|ANTH 253||Survey I: Culture and Language||3|
|ECON 251||Principles of Macroeconomics||3|
|HIST 104||World Civilization II||3|
|POSC 206||International Politics||3|
|or POSC 207||Comparative Politics|
|GLST 495||Senior Seminar in Global Studies||3|
|Students who complete the GLST Comprehensive Exam must also take the following course or another methods course approved by the Department Chair:|
|GLST 364||Global Research and Discovery||3|
|Select the following Concentration:||9-11|
|Select three of the following:||9-11|
|Survey II: Human Prehistory|
|Anthropology of Race and Racism|
|Gender in Cross-Cultural Perspective|
|Water, Culture & Sustainability|
|Special Topics (Archaeology)|
|The Global Challenge of Infectious Diseases|
|Economic Botany 1|
|Conservation Biology 1|
|The Global Politics of International Development|
|Global Environmental Politics|
Upper-level course taken by permission through an approved study abroad program
Courses carry prerequisites not met through Global Studies requirements.
Each student who completes this requirement in Global Studies will submit her written senior comprehensive project for evaluation.
A student who elects to complete her Senior Comprehensive requirement in Global Studies will carry out a research project grounded in a topic related to her area of concentration. She will develop and present a proposal during Senior Seminar in the fall of her senior year. The proposal will include a hypothesis or research question, the design of the study and methodologies to be used, significance of the question, and a bibliography. In the spring semester of senior year, Global Studies majors will make oral and written presentations of their projects to a committee comprised of faculty teaching within the concentration areas and/or the Global Studies core disciplines.