With growing U.S. involvement in international markets and the increasingly global character of American society, understanding the interconnections between cultures becomes all the more crucial for success within the University and the world beyond. The critical thinking skills imparted by a degree option in Global Studies provide students with key tools for understanding places in the world within a broader context.

What You'll Do

  • Interact with qualified faculty in a small class environment
  • Gain knowledge from a broad interdisciplinary approach
  • Be prepared for graduate studies and entry-level positions in import/export, business, and government
  • Participate in life-changing study-abroad programs in countries such as China, Japan, France, Germany, Spain and Ecuador

What You'll Study

  • AN101 Observing Other Cultures
  • AN181 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
  • GG150 Peoples & Places of the World
  • PS104 Comparative Political Systems

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Internships & Career Opportunities

  • Careers abroad
  • Imports/exports
  • Business positions
  • Government jobs
  • Teaching


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