTHR 336 Global Development. Cr. 3. 
ANTHR 340 Magic, Witchcraft, and Religion. Cr. 3. 
ANTHR 354 War and the Politics of Humanitarianism. Cr. 3.
ANTHR 355X Understanding Sub-Saharan Africa. Cr.3
ANTHR 369 Ancient Egypt . Cr. 3.
ANTHR 376A Classical Archeology: Bronze Age and Early Iron Age Greece. Cr. 3. 
ANTHR 376B Classical Archeology: Archaic through Hellenistic Greece (ca 700-30 BCE). Cr. 3. 
ANTHR 376C Classical Archeology: Roman Archaeology (ca 1000 BCE-400 CE). Cr. 3. 
ANTHR 411 Anthropology for Global Professionals. Cr. 3. 
ANTHR 418 Global Culture, Consumption and Modernity. Cr. 3. 
ANTHR 444 Sex and Gender in Cross-cultural Perspective. Cr. 3. 
ANTHR 511 Applied Anthropology. Cr. 3. 
ANTHR 513 Kinship and Marriage in a Global Perspective. Cr. 3. 
ANTHR 518 Global Culture, Consumption and Modernity. Cr. 3. 
ANTHR 523A Topics in Latin American Anthropology: Violence and Memory. Cr. 3. 
ANTHR 523B Latin American Anthropology: Social movements and Democracy. Cr. 3. 
ANTHR 523C Latin American Anthropology: Race, Class and Gender. Cr. 3. 
ANTHR 523D Latin American Anthropology: Regional Focus. Cr. 3. 
ANTHR 540 Magic, Witchcraft, and Religion. Cr. 3. 
ANTHR 544 Sex and Gender in Cross-cultural Perspective. Cr. 3. 

ARABC 102 Elementary Arabic II. Cr. 4. 
ARABC 201 Intermediate Arabic I. Cr. 4. 
ARABC 202 Intermediate Arabic II. Cr. 4. 
ARABC 371X The Arabian Nights. Cr. 3.
ARABC 375 Arabic Culture. Cr. 3. 

ARCH 221 History of Architecture I. Cr. 3. 
ARCH 322 Histories and Theories of Modern Architecture. Cr. 3. 
ARCH 422 Topics in Medieval Architecture. Cr. 3. 
ARCH 423 Topics in Renaissance to Mid-Eighteenth Century Architecture. Cr. 3. 
ARCH 427 History, Theory, and Criticism of Chinese Architecture. Cr. 3.
ARCH 518X Balkans to Baltics: Modern Architecture in Europe's Middle. Cr. 3.
ARCH 525 Meaning and Form in Architecture. Cr. 3. 
ARCH 527 History, Theory, and Criticism of Chinese Architecture. Cr. 3. 
ARCH 576 Study Abroad Options. Cr. 1-12.
ARCH 597 Seminar on the Built Environment III: Theory. Cr. 3. 

ART H 280 History of Art I. Cr. 3. 
ART H 281 History of Art II. Cr. 3. 
ART H 281H History of Art II. Cr. 3. 
ART H 382 Art and Architecture of Asia. Cr. 3. 
ART H 384 Art of Islam. Cr. 3. 
ART H 384H Art of Islam. Cr. 3-4. 
ART H 491 Art History in Europe Seminar. Cr. 1. 
ART H 492 Art History in Europe. Cr. 3. 
ART H 592 Art History in Europe. Cr. 3. 

ARTGR 387 Graphic Design History/Theory/Criticism I. Cr. 3. 
ARTGR 587 Graphic Design History/Theory/Criticism I. Cr. 3. 

ARTID 355 Interior Design History/Theory/Criticism I. Cr. 3. 
ARTID 356 Interior Design History/Theory/Criticism II. Cr. 3. 
ARTID 357 Made in Italy. Cr. 2. 

