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UNDERGRADUATE COURSE OFFERINGS

International Studies (INTL)

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1160 FOCUS ON... (1 credit) Focuses upon a different nation or global region each time it is offered, as determined by the International Studies Council. Liberal Education Goal Area 8

2100 INSTRUCTED INTERNATIONAL TOUR (1-3 credits) A tour under the leadership and guidance of a BSU faculty member. Course content also includes pre-tour preparation and in-and post-tour discussion and assignments. This course may not be taken on an independent study basis. Credit for each offering to be determined by the International Studies program. Note: By arrangement only–in conjunction with a BSU study abroad program. Liberal Education Goal Area 8

2200 INTERNATIONAL STUDY EXPERIENCE-HUMANITIES (1-3 credits) Focuses on such topics as the history, culture, politics, geography, economics, art, language, technology, and education of the host country of a BSU international study program. Incorporates lectures, discussions, and demonstrations by instructors of the hosting institution and by BSU faculty. This course may not be taken on an independent study basis. Credit for each offering to be determined by the International Studies program. Note: By arrangement only–in conjunction with a BSU study abroad program. Liberal Education Goal Areas 6 & 8

2300 COMPARATIVE INTERNATIONAL STUDY PROJECT (1-3 credits) With prior approval of a sponsoring department, each student will arrange to pursue academic problems or projects using an international perspective as a basis for completing a comparative study between cultures and/or countries. This course may not be taken on an independent study basis. Credit for each offering to be determined by the International Studies Program. Note: By arrangement only–in conjunction with a BSU study abroad program. Liberal Education Goal Area 8

2400 INTERNATIONAL STUDY EXPERIENCE - SOCIAL SCIENCE (1-3 credits) Focuses on such topics as the history, culture, politics, geography, economics, art, language, technology, and education of the host country of a BSU international study program. Incorporates lectures, discussions, and demonstrations by instructors of the hosting institution and by BSU faculty. This course may not be taken on an independent study basis. Credit for each offering to be determined by the International Studies program. Liberal Education Goal Area 8

2509 THE GLOBAL ECONOMY (3 credits) Presents the world economy as a single, interdependent system. Students develop an awareness of how individuals in this system are affected by the actions of others and to develop an appreciation of the benefits and costs accruing to individual states as a consequence of their involvement in the system. Liberal Education Goal Area 8

4100 INTERNATIONAL STUDIES SEMINAR (3 credits) Topic to be determined.

4200 CANADA: THE INTERNATIONAL ACTOR (4 credits) An introduction to the disciplines of Canadian Studies, including the history, geography, economics, environment, politics, literature, and mass media of Canada.


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