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International Studies Major

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  • 1. International Studies A Secondary Major at NDSU Round out your global education!
  • 2. What is the International Studies Major? The International Studies major (ISM) is a secondary major which provides students with a global perspective through coursework, learning a foreign language, study abroad, and a senior project. The ISM can complement any primary major.
  • 3. Why the International Studies Major? • Understand other cultures • Gain a second major with a global perspective • Broaden college experience • Add experience abroad and research to resume • Make yourself more marketable to future employers.
  • 4. Website www.ndsu.edu/international/ism
  • 5. International Studies Major Secondary Major  6 parts – 27 credit program 1. 3 credit core class: Intro. to International Studies (INTL 110) 2. 12 additional credits of core classes in history, anthropology, political science, geography 3. 9 credits of electives with a significant international focus 4. 2 years foreign language 5. 10 week experience abroad 6. Integrative senior project (3 credits)
  • 6. 1-2. Core Class Requirements Group A INTL 110 Introduction to International Studies Group B (select 2) ANTH 206 Peoples of the World ANTH 208 Folklore and Culture GEOG 161 World Regional Geography POLS 220 International Politics POLS 225 Comparative Politics Group C (select 1) HIST 101 Western Civilization I HIST 102 Western Civilization II Group D (select 1) ANTH 111 Introduction to Anthropology ANTH 206 Peoples of the World ANTH 208 Folklore and Culture
  • 7. 3. Elective Credits • 9 credits • Any course with a significant international focus • Over a dozen departments represented • At least three credits must come from outside of student’s primary major
  • 8. ISM Classes and General Education Many courses required for the ISM also count toward general education. This makes it easy to add a second major to your curriculum.
  • 9. General Education Courses Category 3: Science & Technology (S) ● GEOL 105 Physical Geology (3) ● GEOL 105L Physical Geology Lab (1) ● PLSC 110 World Food Crops/Lab (3) ● BIOL 124 Environmental Science (3) ● NRM 225 National Resources and Agro-Ecosystems (3) Category 4: Humanities & Fine Arts (A) ● ARCH 321 History of Architecture I (3) ARCH 322 History of Architecture II (3) ■ ADHM 410 Dress in World Cultures (3) ■ ADHM 411 Food in World Cultures (3) ■ ART 210 Art History I (3) ■ ART 211 Art History II (3) ■ ENGL 330 British/American Writers (3) ■ ENGL 335 Multicultural Writers (3) HIST 101 Western Civilization I (3) HIST 102 Western Civilization II (3) ■ HIST 271 Intro to Latin American History (3) ● HIST 381 Australia & New Zealand (3) ■ MUSC 201 World Music (3) Category 5 : Social & Behavioral Sciences (B) ■ ANTH 111 Intro. to Anthropology (3) ● POLS 120 Terrorism (3) ● POLS 220 International Politics (3) ● GEOG 151 Human Geography ● GEOG 161 World Regional Geography ■ Category 6: Cultural Diversity (D) This requirement is met by completing any general education designed with a square, indicating it also is approved for Cultural Diversity. No additional credit is required. ● Category 7: Global Perspectives (G) This requirement is met by completing any general education designed with a circle, indicating it also is approved for Global Perspectives. No additional credit is required.
  • 10. 4. Language Requirements • Proficiency equivalent to two years of college language study. – Example: 4 years high school • Proficiency determined by NDSU Department of Modern Languages
  • 11. 5. Experience Abroad • Ten weeks spent abroad on a pre-approved experience • With or without credit • Can Include study, work experience, volunteering, or research • The NDSU Office of International Programs is the place to go for information on study abroad
  • 12. Study Abroad InfoSessions Memorial Union 116 Monday - Thursday 4:00 - 5:00 pm
  • 13. 6. Integrative Senior Project Student proposes a project that: (a)integrates their primary major with their experience abroad, (b)integrates an international component to their primary major, or (c)involves a topic that interested them through their coursework.
  • 14. International Studies Major Advising Jeanne Hageman is the advisor for the International Studies Major. She is located in Minard Hall, room 334. 701-231-8845 / Jeanne.Hageman@ndsu.edu
  • 15. Requirements to declare major  27 credits (Sophomore)  2.5 GPA  3 credits completed in the primary major To declare: Meet with the ISM director.
  • 16. What Can I do with an ISM? Post-College Paths • Government • Business • NGOs • IOs • Graduate School • ESL Teaching ISM Skill Sets • Diverse Coursework; • Live and Study in a Multicultural Setting; • Language and Social Skills; • Cultural Sensitivity; • A Bit of Adventure!
  • 17. For More Information… Jeanne Hageman ISM Director Jeanne.Hageman@ndsu.edu 701-231-8845 Minard 334

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