Undergraduate Program

Fall 2022 International Studies Courses

Pathways

A-H 105-001: World Art Before 1400

A-H 106: Renaissance to Modern Art

AAS 100: Introduction to African Studies

ANT 160: Cultural Diversity in the Modern World

ANT 225: Culture, Environment, and Global Issues

ENG 171: Global Literatures in English

GEO 135: Global Climate Change

GEO 161: Global Inequalities

GEO 162: Intro to Global Environmental Issues

GEO 172: Human Geography

HIS 104: A History of Europe Through the Mid-17th Century      

HIS 105: A History of Europe from the Mid-17th Century to the Present      

HIS 121: War and Society, 1914-1945

HIS 191: HIS WORLD REL: NT

MCL 100: The World of Language

MCL 200: Reading the World

PS 210: Introduction to Comparative Politics

PS 230: Intro to International Relations

UKC 190: Global Dynamics: Intro to Jewish Foodways

 

Culture & the Arts

AAS 253: History of Precolonial Africa

AAS 301: Introduction to the African Diaspora

AAS 400-001: Spec Topics in AAS: Global Art

A-H 314-001: Ancient: Pompeii

A-H 304-001: African Art and its Global Impact

A-H 311-001: Art as Soft Power--Japanese Tea Ceremony

A-H 504: Gendered Artmaking in Early Modern Japan

AIS 228: Islamic Civilization

ANT 242: Origins of New World Civilization

ANT 320: Andean Civilization

ANT 322: Ancient Mexican Civilizations

ANT 336: Contemporary Muslim Societies

ANT 351-001: Special Topics in Archaeology: South America Archaeology

ANT 401: Gender Roles in Cross-Cultural Perspective

ANT 585: Field Laboratory in Archaeological Research

CHI 320: Gender and Politics in Chinese Lit

CHI 330: Intro to Chinese Culture, Pre-Modern to 1840

CHI 430: Popular Culture in Modern China

CLA 229: The Ancient Near East and Greece to the Death of Alexander the Great

CLA 301: Latin Literature I

CLA 302: Latin Literature II

CLA 331: Gender & Sexuality in Antiquity

CLA 525: The Latin Literature of the Empire

CLA 551: Greek Poetry and Drama

CLA 314: Ancient Pompeii

CLA 450-001: Special Topics in Classical Studies: Witty Poetry

CLA 509: Roman Law

CLD 380: Globalization An X-Cultural Perspective

CLD 480: Topics in Community: Food & Society Asia

EDC 454G: Culture, Education and Teaching Abroad  

EPE 454G: Culture, Education and Teaching Abroad  

ENG 342: Shakespeare

ENG 440G: Studies in British Literature

ENG 241: Survey of British Literature

ENG 330-003: Text & Context: Othello Its Afterlife

ENG 338: Topics in Lit: Race and The Victorians

FR 324-001: Studies in French Literature: Poet Form

FR 504-001: Tops FR Lit/Cltr: La Nouvelle Vague

FR  215: Visual Cultures

FR 325-001: French Cinema: French Leading Lady

GER 305: German Film Today

GER 315-001: German Places & Spaces: Stade/Cities

GER 318: German Culture: Crime & Detection

GWS 302: Gender Across the World

HIS 208: History of the Atlantic World

HIS 229: Ancient Near East & Greece to the Death of Alexander the Great

HIS 312: Digital History: S Africa Truth & Reco

HIS 328: Representing the Holocaust

HIS 330-001: History of Western Religious Thought: Christian

HIS 355-002: Topics in Non-Western History Since 1789: Women in Africa

HIS 375: Europa and the World in the Age of the French Revolution

HIS 378: Renaissance Europe

HIS 328: Representing the Holocaust

HON 252-005: Honors Arts & Creativity: Paris and US

HON 252-006: Peacebuilding and the Arts

HON 301-001: Adv Seminar: Holocaust

INT 399: Internship in International Studies

ISC 319: World Media Systems

ISC 381: International & Cross-Cultural Advertising

ITA 335: Top Italian Cinema: Immigration Diversity

JPN 320: Intro to Japanese Culture, Pre-Modern To 1868

JPN 283: Japanese Film

LIN 325: Language and Culture

MCL 300: Contact Zones: Cultivating Intercultural Competence

MCL 390-001: Topics In MCL: Food & Society in Asia

MCL 390-002: Topics In MCL: Pop Culture in Modern E Asia

MUS 335: Exploring World Music Ethnomusicology

PHI 260: History of Philosophy I: From Greek Beginnings to the Middle Ages

PHI 270: History of Philosophy II: From the Renaissance to Present Era

PHI 343: Asian Philosophy

RUS 371: Russian Culture 900-1900

RUS 525: Rusisan Lit Studies: Dostoevsky's Novels

SPA 312: Civilization of Spain

SPA 372: Spanish Cinema

SPA 424: Medieval & Early Modern Spanish Studies: Med

SPA 480: Hispanic Kentucky

SPA 300: Contact Zones: Cultivating Intercultural Competence

SPA 322: Literature, Life & Thought of Spanish America

SPA  323: Introduction to Translation

TA 385: World Theatre I

 

