International Studies Minor

Liberal Studies Department

Total Required Credits:  16

The International Studies Minor consists of four of the following courses; no more than two from the same discipline within the department of Liberal Studies (e.g. history) may count toward the minor.  No more than one course required for one’s major may count toward the minor. 

Select four of the following:16
Art: Styles and Aesthetics
International Business
Comparative Economic Systems
International Economics
International Relations
America and the World
Imperialism
History of the Atlantic World
Modern Middle East
Africa in the World Economy
History Special Topics (must have international focus)
Global Film Cultures
Bollywood Film
Special Topics in Humanities (must have international focus)
Humanities Independent Study (must have international focus)
The Literature of Multicultural America
Literatures of the African Diaspora
Indians, Aliens, and Others: Cross-cultural Encounters in Literature
Literature Special Topics (must have international focus)
Contemporary Social Problems
Sociology of the Family
Religion in Society
Special Topics in Sociology (must have international focus)
Technology and Sustainable Development
Social Science Special Topics (must have international focus)
Social Science Study Abroad Advanced Topics
Social Science Independent Study (must have international focus)
Total Credit Hours16

“Topics” courses in the humanities and social sciences (numbered 391) may also count for this minor.  See the Quick Guide to Liberal Studies Electives distributed at registration for the minors these courses support.

For more information on the International Studies Minor contact Dr. Karen Wilkinson at liberalstudies@kettering.edu or 810-762-7827.