Effective Fall 2017

Freshman
AUCCCredits
ANTH 200Cultures and the Global System (GT-SS3)3E3
CO 150College Composition (GT-CO2)1A3
GR 100Introduction to Geography (GT-SS2)3C3
Select one course from the following: 3
Asian Civilizations I (GT-HI1)3D 
Asian Civilizations II (GT-HI1)3D 
World History, Ancient-1500 (GT-HI1)3D 
World History, 1500-Present (GT-HI1)3D 
INST 200Interdisciplinary Approaches to Globalization3E3
Select one group from the following: 10
Group A:
  
First-Year Chinese I  
First-Year Chinese II  
Group B:
  
First-Year Japanese I  
First-Year Japanese II  
Select one course from the following: 3
International Relations (GT-SS1)3E 
Comparative Government and Politics (GT-SS1)3E 
Mathematics1B3
 Total Credits 31
Sophomore
 
Select one course from the following: 3
Agricultural and Resource Economics (GT-SS1)3C 
Principles of Microeconomics (GT-SS1)3C 
Principles of Macroeconomics (GT-SS1)3C 
Gender in the Economy (GT-SS1)3E 
Issues in Environmental Economics (GT-SS1)3C 
Select one group from the following: 10
Group A:
  
Second-Year Chinese I (GT-AH4)3B 
Second-Year Chinese II (GT-AH4)3B 
Group B:
  
Second-Year Japanese I (GT-AH4)3B 
Second-Year Japanese II (GT-AH4)3B 
Advanced Writing23
Arts and Humanities3B6
Biological and Physical Sciences3A7
 Total Credits 29
Junior
 
INST 301Global Commodities across the Disciplines4B3
Select one group from the following: 6
Group A:
  
Third-Year Chinese I  
Third-Year Chinese II  
Group B:
  
Third-Year Japanese I  
Third-Year Japanese II  
International Studies Major Course Selection  12
Electives 9
 Total Credits 30
Senior
 
INST 492Seminar4A,4C3
International Studies Major Course Selection  12
Electives1 15
 Total Credits 30
 Program Total Credits: 120

International Studies Major Course Selection

Students must select a minimum total of 24 credits, 18 of which must be upper-division (300- to 400-level), from at least three subject codes, from the following groups of courses. Select at least 6 credits from 1. History and Politics of Asia; at least 6 credits from 2. Thought and Cultures of Asia; and at least 3 credits from 3. International Studies. Select an additional minimum of 9 credits from among the three groups to bring the total to 24. 

Code Title AUCC Credits
1. History and Politics of Asia
Select a minimum of 6 credits from the following: 6
Asian-American History (GT-HI1) 3D
Asian-Pacific Americans and the Law
The Islamic World Since 1500 3D
Asian Civilizations I (GT-HI1) 3D
Asian Civilizations II (GT-HI1) 3D
Modern South Asia: Colonialism and Nationalism
South Asia Since Independence
Ancient China
Medieval China and Central Asia
China in the Modern World, 1600-Present
Tokugawa and Modern Japan, 1600-Present
East Asia in the Age of Empire, 1800-Present
Pacific Wars: Philippines-WWII
Pacific Wars: Korea and Vietnam
U.S.-China Relations Since 1800
Reading Seminar: East Asia
Reading Seminar: South Asia
India
Comparative Asian Politics
2. Thought and Cultures of Asia
Select a minimum of 6 credits from the following: 6
Modern Indian Culture and Society
Southeast Asian Cultures and Societies
Art of the Pacific
Asian Literature
Ethnicity and Film: Asian-American Experience
Modern Languages/Cultures: Italian and Japanese
Chinese Language, Literature, Culture in Translation (GT-AH2) 3B
Japanese Language, Literature, Culture in Translation (GT-AH2)
Contemporary Chinese Literature and the Arts
Introduction to Chinese Cinema Studies 2
Studies in Foreign Film: Asia
Introduction to Japanese Cinema Studies
Group Study-Chinese
Historical Aspects of the Language and Society
Group Study-Japanese
Religions of the East
Philosophies of East Asia
Topics in Asian Philosophy
Contemporary Eastern Religious Thought
Mysticism East and West
3. International Studies
Select a minimum of 3 credits from the following: 3
World Interdependence-Population and Food (GT-SS3) 3E
International Retailing
Historic Textiles
Introductory Cultural Anthropology (GT-SS3) 3C
Introduction to Prehistory (GT-HI1) 3D
Modernization and Development
The Anthropology of Religion
Cultural Change
Human Ecology
Art and Culture
Gender and Anthropology
Geoarchaeology
Indigenous Peoples Today
Indigenous Ecologies and the Modern World
Gender, Culture, and Health
Comparative Legal Systems
Approaches to Community-Based Development
Method in Cultural Anthropology
Gender Equity in Development
Development and Empowerment
International Development Theory and Practice
Issues in Environmental Economics (GT-SS1) 3C
International Agricultural Trade
Ag- and Resource-Based Economic Development
Travel Abroad-International Comparative Management
Contemporary Business Topics: International Business
Travel Abroad-Sustainable Building
Reading Without Borders (GT–AH2) 3E
World Drama (GT-AH2) 3E
Gender in World Literature
Literature of the Earth
Postcolonial Literature
Economics of Social Issues (GT-SS1) 3C
Principles of Microeconomics (GT-SS1) 3C
Principles of Macroeconomics (GT-SS1) 3C
Gender in the Economy (GT-SS1) 3E
International Political Economy
Comparative Economic Systems
Economics of International Trade and Policy
Economics of International Finance and Policy
Economic Development
Border Crossings: People/Politics/Culture (GT-SS3) 3E
Indigenous Women, Children, and Tribes
Global Environmental Justice Movements
International Business Finance
Foundations of Environmental Sustainability
Global Environmental Sustainability Seminar
Cultural Geography
Urban Geography
The Geography of Commodities
Science and Technology in Modern History
Modern Jewish History
World Environmental History, 1500-Present
History of Antarctica, 1800-Present
Globalization: Exploring Our Global Village (GT-SS3) 3E
World Interdependence - Current Global Issues
Global Studies
Model United Nations 3E
International Social Welfare and Development
Women and Development
Children and Youth in Global Context
Education for Global Peace
Internship 3
Independent Study 3
International Mass Communication
World Literatures to 1500 (GT-AH2) 3E
World Literatures-The Modern Period (GT-AH2) 3E
International Business Management
International Marketing
Introduction to Music History and Literature (GT-AH1) 3B
International Issues-Recreation and Tourism
World Philosophies (GT-AH3) 3E
Ethics of Sustainability
Topics in Comparative Religions
Current World Problems (GT-SS1) 3E
International Relations (GT-SS1) 3E
Comparative Government and Politics (GT-SS1) 3E
Global Environmental Politics
International Law
International Organization
United States Foreign Policy
Comparative Foreign Policy
International Security
Environmental Politics in Developing World
Comparative Social Movements
Comparative Racial/Ethnic Politics
Globalization, Sustainability, and Justice
Social Problems (GT-SS3) 3C
Global Environmental Issues (GT-SS3) 3E
Population-Natural Resources and Environment
Introduction to Environmental Justice
Sociology of Environmental Governance
Agriculture and Global Society
Comparative Urban Studies
Travel Abroad: Comparative Criminal Justice 4
Travel Abroad: Crime and Deviance 4
Intercultural Communication
1

