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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

  • ANT 3364 Peoples and Cultures of China

Art and Art History

  • ARH 3555 Late Imperial and Modern Chinese Art 1907-
  • ARH 3585 The Arts of Oceania

History

  • AMH 3544 America in Vietnam
  • ASH 3303 Modern Korea
  • ASH 3442 Modern Japan

Chinese Language and Literature:

  • CHI 3403 Chinese Calligraphy
  • CHI 3440 Business Chinese
  • CHT 3124 Modern Chinese Fiction in Translation
  • CHT 3500 Chinese Culture
  • CHT 3513 Taoism and Chinese Culture
  • CHW 4130 Readings in Chinese Literature
  • CHW 4140 Newspaper Chinese

Japanese Language, Literature and Culture:

  • JPN 3440 Business Japanese
  • JPN 3730 Language in Japanese Society
  • JPT 3120 Modern Japanese Fiction in Translation
  •  JPT 3140 Japanese Women Writers: The Modern Period
  • JPT 3500 Japanese Culture
  • JPT 4502 Japanese Folklore
  • JPW 4130 Readings in Japanese Literature
  • JPW 4131 Japanese Texts and Contexts

Vietnamese Language and Culture:

  • VTT 3500 Vietnamese Culture

Religion

  • REL 2302 Introduction to Hindu Culture
  • REL 2315 Religion in Asia*
  • REL 2341 Introduction to Buddhism
  • REL 2362 Introduction to Islam
  • REL 3169 Religion and Environmental Movements of the Global South
  • REL 3318 Chinese Religions
  • REL 3330 Religions of India
  • REL 3344 Chinese Buddhism
  • REL 3371 Islam in Africa
  • REL 3395 Religion and Violence
  • REL 4337 Women in Hindu Tradition
  • REL 4343 Buddhism Across Boundaries – Transmission and Transformation of Buddhist Traditions
  • REL 4345 Chan/Zen Buddhism
  • REL 4349 Buddhist Meditation
  • REL 4361 Women and Islam
  • REL 4361 Women and Islam
  • REL 4367 Modern Islam Thought
  • REL 4491 Sacred Geographies: Place, Space and Pilgrimage In South Asia

Category B Accepted Courses

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

Advertising:

  • ADV 4400 International and Cross Cultural Advertising

African Studies:

  • AFS 2002 African Experience: An Introduction to African Studies
  • AFS 3300 Poverty and Development in Africa
  • AEE 3073 Intercultural Communication
  • AFS 3500 History of Islam in Africa
  • AFS 3800 Childhood in African Literature and Cinema
  • AFS 4240 The African Family
  • AFS 4260 Africans Abroad
  • AFS 4315 Critical Issues in Contemporary Africa
  • AFS 4330 Women and Politics in Africa
  • AFS 4340 Community Conservation and Rural Development in Africa
  • AFS 4345 Political Economy of Conservation in Africa
  • AFS 4350 HIV/AIDS in Africa
  • AFS 4365 – Urban Africa Today
  • AFS 4905 Individual Work
  • AFS 4935 African Studies Interdisciplinary Seminar

Agronomy:

  • AGR 3001 Environment Food and Society

Anthropology:

  • ANT 3241 Anthropology of Religion
  • ANT 3302 Sex Roles: A Cross-Cultural Perspective
  • ANT 3467 Food and Culture
  • ANT 3451 Racial and Cultural Minorities
  • ANT 3620 Language and Culture
  • ANT 3930 Anthropology of Eastern Europe & Postcom*
  • ANT 3930 Migration in Europe*
  • ANT 4266 Economic Anthropology
  • ANT 4273 Anthropology of Law
  • ANT 4323 People of Mexico and Central America
  • ANT 4331 Peoples of the Andes
  • ANT 4336 The Peoples of Brazil
  • ANT 4352 Peoples of Africa
  • ANT 4354 Anthropology of Modern Africa
  • ANT 4930 Islam in Europe*

Art and Art History:

  • ARH 3525 The Arts of West Africa
  • ARH 3526 The Arts of Central Africa
  • ARH 4454 Late Twentieth Century Art

Classics:

  • CLA 3114 Greece Today and Yesterday
  • CLA 3930 Greece During WWII*
  • CLT 3930 Greece and Turkey*
  • CLT 3930 The Greeks and Others: Greek Identity & EU*
  • GMT 3513 Greece and Its European Context in the 20th
  • GRK 4300 Modern Greek Literature Since 1830

