At least two full semesters abroad or one semester abroad plus twelve credits of UNE travel courses are required for this major.

CAS Core Curriculum Credits
Total 42-48
Required Courses Credits
GLS 100 - Introduction to Global Studies 3
CGH 490 - Global Humanities Seminar 3
GLS 410 - Global Studies Capstone Seminar 3
Total 48
Open Elective Courses (as needed to reach 120 credits) Variable
Minimum Required Total Credits 120

Interdisciplinary Core

Take at least four global courses, each from a different disciplinary area (below), with at least 3 credits at the 300-level or above for a total of 12 credits

Interdisciplinary Core Courses Credits
Total 12
Literature Credits
ENG 329 - Topics in World Literature* 3
ENG 405 – Topics in Postcolonial Literature* 3
Political Science Credits
PSC 201 - Introduction to International Relations* 3
Economics Credits
PSC 322 – International Political Economy* 3
Anthropology Credits
ANT 102 – Cultural Anthropology* 3
History Credits
HIS 278 – Origins of the Contemporary World* 3
Development and Environment Credits
ENV 200 – Society, Population and the Environment: A Global Perspective* 3

*These courses can count towards the core curriculum.

Regional Concentration

Choose either one regional concentration with 18 credits of coursework (below) and at least 6 credits at the 300-level or above OR choose two regional concentrations with 9 credits each and at least 3 credits at the 300-level or above for each concentration

Regional Concentration Courses Credits
Total 18
Europe/The Mediterranean Credits
ARH 322 – History of Spanish Art 3
ENG 345 – Moroccan Theater and Social Change 3
HIS 230 – From Togas to Black Rats 3
HIS 231 – Reformations, Revolutions 3
HIS 329 – Tangier – Crossroads of Civilization 3
HIS 344 – Postwar – Europe after WWII 3
SOC 212 – Society and Culture in Morocco 3

Foreign Language Courses

At least two of the courses must be in the same foreign language. At least one course above the introductory level must be taken during study abroad for a total of 9 credits.

Foreign Language Courses Credits
Total 9
Latin America/Caribbean Courses Credits
ANT 230 – Anthropology of Latin America and the Caribbean 3
HIS 240 – Latin Amer His I: Colonial Lat 3
HIS 241 – Latin Amer His II: Modern Latin 3
HIS 316 – Rebellion and Revolution in 20th Century Latin America 3
HIS 331 – Revolution and Social Protest in Mexico 3
SOC 230 – Society in Latin America 3
SOC 331 – Latin America Society and Culture through Cinema 3
ENV 376 – Caribbean Sustainable Development 3
Africa/Middle East Courses Credits
ANT 231 – Culture and Society in the Middle East 3
ENG 345 – Moroccan Theater and Social Change 3
ENV 348/348L – Environment, Health, and Community Development in East Africa 3
SOC 212 – Society and Culture in Morocco 3
PSC 110 – Politics – Culture/Inven/Trade 3
PSC 304 – Middle East and North Africa through Film 3
PSC 307 – R & P: Political Islam and Islamic 3
PSC 408 – The Arab – Israeli Conflict 3
HIS 370 – Slave/Citizens: Africans in the New World 3

Students in this major can participate in the pre-health graduate school preparation tracks.

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