Africa

africa

An asterisk (*) next to the course title indicates an advisor must substitute the course by hand.

Category A Accepted Courses

International Studies-approved courses in social science, humanities or professional courses that deal with a single region of the world of the student’s choice. Additional courses not on this list may be taken if approved by the International Studies Undergraduate Coordinator.

Anthropology

Art and Art History

Economics

English

European Studies

Geography

History

Language Literature/Culture

Political Science

African Studies

Anthropology

Interdisciplinary Studies

Religion

Category B Accepted Courses

International Studies-approved courses that deal with regions outside the student’s chosen Category A and/or with global issues.

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Agricultural Education & Communication:

Agronomy:

Anthropology:

Art and Art History:

Classics:

Economics:

English:

European Studies:

Food & Resource Economics:

Forest Resources & Conservation:

Geography:

Geological Sciences:

Health Education and Behavior:

History:

Jewish Studies:

Journalism:

Landscape Architecture:

Language Literature/Culture:

Latin American Studies:

 

Management:

Marketing:

Music:

Philosophy:

Political Science:

Public Relations:

Religion:

Sociology:

Sociology & Criminology and Law:

Spanish and Portuguese Studies:

Urban and Regional Planning:

Wildlife Ecology and Conservation:

Women’s Studies:

Written and Oral Communication:

 

African Languages

Language options described below are for students with no background in the language. If you have a background in the language, consult the appropriate department to determine which courses you need to complete to meet the intermediate-level proficiency requirement.

Akan

Amharic

Arabic

Swahili

Wolof

Xhosa

Yoruba