ARTIS 170X Exploring the Visual Arts. Cr. 3. 
ARTIS 465 Artists, Designers and Sustainable Development . Cr. 3. 
ARTIS 466 Studio Abroad: Africa. Cr. 3. 
ARTIS 494 Integrated Studio Arts in Europe Seminar. Cr. 1. 
ARTIS 495 Integrated Studio Arts in Europe. Cr. 3. 
ARTIS 595 Integrated Studio Arts in Europe. Cr. 3. 


BIOL 394A International Field Trips in Biology: Pre-trip Seminar. Cr. 1. 
BIOL 394B International Field Trips in Biology: Field Trip to International Location. Cr. 1-3.


C E 388 Sustainable Engineering and International Development. Cr. 3. 
C E 395 Global Perspectives in Transportation. Cr. 3. 

C R P 291 World Cities and Globalization. Cr. 3. 

CH E 391 Foreign Study Orientation. Cr. 3. 
CH E 392 Foreign Study Program. Cr. 4. 

CHIN 102 Elementary Mandarin Chinese II. Cr. 4. 
CHIN 201 Intermediate Mandarin Chinese I. Cr. 4. 
CHIN 202 Intermediate Mandarin Chinese II. Cr. 4. 
CHIN 272 Introduction to Chinese Culture. Cr. 3. 
CHIN 301 Advanced Mandarin Chinese I. Cr. 3. 
CHIN 302 Advanced Mandarin Chinese II. Cr. 3. 
CHIN 304 Chinese for Global Professionals. Cr. 4. 
CHIN 370 Chinese Literature in English Translation. Cr. 3. 
CHIN 375 China Today. Cr. 3-4.
CHIN 378 Chinese Film and Society. Cr. 3. 
CHIN 403A Seminar in Chinese Language and Culture: Translating Contemporary Chinese Texts. Cr. 3. 
CHIN 403B Seminar in Chinese Language and Culture: Topics on Business and Professions. Cr. 3. 
CHIN 403C Seminar in Chinese Language and Culture: Reading Chinese Texts. Cr. 3. 

CL ST 273 Greek and Roman Mythology. Cr. 3. 
CL ST 273H Greek and Roman Mythology: Honors. Cr. 4. 
CL ST 275 The Ancient City. Cr. 3. 
CL ST 353 World Literature: Western Foundations through Renaissance. Cr. 3. 
CL ST 368 Religions of Ancient Greece and Rome. Cr. 3. 
CL ST 369 Ancient Egypt. Cr. 3. 
CL ST 372 Greek and Roman Tragedy and Comedy. Cr. 3. 
CL ST 372H Greek and Roman Tragedy and Comedy: Honors. Cr. 4. 
CL ST 373 Heroes of Greece, Rome, and Today. Cr. 3. 
CL ST 373H Heroes of Greece, Rome, and Today: Honors. Cr. 4. 
CL ST 374 Sex, Gender, and Culture in the Ancient Mediterranean World. Cr. 3. 
CL ST 376A Classical Archeology: Bronze Age and Early Iron Age Greece. Cr. 3. 
CL ST 376B Classical Archeology: Archaic through Hellenistic Greece (ca 700-30 BCE). Cr. 3. 
CL ST 376C Classical Archaeology: Roman Archaeology (ca 1000 BCE-400 CE). Cr. 3. 
CL ST 384 Roman Italy: An Introduction. Cr. 2. 
CL ST 385 Study Abroad: Roman Italy: Building the Empire. Cr. 3. 
CL ST 394 The Archaeology of Greece: An Introduction. Cr. 2. 
CL ST 395 Study Abroad: The Archaeology of Greece. Cr. 2-6. 

COMST 310 Intercultural Communication. Cr. 3. 


DANCE 270 Dance Appreciation. Cr. 3.

DSN S 304X. Global Challenges: Intro to UN Sustainable Development Goals. Cr. 3


E E 351 Analysis of Energy Systems. Cr. 3. 
E E 388 Sustainable Engineering and International Development. Cr. 3. 

