Global Studies C.A.

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Global Studies C.A.

Department: Global Culture/Global Studies

Total Credit Hours: 31-35 credits

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SubjectCourseTitleCredits
General Education Requirements (9-12 credits)
Mathematics MAT 098 or higher Beginning Algebra or higher 3-6
Communication ENG 101 English Composition I 3
ENG 102 English Composition II
COM 101 (ESL 105) or Oral Communications
COM 106 Public Speaking
Social Science HIS 101 US History to 1877 3
HIS102 or US History since 1877
HIS103 or African-American History since 1877
HIS104 or African-American History to 1877
POL 101 or American Government
Core Course Requirements (7-8 credits)
GLS 101 or Introduction to Global Studies 3
GLC 190 (or ESL 199) Comparative Cultures (or US Culture and Community for NNS) 1
Foreign Language Course Numbered 201 or higher or ESL 109 or ECI 109 3-4
Electives (15 credits)
Choose at least two courses (6 credit hours) from the following with different prefixes*: ART 1001 Art Appreciation 6
ART 1500 Survey of Western Art History I
ART 1505 Survey of Western Art History II
Additional Foreign Language or ESL course numbered 190 or above
ENG 280 Linguistics
ESL 105 Advanced Conversation and Speaking Skills for Non-Native Speakers
HIS 145 Western Civilization: Ancient and Medieval Heritage
HIS 146 Western Civilizations: Modern European Heritage
HIS 200 World Mythology
LIT 230 Literature and Contemporary Cultures
LIT 271 Literature and Contemporary Cultures
LIT 273 World Literature - Enlightenment to 20th Century
LIT 275 Holocaust Literature
LIT 280 Gender Issues in Literature
MUS 111 Music Appreciation
MUS 162 English/Italian Diction
MUS 163 German/French Diction
MUS 231 Music History I
MUS 232 Music History II
PHL 201 World Religion
THE 122 Introduction to Theater
THE 123 Introduction to Cinema
THE 124 History of Film
GLC Courses (other than 190)
Choose at least two courses (6 credit hours) from the following with different prefixes*: ANT 101 General Anthropology 6
ANT 102 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
ANT 151 World Archaeology
ANT 171 Introduction to Egyptology
ANT 224 People and Cultures of Africa
BIO 108 Trends in Science
BIO 122 Environmental Science
BIO 255 International Business
COM/GLC 215 Intercultural Communication
DC 299 Diversity Portfolio
ECO 110 Principles of Macroeconomics
ECO 120 Principles of Microeconomics
ECO 212 Foundations of Education in a Diverse Society
ECO 247 Multicultural Education
GEO 100 Principles of Geography
GEO 101 Geography: The Eastern World
GEO 102 Geography: The Western World
GLS 290 Special Topics in Global Studies
HIS 103 African-American History to 1877
HIS 104 African-American History since 1877
HIS 204 Non-Western Civilization to 1500
HIS 205 Non-Western Civilization since 1500
HIS 210 Latin American History
POL 201 International Relations
POL 210 Comparative Politics
SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology (honors or non-honors)
SOC 202 Sociology of Racial and Ethnic Groups
Choose at least one course (3 credit hours) from either category above. 3
Total Required Hours: 31-35 credits

* At least two course prefixes must be represented in each group

What is Global Studies C.A.?

This program is designed to enable students to develop a fundamental level of international and intercultural competence, and to prepare them to assume their role in an increasingly complex, interconnected and interdependent world. Additionally, the program will reinforce the four State-Level Skill Area Goals and the four State-Level Knowledge Area Goals of the new General Education structure using an explicit global focus.

87%
Eighty-seven percent of U.S. companies agree that international expansion is needed for long-term growth.

Source: Wells Fargo International Business Indicator

Global Studies Careers

Job prospects of a global studies certificate are exceptionally varied.

Students who earn a certificate in global studies can go on to have successful careers in international business, academics, advocacy, politics, government, publishing, the arts, research and more.

Contact Information

Karen Murray,
Office Coordinator
636-922-8556
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Denise McCracken,
Program Chair
636-922-8447
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