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Leadership Distinction: Global Learning

Approved Courses

Students graduating with a bachelor’s degree are required to complete 6 credit hours from the approved list and those with an associate’s degree are required to complete 3 credit hours.

Courses that are approved to meet the requirement for Graduation with Leadership Distinction in Global Learning are listed on this page.

Note the following guidelines:

  1. Courses must be part of student’s on-campus program (i.e., not part of overseas study).
  2. At least 3 credits must be outside of a student’s major program area.
  3. 3 credits may be from a Foreign Language Intermediate or Advanced Level course on reading, writing and speaking (which exceeds the university Foreign Language requirement).
  4. Independent Study courses may count, but must include clear references to international or global learning in the course description
  • ACCT 506 – International Financial Reporting
  • ANTH 102 – Understanding Other Cultures
  • ANTH 208 – Anthropology of Globalization and Development
  • ANTH 210 – The Human Life Cycle in Different Cultures
  • ANTH 211 – Learning Across Cultures
  • ANTH 215 – Chinese Popular Culture
  • ANTH 300 – Comparing Cultures Through Film
  • ANTH 301 – Latin American Cultures (=LASP 311)
  • ANTH 305-311 – Cultures of . . . South American Indian, Africa, Japanese, Islam, Middle Eastern
  • ANTH 312 – Mexican Cultures
  • ANTH 314-317 – Cultures of . . . Caribbean, South Asian, Southeast Asian, North American Indian
  • ANTH 350 – Peasant Communities and Rural Development
  • ANTH 351 – The Family in Cross-Cultural Perspective
  • ANTH 353 – Anthropology of Law and Conflict
  • ANTH 355 – Language, Culture, and Society
  • ANTH 360 – The Anthropology of Sex
  • ANTH 381 – Gender and Globalization
  • ANTH 515 – Tradition and Transformations in Islamic Cultures {=RELG 515}
  • ANTH 556/LING 556 – Language and Globalization
  • ANTH 580 – Culture and Identity in the African Diaspora
  • ANTH 581 – Globalization and Cultural Questions
  • ARTH 105 – History of Western Art I
  • ARTH 106 – History of Western Art II
  • ARTH 313 – History of Roman Art
  • ARTH 320 – History of Italian Renaissance Art
  • ARTH 321 – History of Northern Renaissance Art
  • ARTH 325 – History of Southern Baroque Art
  • ARTH 326 – History of Northern Baroque Art
  • CHIN 335 – Women in China
  • CPLT 270 – World Literature
  • CPLT 303 – Great Books of the Eastern World
  • CPLT 597 – Comparative Studies in Film
  • DANC 282 – World Dance History and Culture
  • ECON 303 – The International Economy
  • ECON 503 – International Trade Economics
  • ECON 504 – International Monetary Economics
  • ECON 505 – International Development Economics
  • ECON 507 – Comparative Economic Systems
  • EDEC 336 – Culturally Relevant Pedagogy in Early Childhood Classrooms
  • ENGL 270 – World Literature
  • ENGL 283 – Themes in British Writing
  • ENGL 348 – African Literature
  • ENGL 390 – Great Books of the Western World I
  • ENGL 391 – Great Books of the Western World II
  • EURO 300 – Introduction to European Studies
  • FILM 598T – Topic/Films from China
  • FREN 453 – Francophone Literatures and Cultures
  • GEOG 223 – Geography of Latin America (= LASP 331)
  • GEOG 225 – Geography of Europe
  • GEOG 226 – Geography of the Middle East
  • GEOG 228 – Geography of Sub-Saharan Africa
  • GEOG 312 – Geography and Global Geopolitics
  • GEOG 569 – Environment and Development
  • GERM 280 – German Culture
  • HIST 102 – European Civilization from the Mid-17th Century
  • HIST 104 – Introduction to Civilization of the Islamic Middle East
  • HIST 105 – Introduction to East Asian Civilization
  • HIST 106 – Introduction to African History
  • HIST 109 – Introduction to Latin American Civilization
  • HIST 307 – Family and Society in Europe
  • HIST 316 – Nineteenth- Century Europe
  • HIST 317 – Contemporary Europe from World War I to World War II
  • HIST 318 – Europe from World War II to Present
  • HIST 320 – The History of Great Britain
  • HIST 321 – The History of Great Britain
  • HIST 328 – Nineteenth-Century Britain
  • HIST 329 – Modern and Contemporary Britain
  • HIST 333 – France Since 1815
  • HIST 338 – Modern Germany
  • HIST 342 – The Slavs in History
  • HIST 343 – The Fall of the Eastern European Empires
  • HIST 344 – Eastern Europe Since WWI
  • HIST 347 – The Middle East in Modern Times
  • HIST 348 – North Africa from Colonialism to Revolution: 1830-1962
  • HIST 349 – Contemporary Middle East and North Africa
  • HIST 351 – Africa to 1800
  • HIST 352 – Africa since 1800
  • HIST 354 – Modernization of China and Japan
  • HIST 357 – Japan to 1800: Aristocrats and Warriors