Economics:

  • ECO 3704 International Trade
  • ECO 4730 The Firm in the Global Economy
  • ECP 3113 Population Economics
  • ECS 3403 Economic Development of Latin America
  • ECS 4013 Economic Development
  • ECS 4111 African Economic Development

English:

  • AML 4685 Race and Ethnicity
  • ENG 4130 Race and Ethnicity in Film
  • ENG 4133 Jews in European Film
  • ENG 4135 Early German Cinema-1945*
  • ENG 4135 European Identities, European Cinema*
  • ENG 4135 National Cinemas*
  • ENG 4135 Nazism in Film and Literature/Nuremberg-*
  • ENG 4135 Turkish German Cinema*
  • ENL 3132 The English Novel: 20th Century
  • ENL 4273 Twentieth Century British Literature
  • LIN 4605 World Englishes
  • LIT 3173 Jewish Literature
  • LIT 4188 World English Language Literatures
  • LIT 4192 Caribbean Literature in English
  • LIT 4194 African Literature in English
  • LIT 4483 New Europe in Film, Literature, Humanities

European Studies:

  • EUS 2001 European Experience: A Humanities Experience
  • EUS 2003 European Experience: A Social Science Pers
  • EUS 3100 Modern Polish Cinema*
  • EUS 3100 Polish Sci-Fi and Fantasy*
  • EUS 3110 Culture and Society in Europe*
  • EUS 3110 Modern Polish Culture and Society*
  • EUS 3120 War and Culture
  • EUS 3140 Culture in Crisis: The European Avant-Garde
  • EUS 3220 Secret Police under Communism
  • EUS 3300 Nationalism and the Idea of Europe
  • EUS 3400 Migration in Europe
  • EUS 3930 19th Century Intell & Cultural History*
  • EUS 3930 Aftermaths of Defeat*
  • EUS 3930 Anthropology of Eastern Europe & Postcom*
  • EUS 3930 Avant-Garde*
  • EUS 3930 Communist Control and Resistance*
  • EUS 3930 Eastern European Politics*
  • EUS 3930 Empires and Imperialism*
  • EUS 3930 Europe Since 1914*
  • EUS 3930 European Culture*
  • EUS 3930 Greece & Its European Context in the 20th Cen*
  • EUS 3930 Greece and Turkey*
  • EUS 3930 Greece During WWII*
  • EUS 3930 History of the Holocaust (Capstone)*
  • EUS 3930 Intellectual History of Europe, Renaissance*
  • EUS 3930 Magical Realism*
  • EUS 3930 The Greeks and Others: Greek Identify & EU*
  • EUS 3930 Women from the “Other” Europe: Feminity*
  • EUS 3937 From Dream Factory to Czech Dream: Moder*
  • EUS 3937 Political Readings on Turkey (FLAC)*
  • EUS 4130 European Identity
  • EUS 4210 Institutions & Politics of EU
  • EUS 4211 European Union’s Enlargement
  • EUS 4212 EU Economic Integration
  • EUS 4930 African Diasporic Presence in the New Europ*
  • EUS 4930 Citizenship and Migration in Europe*
  • EUS 4930 Comparative Migration: US and Europe*
  • EUS 4930 Culture and Identity in Europe*
  • EUS 4930 EU in Global Economy*
  • EUS 4930 European Nationalism and Ethnicity*
  • EUS 4930 Islamic Civilization and the Making of Europ*
  • EUS 4930 New Europe in Film, Literature and Politics*
  • EUS 4930 Terrorism and Political Violence in Post-War*
  • EUS 4930 Turkish Political Affairs: Politics & Governme*
  • EUS 4930 War and Culture*
  • EUS 4931 Domestic Politics of the EU Enlargement*
  • EUS 4931 EU in Comparative Context*
  • EUS 4931 Politics of the European Union*
  • EUS 4932 Jean Monnet Special Seminar*
  • EUS 4933 Current Issues in European Studies
  • EUS 4950 20th Century Czech Culture/Society(Prague)*
  • EUS 4950 Polish Cultural Studies (UF in Krakow)*

Food & Resource Economics 

  • AEB 3671 Comparative World Agriculture
  • AEB 4242 International Trade Policy in Agriculture
  • AEB 4282 International Humanitarian Assistance
  • AEB 4283 International Develoment Policy
  • AEB 4343 International Agribusiness Marketing