ECON 320 Labor Economics. Cr. 3. 
ECON 335 The Economics of Global Agricultural Food & Bio-energy. Cr. 3. 
ECON 355 International Trade and Finance. Cr. 3. 
ECON 385 Economic Development. Cr. 3. 
ECON 387 Economies of China and India. Cr. 3. 
ECON 450X Economic Growth. Cr. 3.
ECON 455 International Trade. Cr. 3. 
ECON 457 International Finance. Cr. 3. 
ECON 496 Economics International Travel Course. Cr. 1-3. 
ECON 557 International Finance. Cr. 3. 

ENGL 353 World Literature: Western Foundations through Renaissance. Cr. 3. 
ENGL 354 World Literature: Seventeenth Century to the Present. Cr. 3. 
ENGL 370 Shakespeare. Cr. 3. 
ENGL 375 Studies in British Literature: The Restoration and 18th Century. Cr. 3. 
ENGL 376A Studies in British Literature: Romantic. Cr. 3. 
ENGL 376B Studies in British Literature: Victorian. Cr. 3. 
ENGL 389 Postcolonial Literature. Cr. 3. 
ENGL 395A Study and Travel: Literature. Cr. arr. 
ENGL 395B Study and Travel: Creative Writing. Cr. arr. 
ENGL 395C Study and Travel: Linguistics. Cr. arr. 
ENGL 395D Study and Travel: Rhetoric and Professional Communication. Cr. arr. 
ENGL 395E Study and Travel: Teacher Education. Cr. arr. 

ENGR 320 International Experience Report. Cr. 3.

ENSCI 406 World Climates. Cr. 3. 

ENT 374 Insects and Our Health. Cr. 3. 
ENT 511 Integrated Management of  Tropical Crops. Cr. 3. 

ENTSP 367 International Entrepreneurship. Cr. 3. 

ENV S 140 Cimate and Society. Cr. 3. 
ENV S 160 Water Resources of the World. Cr. 3. 
ENV S 220 Global Sustainability. Cr. 3. 
ENV S 342 World Food Issues: Past and Present. Cr. 3. 
ENV S 342H World Food Issues: Past and Present, Honors. Cr. 3. 
ENV S 345 Population and Society. Cr. 3. 
ENV S 384 Religion and Ecology. Cr. 3. 



FRNCH 102 Elementary French II. Cr. 4.
FRNCH 201 Intermediate French I. Cr. 4. 
FRNCH 202 Intermediate French II. Cr. 4. 
FRNCH 301 French Writing and Grammar. Cr. 3. 
FRNCH 302 Reading and Writing French. Cr. 3. 
FRNCH 304 French for Global Professionals. Cr. 3. 
FRNCH 305 French Conversation. Cr. 3. 
FRNCH 320 France Today. Cr. 3. 
FRNCH 326 Studies in French or Francophone Film. Cr. 3. 
FRNCH 340 Studies in French or Francophone Literature. Cr. 3. 
FRNCH 370 French Studies in English. Cr. 3-4. 
FRNCH 370F Studies in English Translation: French Topics on Women and Gender Studies. Cr. 3. 
FRNCH 375 Francophone Studies in English Cr. 3-4.
FRNCH 378 French Film Studies in English. Cr. 3-4. 
FRNCH 395X Study Abroad. Cr. 1-10.
FRNCH 476 French Civilization Seminar in English. Cr. 3-4. 

FS HN 342 World Food Issues: Past and Present. Cr. 3. 
FS HN 496A Food Science and Human Nutrition Travel Course: International travel. Cr. 1-4. 
FS HN 596A Food Science and Human Nutrition Travel Course: International travel. Cr. 1-4. 


GEOL 140 Climate and Society. Cr. 3. 
GEOL 160 Water Resources of the World. Cr. 3. 

