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International Studies Minor
International studies minors must demonstrate proficiency in a language other than English at the 102 level or higher. This can be accomplished by completing a 102 (or 201, 202, 300, 305 or 400) course in a language, or by verification through the Modern Languages and Literatures Department (i.e. determined by examination or through some other means of confirming proficiency).

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Total Credits Required for Minor 24

Core 16
     GC 164 Human Geography (4 cr.) [IV]
Area and Advanced Disciplinary Studies 8
Choose 8 credit hours from the following. At least one course must be at the 300-400 level. Courses from the major field of study or other minors cannot be used. 
GC 400 Political Geography (4 cr.)  
IP 286 Study Abroad: Special Topics (1-12 cr.) (Graded S/U)
IP 486 Study Abroad: Special Topics (1-12 cr.) (Graded S/U) 
May be taken twice as country of study varies.