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Global Studies C.A.
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Global Studies C.A.
Department: Global Culture/Global Studies
Total Credit Hours: 30 credits
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.
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.
|General Education Requirements (6-8 credits)|
English Composition I
English Composition II
Introduction to Data Processing
Introduction to Biology
Essentials of Biology I and Lab
Human Biology and Lab
Introduction to Ecology and Lab
Human Sex and Reproduction
Introduction to Chemistry and Lab
General Chemistry I and Lab
Introduction to Physical Science and Lab
Introduction to Physical Geology and Lab
General Physics I and Lab
College Physics I and Lab
|Core Course Requirements (6-7 credits)|
|GLS 101||Introduction to Global Studies||3|
|Foreign Language course numbered 201 or higher||3-4|
|Electives (15-18 credits)|
|Choose at least two*:||ART 1001
|Choose at least two*:||ANT 102
GLS Courses (other than 101)
|Total Required Hours: 30 credits|
* At least two course prefixes must be represented in each group