GER 102 Elementary German II. Cr. 4. 
GER 201 Intermediate German I. Cr. 4. 
GER 202 Intermediate German II. Cr. 4. 
GER 301 Reading: Problems of the Early Twentieth Century. Cr. 3. 
GER 302 Composition. Cr. 3. 
GER 304 German for Global Professionals. Cr. 3. 
GER 305 Conversation: The City in Contemporary Europe. Cr. 3. 
GER 320 Germany Today. Cr. 3. 
GER 330 German Literature and Culture. Cr. 3. 
GER 370 German Studies in English. Cr. 3-4. 
GER 370G Studies in English Translation: German Topics on Women or Feminism. Cr. 3-4. 
GER 371 The Holocaust in Text, Image, and Memory. Cr. 3-4. 
GER 375 Grimms' Tales. Cr. 3-4. 
GER 378 German Film and Media Studies. Cr. 3-4. 
GER 395 Study Abroad. Cr. 1-10. 
GER 476 Topics in German Cultural Studies. Cr 3-4. 

GLOBE 120 Geography of Global Resource Systems. Cr. 3. 
GLOBE 220 Global Sustainability. Cr. 3. 
GLOBE 321 Internship-Global. Cr. 3-6. 
GLOBE 335 The Economics of Global Agricultural Food & Bio-energy. Cr. 3. 
GLOBE 360 Global Health. Cr. 3. 
GLOBE 385 Economic Development. Cr. 3. 
GLOBE 441 International Animal Agriculture. Cr. 3. 
GLOBE 494A Service Learning: International. Cr. arr. 
GLOBE 496 Global Resource Systems Study Abroad. Cr. 2-4. 
GLOBE 497 Deans Global Ag and Food Leadership Program. Cr. 1-4. 


 

HIST 201 Introduction to Western Civilization I. Cr. 3. 

HIST 202 Introduction to Western Civilization II. Cr. 3. 
HIST 207 Chinese Civilization. Cr. 3. 
HIST 211 Ancient Empires: From Sargon to Caesar. Cr. 3. 
HIST 255 Introduction to World History, 1500-Present. Cr. 3. 
HIST 280 Introduction to History of Science I. Cr. 3. 
HIST 281 Introduction to History of Science II. Cr. 3. 
HIST 284 Wonders of the World, Global History of Innovation. Cr. 3. 
HIST 310 Africa to 1880. Cr. 3. 
HIST 311 Africa Under Colonial Rule. Cr. 3. 
HIST 327 History of the British Empire. Cr. 3. 
HIST 336 History of Modern China I. Cr. 3. 
HIST 337 History of Modern China II. Cr. 3. 
HIST 338 Modern Japanese History. Cr. 3. 
HIST 339X US-Asian Relations. Cr. 3.
HIST 341 History of Latin America II. Cr. 3. 
HIST 374 Sex, Gender, and Culture in the Ancient Mediterranean World. Cr. 3. 
HIST 383 Technology, Public Science, and European Culture, 1715-Present. Cr. 3. 
HIST 384 Roman Italy: An Introduction. Cr. 2. 
HIST 385 Study Abroad: Roman Italy: Building the Empire. Cr. 3. 
HIST 389 American Military History. Cr. 3. 
HIST 390 World Military History. Cr. 3. 
HIST 410 The Holocaust in History. Cr. 3. 
HIST 421 History of Russia I. Cr. 3. 
HIST 422 History of Russia II. Cr. 3. 
HIST 431 Modern England. Cr. 3. 
HIST 435 History of the Modern Middle East. Cr. 3. 
HIST 442 Rebellions and Revolutions in Latin America. Cr. 3. 

Honors Seminars approved by semester

HON 321A Art and Science of PEACE. Cr. 1.  
HON 321G Topics on Islam: Conversations with a Muslim. Cr. 1.
HON 321N Geoengineering. Cr. 2.
HON 321W Impact Your World: Teaming Together to Research Global Challenges. Cr. 2.
HON 321Y Public Health & Health Campaigns. Cr. 1.
HON 323E Conflicts in the Middle East. Cr. 1.
HON 323F Everything You Want to Learn about the Arab World without Studying Arabic! Cr. 1.

