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The international studies program prepares students to be global citizens in an interdependent world. International and intercultural knowledge is fundamental to contemporary life and work. The objective of this program is to prepare students to be contributing members of the international community.
The interdisciplinary Bachelor of Arts in International Studies provides students with analytical skills and cross-cultural insight required of informed global citizens. Foundational courses introduce students to different modes of inquiry and provide the basis for comparative approaches to international and global issues. The program of study requires students to apply analytical skills and modes of inquiry across regions, societies and cultures. Students select either a regional emphasis that focuses on a particular language and location or a global social science emphasis that prepares students broadly to pursue professional opportunities in an international context.
To further develop their understanding and skills, students majoring in international studies are encouraged to study abroad or participate in other international or intercultural experiences.
Students who complete a Bachelor of Arts in International Studies gain an understanding of the challenges and complexities of cross-cultural interactions in an increasingly interconnected world.
Raymond Anthony, Professor of Philosophy, firstname.lastname@example.org
Rachel Ball, Assistant Professor of History, email@example.com
Elizabeth Dennison, Professor of History, firstname.lastname@example.org
Dalee Dorough, Associate Professor of Political Science, email@example.com
Paul Dunscomb, Professor of History, firstname.lastname@example.org
Nelta Edwards, Associate Professor of Sociology, email@example.com
Patricia Fagan, Associate Professor of Spanish, firstname.lastname@example.org
Chad Farrell, Professor of Sociology, email@example.com
Hiroko Harada, Professor of Japanese, firstname.lastname@example.org
Timothy Jester, Associate Professor of Education, email@example.com
Susan Kalina, Professor of Russian, firstname.lastname@example.org
Patricia Linton, Professor of English, email@example.com
Marie Lowe, Associate Professor of Public Policy, firstname.lastname@example.org
Nataşa Masanoviç-Courtney, Associate Professor of German, email@example.com
Rebeca Maseda, Associate Professor of Spanish, firstname.lastname@example.org
Francisco Miranda, Associate Professor of Spanish, email@example.com
James Muller, Professor of Political Science, firstname.lastname@example.org
William Myers, Professor of History, email@example.com
Sudarsan Rangarajan, Professor of French, firstname.lastname@example.org
Landry Signé, Associate Professor of Political Science, email@example.com
Audrey Taylor, Assistant Professor of Geography & Environmental Studies, firstname.lastname@example.org
Dorn Van Dommelen, Professor of Geography & Environmental Studies, email@example.com
David Yesner, Professor of Anthropology, firstname.lastname@example.org