International Affairs Certificate

1)  Satisfactory completion of the language requirements for the degree program in which a student is enrolled.

2) POL SCI 1800, World Politics

3) A total of 12 credit hours from at least three of the following eleven areas:

Area 1: Anthropology
ANTHRO 3236,
Sex Trafficking in Cross-Cultural Perspectives

Area 2: Biology
BIOL 1202,
Environmental Biology
BIOL 1350, Conservation of Biodiversity
BIOL 3202, Conservation Biology

Area 3: Business Administration
BUS AD 3288,
Independent Study in International Business
BUS AD 3289, Practicum in International Business
BUS AD 3980, The Law of International Business Transactions
FINANCE 3580, International Finance
FINANCE 3581, Business in China
FINANCE 3582, International Investments
LOG OM 4381, International Logistics and Operations Management
MGMT 3680, International Management
MGMT 3682, Managing the Global Workforce
MGMT 3684, The Japanese Management System
MGMT 3685, Role of the Global Corporation
MGMT 3689, International Business and Society
MGMT 4689, International Strategic Management
MKTG 3780, International Marketing
MKTG 3787, Marketing in the European Union

Area 4: Communication
COMM 3332,
Intercultural Communication

Area 5: Economics
ECON 3300,
International Economic Analysis

Area 6: Geography
GEOG 1002,
World Regions

Area 7: History
HIST 2014,
American Foreign and Military Affairs, 1900-Present
HIST 2033, Modern History of the Asian Pacific Rim
HIST 2062, West Africa Since 1800
HIST 2064, African Diaspora Since 1800
HIST 2091, Nineteenth Century European History
HIST 2092, Europe, 1900-1950: War and Upheaval
HIST 2093, Europe 1900-1950: Peace and Prosperity

Area 8:  Media Studies
MEDIA ST 2500,
Introduction to Comparative International Media Systems
MEDIA ST 3354, Comparative Telecommunication Systems
MEDIA ST 3356, Global Media System and Trends

Area 9: Political Science
POL SCI 1820,
Global Issues
POL SCI 2510, The Politics of European Union
POL SCI 2520, Middle Eastern Politics
POL SCI 2820, United States Foreign Policy
POL SCI 3830, International Political Economy
POL SCI 3850, International Organizations and Global Problem-Solving
POL SCI 3860, Studies in War and Peace
POL SCI 3890, Studies in International Relations
POL SCI 4850, International Law

Area 10: Social Work
SOC WK 2330,
Asians in Migration

Area 11: Sociology
SOC 3241,
Globalization and Its Impact on Society and Culture
SOC 4354, Sociology of Business and Work Settings