A bachelor of arts degree consisting of 43 credit hours distributed as follows:
Choose 15 credits from the following courses:
Students may take one Internship (PSCI-480X) toward the requirements for the major and apply the credits to either global processes or comparative and regional studies.
One international travel course (such as ART-307X) or cultural exploration course (such as COMM-333X, HDFS-250, FREN-305X, SOC-363, or SPAN-306 or SPAN-308X) may be used toward the comparative and regional studies requirement.
Students may not double major in political science and global studies. Political science majors may minor in global studies, but the 15 credits from non-core areas must be taken in disciplines other than political science
Students pursuing a global studies major are strongly encouraged to study abroad, to explore a minor relevant to their area of interest (world languages and cultures, economics, business, philosophy and religion, etc.), and to participate in an internship. Relevant internships through PSCI-480X earn credit toward the major.