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2020-2022 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2020-2022 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Interdisciplinary Global Perspectives and Practices, B.S.


The B.S. in Interdisciplinary Global Perspectives and Practices appeals t potential students who are working i law, business, trade, media, public health, or non-profit.  This programs will also appeal to students who have taken courses in nearly every college or school, as this will be a flexible degree that familiarizes students with the complex historical and contemporary relationships and encounters that connect people and places, and the processes that shape these relationships.  The potential graduates of this program will have growth opportunities in diplomacy and government, international relief work, law, business, marketing, public health, the arts, or media.

 

Requirements for the B.S. degree in Interdisciplinary Global Perspectives and Practices

A minimum of 120 credit hours are required to graduate.  These credit hours are distributed as follows:

General Education and University Requirements     42 credits

Interdisciplinary Major Coursework     48 credits

CICS Requirements     30 credits

Total Credits     120

General Education and University Requirements 42 credits


Interdisciplinary Major Coursework 48 credits


Students must earn a grade of “C” or higher in major coursework

Lower Level Coursework (100-200 level courses) 24 credits


Lower Level Coursework (100-200 level) must be 24 credits chosen from the following areas:

College of Liberal Arts (CLA):  Economics (ECON), History and Geography (HIST), Philosophy and Religious Studies (PHIL), Political Science (POSC), Sociology and Anthropology (SOCI), International Studies (INST), World Languages and International Studies (WLIS), Screenwriting and Animation (SWAN), Art (ART), Music (MUSC)

School of Architecture and Planning (SAP):  Architecture (ARCH), 

School of Business Management (GSBM):  Business Administration (BUAD), Hospitality Management (HOMG)

School of Community Health and Policy (SCHP):  Public Health (PUBH)

School of Computer, Mathematical and Natural Sciences (SCMNS):  Computer Science (COSC), Medical Laboratory Science (MLS)

School of Education and Urban Studies (SEUS):  Education (EDUC), Family and Consumer Sciences (FACS)

School of Engineering (SOE):  Civil Engineering (CEGR), Transportation and Urban Infrastructure (TRSS)

School of Global Journalism and Communication (SGJC):  Communication Studies (COMM), Multimedia Journalism (MMJN), Mulitplatform Production (MPPD), Strategic Communication (SCOM)

School of Social Work (SSW):  Mental Health Technology (MHTC), Social Work (SOWK)

Upper Level Coursework (300-400 level courses) 24 credits


Upper Level Coursework (300-400 level) must be 24 credits chosen from the following areas:

College of Liberal Arts (CLA):  Economics (ECON), History and Geography (HIST), Philosophy and Religious Studies (PHIL), Political Science (POSC), Sociology and Anthropology (SOCI), International Studies (INST), World Languages and International Studies (WLIS), Screenwriting and Animation (SWAN), Art (ART), Music (MUSC)

School of Architecture and Planning (SAP):  Architecture (ARCH)

School of Business Management (GSBM):  Business Administration (BUAD), Hospitality Management (HOMG)

School of Community Health and Policy (SCHP):  Public Health (PUBH)

School of Computer, Mathematical and Natural Sciences (SCMNS):  Computer Science (COSC), Medical Laboratory Sciences (MLS)

School of Education and Urban Studies (SEUS):  Education (EDUC), Family and Consumer Sciences (FACS)

School of Engineering (SOE):  Civil Engineering (CEGR), Transportation and Urban Infrastructure (TRSS)

School of Global Journalism and Communication (SGJC):  Communication Studies (COMM), Multimedia Journalism (MMJN), Multiplatform Production (MPPD), Strategic Communications (SCOM)

School of Social Work (SSW):  Mental Health Technology (MHTC), Social Work (SOWK)

CICS Requirements 30 credits


Total Credits: 120