The International Studies major is an interdisciplinary approach to the study of global challenges and policies that affect human development, peace, and security in the five major regions of the world. Students may take courses and work with professors from departments and programs across campus, including Criminal Justice, History, Political Science, Geography, English, Anthropology, Sociology, Religious Studies, Philosophy, Art, and Agriculture. Proficiency in a foreign language is required as well as participation in a study-abroad or internship program. The major complements the university’s vision to offer UCM students the educational opportunities available at a large, world-class university, in a small, liberal-arts setting, and supports the university’s efforts to continually provide students with curriculum options to adequately prepare them for life after UCM.
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Dr. Mansour El-Kikhia will speak at UCM
Monday, October 17, 2011, Union 238 at 7:00
Reception begins in the Union Atrium at 6:30
International Studies Inaugural Event March 31, 2010