International Studies is no longer accepting new students. Those interested in the program should consider Global Studies.

The interdisciplinary program in international studies serves to broaden the educational horizons of undergraduates. This program draws upon a variety of subjects which provides students with a distinctive body of knowledge and perspectives essential to ensure their competence in an emerging global market. Students in all majors who add International Studies to their curriculum can expect to gain knowledge of world cultures, politics, economics, geography, and languages. With this enhanced competitive edge, students will be better able to master national and international job markets and to advance their future careers.

The core requirements of this program offer foundational knowledge from five different disciplines, while the wide range of elective courses enables students to acquire a variety of intercultural skills or to develop specializaed knowledge of a particular area or region of the world.
 

Undergraduate Co-Major in International Studies

Students must fulfill the core requirements and elect a minimum of fifteen additional credits in elective courses, for a total of 32 credits.

Core Requirements

  •  ANT 3100 - Cultures of the World
  •  GPH 1100 - World Regional Patterns
  •  LIN 2730/ENG 2730 - Languages of the World
  •  HIS 1400 - World Since 1945
  •  PS 2710 - Introduction to Comparative Politics or PS 2810 - World Politics


Electives

For more information on elective courses, students should contact the program director, Bruce Morgan.

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Minor in International Studies

Students must fulfill the core requirements for the major and take one elective course, for a minimum of eighteen credits.

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Contact

Dr. Bruce Morgan, Director  
International Studies Program
355 Manoogian Hall, Detroit, MI 48202
313-577-8072, Fax 313- 577-2738
b.morgan@wayne.edu

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