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Chancellor's Certificate in International Trade
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A note about passport expeditor/courier services
International Studies Certificates
Calendar of Events
UMSL Greek Studies
German Culture Center
The Nicholas and Theodora Matsakis Hellenic Culture Center
Japan America Society of St. Louis
Irish Studies Program
International Student and Scholar Services
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International Alumni Update Form
Study Abroad Programs
International Performing Arts
Guide to Accent Marks
UMSL International Studies and Programs
International Photo Contest
UN Day Contest
Do I need a passport?
The University offers a wide variety of certificate programs, equivalent to minors, which provide our students the opportunity to develop expertise in international subjects. These programs combine offerings from several departments so the subject is examined from a multidisciplinary approach.
While most persons who earn certificates do so in the process of completing their undergraduate degree, a certificate may be completed by non-degree seeking students.
The certificates offered through International Studies and Programs include:
• Africana Studies with 2 options:
African Studies and African Diaspora Studies
• East Asian Studies
• Greek Studies
• International Affairs
• International Business
• Latin American Studies
• Modern European Studies
• Modern Language and Study Abroad Certificate
To view and print all of the undergratuate certificate requirements click here.
Interested students should petition for the certificates through International Studies and Programs generally no later than the first semester of their senior year.
Students may be granted permission to substitute coursework taken at other institutions, or for other UMSL courses not listed.
For applications and additional information, contact:
Robert A. Baumann
International Studies and Programs
366 Social Sciences & Business Building