HORT 496 Horticulture Travel Course. Cr. 1-4. 
HORT 511 Integrated Management of  Tropical Crops. Cr. 3. 

HSP M 260 Global Tourism Management. Cr. 3. 
HSP M 487 Fine Dining Management. Cr. 3. 
HSP M 587 Fine Dining Management. Cr. 3. 


INTST 235 Introduction to International Studies. Cr. 3. 
INTST 250X The World’s Regions in a Global Context. Cr. 3. 
INTST 295 International Experience Abroad. Cr. 1-8.
INTST 350 Topics in International Studies. Cr. 2-4.
INTST 430 Seminar in International Studies. Cr. 3. 


JL MC 474 Communication Technology and Social Change. Cr. 3. 

JL MC 476 World Communication Systems. Cr. 3. 
JL MC 574 Communication Technologies and Social Change. Cr. 3. 
JL MC 576 World Communication Systems. Cr. 3. 


KIN 381A Study Abroad Experience in Kinesiology: Preparing for the Experience. Cr. 1. 
KIN 381B Study Abroad Experience in Kinesiology. Cr. 2. 


L A 373 Gardens and Landscapes from Antiquity to 1750. Cr. 3. 

LAS 291C Service Learning: International Perspectives Project. Cr. 1-4. 
LAS 491C Service Learning: International Perspectives Project. Cr. 1-4. 

LATIN 102 Elementary Latin II. Cr. 3. 

LD ST 291C Leading Through Service Learning: International Perspectives. Cr. 1-4. 
LD ST 360 Cultural Competency and Global Leadership. Cr. 3. 

LING 119 Introduction to World Languages. Cr. 3. 
LING 309 Introduction to Culture and Language. Cr. 3. 
LING 351 Introduction to Spanish/English Translation. Cr. 3. 
LING 352 Introduction to Spanish Phonology. Cr. 3. 
LING 354 Introduction to Spanish-English Interpretation. Cr. 3. 
LING 395 Study Abroad. Cr. 3. 
LING 463 Hispanic Dialectology. Cr. 3. 
LING 554 Introduction to Spanish-English Interpretation. Cr. 3. 



M E 220 Global Sustainability. Cr. 3. 
M E 402 Field Engineering: Human Centered Design Concepts. Cr. 3. 
M E 484 Technology, Globalization and Culture. Cr. 3. 
M E 584 Technology, Globalization and Culture. Cr. 3. 

MAT E 220 Global Sustainability. Cr. 3. 
MAT E 392 Principles of Materials Science and Engineering. Cr. 3.

MICRO 360 Global Health. Cr. 3. 
MICRO 374 Insects and Our Health. Cr. 3. 

MKT 484 Technology, Globalization and Culture. Cr. 3. 
MKT 584 Technology, Globalization and Culture. Cr. 3.

MTEOR 140 Climate and Society. Cr. 3. 
MTEOR 160 Water Resources of the World. Cr. 3. 
MTEOR 406 World Climates. Cr. 3. 

MUSIC 102 Introduction to Music Listening. Cr. 3. 
MUSIC 383 History of Music I. Cr. 3. 
MUSIC 384 History of Music II. Cr. 3. 



NREM 471 Agroforestry Systems; Local and Global Perspectives. Cr. 3. 
NREM 496A Travel Course: International. Cr. 1-5.
NREM 571 Agroforestry Systems. Cr. 3.



PL P 511 Integrated Management of  Tropical Crops. Cr. 3. 

PHIL 353 Buddhism. Cr. 3. 