  • HIST 358 – Japan since 1800
  • HIST 374 – Nationalism: Myth and Reality
  • HIST 375 – Nazis and Fascists in European History, 1919-1945
  • HIST 376 – War and European Society, 1914-1945
  • HIST 377 – Business in Historical Perspective
  • HIST 378 – Urban Experience in Modern Europe
  • HIST 382 – History of Crime and Punishment in the Western World
  • HIST 385 – The Expansion of Christianity
  • HIST 386/RELG 354 – Islamic Institutions and Traditions
  • HIST 421 – Modern Latin America (= LASP 342)
  • HIST 542 – The History of Modern Russia and the Soviet Union
  • HIST 543 – Russian and Soviet Diplomatic History
  • HIST 562 – The Middle East and the United States: 1800 to the Present
  • HIST 566 – Problems in the History of Africa South of the Sahara
  • HIST 573 – History of Traditional Chinese Thought. {=PHIL 573}
  • HIST 574 – China in Revolution
  • HIST 575 – China since 1949
  • HIST 576 – Japan: The Military Tradition
  • HIST 577 – Consumer Culture in Modern East Asia
  • IBUS 301 – Introduction to International Business
  • IBUS 401 – International Financial Managementm
  • IBUS 402 – International Marketingm
  • IBUS/MGSC 405 – International Information Systemsm
  • IBUS/MGMT 406 – International Human Resource Managementm
  • IBUS 310 – Globalization and Businessm
  • IBUS 423 – Cross-Cultural Behavior and Negotiationsm
  • IBUS 441-444 – Business in . . . (Latin America, Asia, Europe, Africa)m
  • ITAL 400 – Contemporary Italian Civilization
  • JAPA 240 – Introduction to Japanese Culture
  • LASP 201 – Latin American, Caribbean, Latino/a Cultures through Film
  • LASP 301 – Interdisciplinary Study of Latin America
  • LASP 305 – Working with Latin American Clients
  • LASP 311 – Latin American Cultures
  • LASP 312 – Mexican Cultures
  • LASP 315 – South American Indian Cultures
  • LING/ANTH 556 – Language and Globalization
  • MGSC 487 – Global Sourcing Strategies and Applications
  • MUSC 555 – Global Music
  • POLI 101 – Controversies in World Politics
  • POLI 103 – Controversies in the Politics of Global Regions
  • POLI 315 – International Relations
  • POLI 316 – Comparative Politics
  • POLI 330 – International Organization
  • POLI 340 – The Conduct and Formulation of United States Foreign Policy
  • POLI 341 – Contemporary United States Foreign Policy
  • POLI 342 – National Security Policies of the United States
  • POLI 380 – Comparative Politics of Developing Countries
  • POLI 381 – Comparative Politics of Industrialized Countries
  • POLI 416 – Revolution and Political Violence
  • POLI 417 – Theories of War in International Relations
  • POLI 420 – International Law
  • POLI 421 – Law and Contemporary International Problems
  • POLI 430 – Ideology and World Politics
  • POLI 432 – Nationalism and Ethnicity in World Politics
  • POLI 433 – Economics Aspects of International Politics
  • POLI 437 – International Relations of Latin America
  • POLI 440 – Russian Foreign Policy
  • POLI 442 – Globalization and Security
  • POLI 443 – International Relations of East Asia and the Pacific
  • POLI 444 – International Relations in Japan
  • POLI 445 – Political Economy of Africa’s Regions
  • POLI 446 – International Relations of Africa
  • POLI 447 – Foreign Policies of Selected Powers
  • POLI 448 – Politics and Government of China
  • POLI 449 – International Relations of the Middle East
  • POLI 480 – Politics and Government of Russia
  • POLI 481 – Politics and Government of Europe
  • POLI 483 – Middle East Politics
  • POLI 487 – Politics and Government of Africa
  • POLI 488 – Politics and Government of Latin America
  • POLI 489 – Politics and Government of Japan
  • PORT 301 – Cultural Manifestations in Modern Brazil
  • RELG 351 – Religions of South Asia
  • RELG 352 – Religions of East Asia
  • RELG 355 – Introduction to Hinduism
  • RELG 356 – Introduction to Buddhism
  • RELG 357 – Introduction to Islam
  • RELG 358 – The Qur'an and Hadith
  • RELG 359 – Islamic Theology and Philosophical Thought
  • RELG 367 – Sufism
  • RELG 369 – Islamic Law
  • RELG 373 – Holocaust and Religion
  • RUSS 280 – Introduction to Russian Civilization
  • RUSS 319 – Nineteenth Century Russian Literature in Translation
  • RUSS 320 – Twentieth Century Russian Literature in Translation
  • SOCY 315 – World Population: Problems and Policies
  • SOWK 307 – International Social Work and Social Justice
  • SPAN 300 – Cultural Readings for Conversation
  • SPAN 380 – Hispanic Film and Culture
  • SPAN 400 – Spanish Civilization
  • SPAN 500 – Contemporary Spain
  • WGST 351 – The Family in Cross Cultural Perspective
  • WGST 379 – Women in Modern Europe


 


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