Global Development:

AAS 253: History of Precolonial Africa

AAS 301: Introduction to the African Diaspora

AAS 400-010: Spec Topics in AAS: Women Africa

AEC 309: International Agriculture, World Food Needs and US Trade and Agricultural Products     

AEC 471: International Trade

AIS 311: Arabic for Business and Media

AIS 338: Women and Islam

AIS 340: Fundamentalism and Reform in Islam  

B&E 240: Intercultural Business Communication

CLD 380: Globalization an X-Cultural Perspective

CPH 476G: A Sick World: Global Public Health

ECO 370: The Global Economy

ECO 472: International Monetary Economics

ECO 471: International Trade

EDC 454G: Culture, Education and Teaching Abroad  

EPE 454G: Culture, Education and Teaching Abroad  

FIN 423: International Finance (pre-reqs required)

GEO 222: Cities of the World

GEO 261: Global Dynamics of Health and Disease

GEO 326: Geography of Europe

GEO 431: Political Ecology

GWS 302: Gender Across the World

HIS 355-002: Topics in Non-West History Since 1789: Women in Africa

HIS 556: The British Empire, 1322-1879

HIS 557: The British Empire and Commonwealth, 1880-2000

INT 399: Internship in International Studies

ISC 319: World Media Systems

ISC 382: Global Public Relations Strategies

ISC 381: International & Cross-Cultural Advertising

LAS 201: Introduction to Latin American Studies

MAT 572: International Merchandising

MCL 300: Contact Zones: Cultivating Intercultural Competence

MGT 309: Intro to International Business* (requires Int’l Business minor)

MKT 435: International Marketing* (requires Mktng major or Int’l Business minor) 

PS 410: Topics in Regional Politics: Russia & Former Soviet States

RUS 410: Russian for Special Purposes: STEM Russian

SOC 380: Globalization: A Cross-Cultural Perspective

SPA 300: Contact Zones: Cultivating Intercultural Competence

SPA 302: Spanish for Business Professionals

SPA 312: Civilization of Spain

 

Comparative Politics and Societies:

AAS 253: History of Precolonial Africa

AAS 301: Introduction to the African Diaspora

AAS 400-010: Spec Topics in AAS: Women Africa

AAS 400-009: Spec Topics in AAS: African Borders

AAS 400-011: Spec Topics In AAS: Cuban Revolution

AEC 471: International Trade

AIS 338: Women and Islam

AIS 340: Fundamentalism and Reform in Islam      

ANT 242: Origins of New World Civilization

ANT 401: Gender Roles in Cross-Cultural Perspective

CHI 320: Gender and Politics in Chinese Literature

CLA 509: Roman Law

CLD 380: Globalization An X-Cultural Perspective

CLD 480: Topics in Community: Food & Society Asia

CPH 476G: A Sick World: Global Public Health

GEO 261: Global Dynamics of Health and Disease

GEO 431: Political Ecology

GWS 250: Social Movements

GWS 302: Gender Across the World

HIS 312: Digital History: S Africa Truth & Reco

HIS 328: Representing the Holocaust

HIS 355-002: Topics in Non-West History Since 1789: Women in Africa

HIS 355-003: Topics in Non-West His: Cuban Rev

HIS 355-001: Topics in Non-West His Since 1789: African Borders

HIS 375: Europe & the World in the Age of the French Revolution

HIS 562: Modern Mexico

HIS 595-001: Studies in His: Cuban Revolution

HON 252-006: Peacebuilding and the Arts

HON 301-001: Adv Seminar: Holocaust

INT 399: Internship in International Studies

INT 340: Special Topics in International Studies: Model UN

ISC 319: World Media Systems

ISC 381: International & Cross-Cultural Advertising

LAS 201: Introduction to Latin American Studies

MCL 300: Contact Zones: Cultivating Intercultural Competence

MCL 390-001: Topics In MCL: Food & Society in Asia

MCL 390-002: Topics In MCL: Pop Culture in Modern E Asia

PS 391-001: Special Topics in Political Science: Model UN

PS 391-002: Topics in PS: Human Rights

PS 410: Topics in Regional Politics: Russia & Former Soviet States

PS 436G: International Organization

PS 439G: Special Topics in IR: Political Violence

SPA 300: Contact Zones: Cultivating Intercultural Competence

 

Africa & Middle East:

AAS 253: History of Precolonial Africa

AAS 301: Introduction to the African Diaspora

AAS 400-001: Spec Topics in AAS: Global Art

AAS 400-009: Spec Topics in AAS: African Borders

AAS 400-010: Spec Topics in AAS: Women Africa

AAS 400-012: Spec Topics in AAS: Atlantic World           

A-H 304-001: African Art and Its Global Impact

AIS 228: Islamic Civilization

AIS 311: Arabic for Business and Media

AIS 338: Women and Islam

ANT 336: Contemporary Muslim Societies

HIS 229: The Ancient Near East and Greece to the Death of Alexander the Great

HIS 253: History of Precolonial Africa

HIS 312: Digital History: South Africa Truth & Reco

HIS 355-002: Topics in Non-West His Since 1789: Women In Africa

HIS 355-001: Topics in Non-West His Since 1789: African Borders

 

Asia:

AIS 340: Fundamentalism and Reform in Islam      

CHI 320: Gender and Politics in Chinese Literature

GEO 333: Geography of East Asia

A-H 311-001: Art as Soft Power--Japanese Tea Ceremony

A-H 504: Gendered Artmaking in Early Modern Japan

AIS 228: Islamic Civilization

CHI 330: Intro to Chinese Culture, Pre-Modern to 1840

CHI 430: Popular Culture in Modern China

CLD 480: Topics in Community: Food & Society Asia

JPN 283: Japanese Film

JPN 320: Intro to Japanese Culture, Pre-Modern to 1868

MCL 390-001: Topics In MCL: Food & Society in Asia

MCL 390-002: Topics In MCL: Pop Culture in Modern E Asia

PHI 343: Asian Philosophy

 

Europe:

A-H 314-001: Ancient: Pompeii

AAS 400-012: Spec Topics in AAS: Atlantic World

CLA 229: The Ancient Near East and Greece to the Death of Alexander the Great

CLA 301: Latin Literature I

CLA 302: Latin Literature II

CLA-314: Ancient Pompeii

CLA 331: Gender & Sexuality in Antiquity

CLA 450-011: Special Topics in Classical Studies: Witty Poetry

CLA 509: Roman Law

CLA 525: The Latin Literature of the Empire

CLA 551: Greek Poetry and Drama

ENG 241: SURVEY OF BRITISH LITERATURE

ENG 330-003: Text & ConteXt: Othello Its Afterlife

ENG 338: Topics in Lit: Race and the Victorians

ENG 342: Shakespeare

ENG 440G: Studies in British Literature

FR 324-001: Studies in French Literature: Poet Form

FR 504-001: Tops in French Literature & Culture: LA Nouvelle Vague

FR 215: Visual Cultures

FR 325-001: French Cinema: French Leading Lady

GEO 326: Geography of Europe

GER 305: German Film Today

GER 315-001: German Places & Spaces: Stade/Cities

GER 318: German Culture: Crime & Detection

HIS 202: History of British People to the Restoration

HIS 208: History of the Atlantic World

HIS 229: The Ancient Near East and Greece to the Death of Alexander the Great

HIS 328: Representing the Holocaust

HIS 375: Europe/World in Age of French Revolution

HIS 378: Renaissance Europe

HIS 328: Representing the Holocaust

HIS 501: 4th Century Greece and The Hellenistic World

HIS 556: The British Empire, 1322-1879

HIS 557: The British Empire and Commonwealth, 1880-2000

HON 252-005: Honors Arts & Creativity: Paris and US

HON 301-001: Adv Seminar: Holocaust

ITA 335: Top Italian Cinema: Immigration Diversity

PHI 260: History of Philosophy I: From Greek Beginnings to the Middle Ages

PHI 270: History of Philosophy II: From the Renaissance to Present Era

SPA 312: Civilization of Spain

SPA 372: Spanish Cinema

SPA 424: Medieval/Early Modern Span Studies: Lit

 

Latin America:

AAS 400-012: Spec Topics: Atlantic World

AAS 400-011: Spec Topics in AAS: Cuban Revolution

ANT 242: Origins of New World Civilization

ANT 320: Andean Civilization

ANT 322: Ancient Mexican Civilizations

ANT 351-001: Special Topics in Archaeology: South America Archaeology

HIS 206: History of Colonial Latin Am, 1492 To 1810      

HIS 208: History of the Atlantic World

HIS 355-003: Topics in Non-West HIS: Cuban Rev

HIS 562: Modern Mexico

HIS 595-001: Studies in His: Cuban Revolution

LAS 201: Introduction to Latin American Studies

SPA 322: Lit, Life & Thought Spanish America

 

Russia/Eurasia:

PS 410: Topics in Regional Politics: Russia & Former Soviet States

RUS 371: Russian Culture 900-1900

RUS 525: Russian Lit Studies: Dostoevsky's Novels

Capstone:

INT 495G: Senior Capstone Sem: Development Issues