POL S 121 Introduction to International Politics. Cr. 3.
POL S 125 Introduction to Comparative Government and Politics. Cr. 3. 
POL S 315 Special Topics in International Relations. Cr. 2. 
POL S 338X Dictatorship. Cr. 3. 
POL S 340 Politics of Developing Areas. Cr. 3. 
POL S 342 Chinese Politics. Cr. 3. 
POL S 343 Latin American Government and Politics. Cr. 3. 
POL S 346 European Politics. Cr. 3. 
POL S 348 British Government and Politics. Cr. 3. 
POL S 349 Politics of Russia and the Soviet Successor States. Cr. 3. 
POL S 350 Politics of the Middle East. Cr. 3. 
POL S 354 War and the Politics of Humanitarianism. Cr. 3. 
POL S 355 War and Politics. Cr. 3. 
POL S 379X Chinese Foreign Policy. Cr. 3. 
POL S 397 International Study and Travel. Cr. arr.
POL S 452 Comparative Foreign Policy. Cr. 3.
POL S 552 Comparative Foreign Policy. Cr. 3.

PORT 102 Elementary Portuguese II. Cr. 4.
PORT 112 Elementary Portuguese, Accelerated II. Cr. 3.
PORT 375 Brazil Today. Cr. 3.

PSYCH 488 Cultural Psychology. Cr. 3.


RELIG 205 Introduction to World Religions. Cr. 3. 
RELIG 242 History of Christianity: Beginnings to the Reformation. Cr. 3. 
RELIG 340 Magic, Witchcraft, and Religion. Cr. 3. 
RELIG 349 Cognitive Science of Religion. Cr. 3. 
RELIG 352 Religious Traditions of India. Cr. 3. 
RELIG 353 Buddhism. Cr. 3. 
RELIG 358 Introduction to Islam. Cr. 3. 
RELIG 359 Quran. Cr. 3. 
RELIG 368 Religions of Ancient Greece and Rome. Cr. 3. 
RELIG 384 Religion and Ecology. Cr. 3. 
RELIG 540 Magic, Witchcraft, and Religion. Cr. 3. 

RUS 102 Elementary Russian II. Cr. 4. 
RUS 201 Intermediate Russian I. Cr. 4. 
RUS 202 Intermediate Russian II. Cr. 4. 
RUS 301 Composition and Conversation. Cr. 3. 
RUS 304 Russian for Global Professionals. Cr. 3. 
RUS 314 Reading Russian Literary and Cultural Texts. Cr. 3. 
RUS 370A Russian Studies in English Translation: Topics in Russian Literature. Cr. 3. 
RUS 370B Russian Studies in English Translation: Russian Fairy Tales. Cr. 3. 
RUS 370R Studies in English Translation: Russian Topics on Women or Feminism. Cr. 3. 
RUS 375 Russia Today. Cr. 3. 
RUS 378 Russian Film Studies in English. Cr. 3. 
RUS 395 Study Abroad. Cr. 1-6.



SOC 220 Global Sustainability. Cr. 3. 
SOC 345 Population and Society. Cr. 3. 
SOC 348 Global Poverty, Resources and Sustainable Development. Cr. 3.
SOC 411 Social Change in Developing Countries. Cr. 3. 

