The three International Studies elective courses should be chosen in consultation with the student’s advisor and should be connected to one another by some rationale.
As part of the international studies major, students are strongly advised to undertake an internship in the international field (government, the private sector, international organizations, institutions or societies), to study abroad for a summer or semester, or to work on a project related to the international field.
DOUBLE-MAJORS IN POLITICAL SCIENCE AND INTERNATIONAL STUDIES
Double majors in Political Science and International Studies must complete all of the courses required for both majors. However, neither PSCI 338 nor PSCI 349 nor any of the courses counted as electives within the International Studies major may count as electives for the Political Science major, and at least two of the four electives for the Political Science major must come from the following list of courses: PSCI 126, PSCI 212, PSCI 227, PSCI 238, PSCI 311 ,PSCI 312, PSCI 315, PSCI 317, PSCI 318, or PSCI 332 .
To earn a Bachelor of Arts in International Studies, students must complete a minimum of 120 credit hours. Students must also earn a major GPA of 2.0, and a cumulative GPA of 2.0.