Coordinator: Dr. John Miglietta
211 Hubert Crouch Hall
This program is open to students throughout the University regardless of major. The minor in International Affairs has a core component of Political Science, History, and Geography courses. In addition students are asked to specialize in a specific areas of emphasis. These are Area studies (African, Asian, European, Latin American, and Middle Eastern studies); International Security, Law, and Organization; International Development; Foreign Policy Analysis and Comparative Politics; and International Peace and Justice, Cultural Studies. This minor offers a multidisciplinary approach to the study of international affairs. The International Affairs minor provides students with exposure to various disciplines (Africana Studies, Agriculture, Anthropology, Business, Communications, History, Geography, Philosophy and Religious Studies, Political Science, and Sociology). By taking a menu of courses students develop an understanding of cultural, economic, historical, geographical, and political aspects of the international system.
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