Select enough elective credits to bring the program total to a minimum of 120 credits, of which at least 42 credits must be upper-division (300- to 400-level).

2

 Credit allowed for only one of the following: LCHI 365, LGEN 465B, LJPN 365.

3

 Maximum 3 credits.

4

To count toward the International Studies Major Course Selection, travel abroad must be to a country or area covered by this concentration.

Freshman
Semester 1CriticalRecommendedAUCCCredits
ANTH 200Cultures and the Global System (GT-SS3)  3E3
CO 150College Composition (GT-CO2)  1A3
GR 100Introduction to Geography (GT-SS2)X 3C3
Select one course from the following:   5
First-Year Chinese I    
First-Year Japanese I    
 Total Credits   14
Semester 2CriticalRecommendedAUCCCredits
Select one course from the following:   3
Asian Civilizations I (GT-HI1)  3D 
Asian Civilizations II (GT-HI1)  3D 
World History, Ancient-1500 (GT-HI1)  3D 
World History, 1500-Present (GT-HI1)  3D 
INST 200Interdisciplinary Approaches to Globalization  3E3
Select one course from the following:   5
First-Year Chinese II    
First-Year Japanese II    
Select one course from the following:   3
International Relations (GT-SS1)  3E 
Comparative Government and Politics (GT-SS1)  3E 
Mathematics  1B3
CO 150 must be completed by the end of Semester 2.X   
 Total Credits   17
Sophomore
Semester 3CriticalRecommendedAUCCCredits
Select one course from the following:   3
Agricultural and Resource Economics (GT-SS1)  3C 
Principles of Microeconomics (GT-SS1)  3C 
Principles of Macroeconomics (GT-SS1)  3C 
Gender in the Economy (GT-SS1)  3E 
Issues in Environmental Economics (GT-SS1)  3C 
Select one course from the following:   5
Second-Year Chinese I (GT-AH4)  3B 
Second-Year Japanese I (GT-AH4)  3B 
Arts and Humanities  3B3
Biological and Physical Sciences  3A3
LCHI 100 or LJPN 100 must be completed by the end of Semester 3.X   
 Total Credits   14
Semester 4CriticalRecommendedAUCCCredits
Select one course from the following:   5
Second-Year Chinese II (GT-AH4)  3B 
Second-Year Japanese II (GT-AH4)  3B 
Advanced Writing  23
Arts and Humanities  3B3
Biological and Physical Sciences  3A4
ECON 202 or AREC 202 and LCHI 101 or LJPN 101 must be completed by the end of Semester 4.X   
 Total Credits   15
Junior
Semester 5CriticalRecommendedAUCCCredits
INST 301Global Commodities across the DisciplinesX 4B3
Select one course from the following:   3
Third-Year Chinese I    
Third-Year Japanese I    
International Studies Major Course Selection (See list on Concentration Requirements Tab)   6
Elective    3
LCHI 200 or LJPN 200 must be completed by the end of Semester 5.X   
 Total Credits   15
Semester 6CriticalRecommendedAUCCCredits
Select one course from the following:   3
Third-Year Chinese II    
Third-Year Japanese II    
International Studies Major Course Selection (See list on Concentration Requirements Tab)   6
Elective   6
LCHI 201 or LJPN 201 must be completed by the end of Semester 6.X   
 Total Credits   15
Senior
Semester 7CriticalRecommendedAUCCCredits
INST 492Seminar X4A,4C3
International Studies Major Course Selection (See list on Concentration Requirements Tab)   6
Electives   6
LCHI 304 or LJPN 304 must be completed by the end of Semester 7.X   
 Total Credits   15
Semester 8CriticalRecommendedAUCCCredits
International Studies Major Course Selection (See list on Concentration Requirements Tab)X  6
ElectivesX  9
The benchmark courses for the 8th semester are the remaining courses in the entire program of study.X   
 Total Credits   15
 Program Total Credits:   120