SPAN 102 Elementary Spanish II. Cr. 4. 
SPAN 195 Study Abroad. Cr. 3. 
SPAN 201 Intermediate Spanish I. Cr. 4. 
y Abroad. Cr. 3. 
SAN 297 Intensive Intermediate Spanish. Cr. 4. 
SPAN 302AX Mini-Modules for Global Professionals: Tourism and Hospitality. Cr. 1.
SPAN 302BX. Mini-Modules for Global Professionals: Health and Medicine. Cr. 1.
SPAN 302CX. Mini-Modules for Global Professionals: Criminal Justice and the Law. Cr. 1.
SPAN 303A Spanish Grammar and Conversation: Conversation through Cultue. Cr. 3. 
SPAN 303B Spanish Grammar and Conversation: Conversation for Professionals. Cr. 3. 
SPAN 304 Spanish for Global Professionals. Cr. 3. 
SPAN 314 Introduction to Reading Hispanic Texts. Cr. 3. 
SPAN 321 Spanish Civilization. Cr. 3. 
SPAN 322 Latin American Civilization. Cr. 3. 
SPAN 323 Spain Today. Cr. 3. 
SPAN 324 Latin America Today. Cr. 3. 
SPAN 326 Studies in Hispanic Art or Film. Cr. 3. 
SPAN 330 Studies in Spanish Literature to 1700. Cr. 3. 
SPAN 332 Studies in Latin American Literature from Pre-Columbian Times through the Nineteenth Century. Cr. 3. 
SPAN 351 Introduction to Spanish-English Translation. Cr. 3. 
SPAN 352 Introduction to Spanish Phonology. Cr. 3. 
SPAN 354 Introduction to Spanish-English Interpretation. Cr. 3. 
SPAN 370S Studies in English Translation: Hispanic Topics on Women or Feminism. Cr. 3. 
SPAN 378 Hispanic Film Studies in English. Cr. 3. 
SPAN 395 Study Abroad. Cr. 1-10.
SPAN 401 Advanced Composition and Grammar. Cr. 3. 
SPAN 440 Seminar on the Literatures and Cultures of Spain. Cr. 3. 
SPAN 441 Seminar on Cervantes and the Golden Age. Cr. 3. 
SPAN 445 Seminar on the Literatures and Cultures of Latin America. Cr. 3. 
SPAN 463 Hispanic Dialectology. Cr. 3. 
SPAN 526 Studies in Hispanic Art or Film. Cr. 3. 
SPAN 554 Introduction to Spanish-English Interpretation. Cr. 3.

SUSAG 571 Agroforestry Systems. Cr. 3. 



TSM 495 Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering Department Study Abroad Preparation or Follow-up. Cr. 1-2.
TSM 496 Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering Department Study Abroad. Cr. 1-4.



US LS 323A Latin American Anthropology: Violence and Memory. Cr. 3. 
US LS 323B Latin American Anthropology: Social movements and Democracy. Cr. 3. 
US LS 323C Latin American Anthropology: Race, Class, and Gender. Cr. 3. 
US LS 323D Latin American Anthropology: Regional Focus. Cr. 3. 
US LS 343 Latin American Government and Politics. Cr. 3. 
US LS 351 Introduction to Spanish-English Translation. Cr. 3. 



V MPM 360 Global Health. Cr. 3. 



W F S 278 Introduction to Global Film. Cr. 3. 

WGS 301 International Perspectives on Women and Gender. Cr. 3. 
WGS 370F Studies in English Translation: French Topics on Women and Gender Studies. Cr. 3.
WGS 370G Studies in English Translation: German Topics on Women or Feminism. Cr. 3-4.
WGS 370R Studies in English Translation: Russian Topics on Women or Feminism. Cr. 3.
WGS 370S Studies in English Translation: Hispanic Topics on Women or Feminism. Cr. 3.
WGS 374 Sex, Gender, and Culture in the Ancient Mediterranean World. Cr. 3.
WGS 444 Sex and Gender in Cross-cultural Perspective. Cr. 3.
WGS 544 Sex and Gender in Cross-cultural Perspective. Cr. 3.

WLC 119 Introduction to World Languages WLC 270 Cultures in Transition. Cr. 3. 
WLC 205 Introduction to World Religions. Cr. 3.
WLC 270 Cultures in Transition . Cr. 3.
WLC 352 Religious Traditions of India. Cr. 3. 
WLC 353 Buddhism. Cr. 3. 
WLC 358 Introduction to Islam. Cr. 3. 
WLC 359 The Quran. Cr. 3.
WLC 370A Topics in World Languages and Cultures in English Translation: Global Sustainability. Cr. 3. 
WLC 370B Topics in World Languages and Cultures in English Translation: Middle East. Cr. 3. 
WLC 370C Topics in World Languages and Cultures in English Translation: Global Urban Cultures. Cr. 3. 
WLC 371X The Arabian Nights. Cr. 3.
WLC 484 Technology, Globalization and Culture. Cr. 3. 
WLC 584 Technology, Globalization and Culture. Cr. 3. 


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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