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Examples of International Studies Minor Concentrations and Courses

The lists below include examples of courses taken by recent ECU graduates in fulfilling the 24 semester hours required for the International Studies Minor. These examples are meant to give you ideas of how you can structure an interdisciplinary International Studies minor course of study. There are many variations possible in concentrations and in courses to take for the minor. A detailed list of courses that can be used to meet the requirements for the International Studies Minor is available at: International Studies Minor Requirements. Questions about course planning should be addressed to the International Studies coordinator, Dr. Sylvie Debevec Henning, office Ragsdale 116B, Phone 252-328-5520, e-mail hennings@ecu.edu.
 

International Studies Minor Concentration Human 
Rights
Studies
African 
Studies
Asian 
Studies
European 
Studies
Latin American Studies
Core Course 1 INTL 1000
Intro to 
International Studies
INTL 1000
Intro to 
International Studies
INTL 1000
Intro to 
International Studies
INTL 1000
Intro to 
International Studies
INTL 1000
Intro to 
International Studies
Core Course 2 POLS 2020
Intro to International Relations

ANTH 2005 Environmental Anthropology

 

POLS 2020
Intro to International Relations
RELI 1690
World Religions

ANTH 2005 Environmental Anthropology

Core Course 3

ANTH 2005 Environmental Anthropology

ECON 3353
Development  Economics 

RELI 1690
World Religions
HIST 1031
World Civilization since 1500
HIST 1031
World Civilization since 1500
Core Course 4 INTL 5000
Senior Seminar in
International Studies
INTL 5000
Senior Seminar in
International Studies
INTL 5000
Senior Seminar in
International Studies
INTL 5000
Senior Seminar in
International Studies
INTL 5000
Senior Seminar in
International Studies
Concentration Course 1 ANTH 2010
Societies Around the World
ANTH 2010
Societies Around the World
INTL 2004 
Intro to Japanese Culture
SPAN 2440
Spanish Culture and Civilization
ANTH 3017
Cultures of Mexico & Guatemala
Concentration Course 2 ECON 3353
Development  Economics 
HIST 3810
History of Africa
HIST 3620
History of Modern Japan
ART 1907
Art History Survey II
ANTH 3018
Cultures of South and Central America
Concentration Course 3 GEOG 2110
World Geography: Less Developed Regions
GEOG 2110
World Geography: Less Developed Regions
GEOG 3051
Asia
INTL 2400 
Arts and Sciences Abroad: Social Sciences
HIST 3710
Into to Latin American History: Colonial Period
Concentration Course 4 POLS 3265
African Political Systems
POLS 3265
African Political Systems
HIST 3611
History of  
East Asia since 1600
POLS 3234
West European Political Systems
GEOG 2110
World Geography: Less Developed Regions