Forest Resources & Conservation:

  • FOR 4060 International Forestry
  • FOR 4664 Sustainable Ecotourism Development

Geography:

  • GEA 1000 Geography in a Changing World
  • GEA 3405 Geography of Latin America
  • GEA 3410 Geography of South America
  • GEA 3500 Geography of Europe
  • GEA 3600 Geography of Africa
  • GEA 4465 Amazonia
  • GEO 2500 Global and Regional Economies
  • GEO 3250 Climatology
  • GEO 3424 Geography of Jewish Population
  • GEO 3430 Population Geography
  • GEO 3502 Economic Geography
  • GEO 4554 Regional Development

Geological Sciences:

  • GLY 3074 Oceans and Global Climate

Health Education and Behavior:

  • HSC 4624 Trends in International Health

History:

  • AFH 3200 Africa Since 1800
  • AFH 3342 History of West Africa
  • AFH 3405 History of East Africa 1800-2000
  • AFH 4253 African Women in the Twentieth Century
  • AFH 4293 Politics & Violence in Africa Since 1800
  • AFH 4450 Southern Africa
  • AMH 3511 American Foreign Relations & Expansion,
  • ASH 3223 History of the Modern Middle East
  • ASH 3931 Introduction to Islamic Civilization*
  • EUH 3033 History of the Holocaust
  • EUH 3091 Intellectual History of Europe, Renaissance to
  • EUH 3205 Nineteenth-Century Europe
  • EUH 3206 Twentieth-Century Europe
  • EUH 3502 Modern Britain
  • EUH 3530 Colonies to Commonwealth: The History of
  • EUH 3533 Ireland in the British Empire
  • EUH 3564 Central & Eastern Europe in 20th Century
  • EUH 3575 History of Imperial Russia, 1796-1914
  • EUH 3576 Twentieth-Century Russia to 1953
  • EUH 3672 Modern European Jewish History
  • EUH 3683 The History of Consumption
  • EUH 3930 Aftermaths of Defeat*
  • EUH 3930 Avante-Garde*
  • EUH 3931 Culture of Capitalism in Europe*
  • EUH 3931 Empires and Imperialism*
  • EUH 3931 History and Catastrophe*
  • EUH 3931 History of the Holocaust (Capstone)*
  • EUH 3931 Honors: History of Antisemitism*
  • EUH 3931 Imperialism and Religion*
  • EUH 3931 Terrorism & Political Violence in Post War*
  • EUH 3931 Understanding the Holocaust*
  • EUH 4280 History of the Second World War
  • EUH 4282 Cold War in Europe
  • EUH 4314 Spain and Portugal
  • EUH 4463 Nineteenth Century Europe
  • EUH 4464 Twentieth-Century German
  • EUH 4534 Modern Ireland
  • EUH 4563 Habsburg Monarchy
  • EUH 4610 Society and the Sexes in Modern Europe
  • EUH 4664 Modern European Revolutions: 1789-1989
  • EUH 4930 Aftermath of WWII*
  • EUH 4930 Germany and WWII*
  • EUH 4930 Postwar Britain and France*
  • EUH 4930 Russian Empire and Nation*
  • EUH 4930 Russian Revolution*
  • EUH 4930 World War I*
  • HIS 3931 19th Century Intelligence & Cultural History*
  • HIS 3931 Cultural Transition in Contemporary Poland*
  • HIS 3931 Russian Cultural Heritage*
  • HIS 3931 War and Culture*
  • HIS 4931 Modern Europe Jewish History*
  • LAH 3100 Emergence of Latin American Nations
  • LAH 3300 Contemporary Latin America
  • LAH 3741 Revolution in the Americas
  • LAH 4433 Modern Mexico
  • LAH 4472 The Caribbean, Nineteenth and Twentieth
  • LAH 4473 France in the Caribbean
  • LAH 4520 Andean Nations
  • LAH 4602 History of Amazonia
  • LAH 4630 National Period Brazil
  • WOH 3043 The World Since 1945
  • WOH 3043 The World since 1945
  • WOH 4254 Nations and Nationalism

Interdisciplinary Studies:

  • HUM 2420 African Humanities
  • HUM 2424 African Cultures and Literatures

Jewish Studies:

  • JST 3821 Israeli Society
  • JST 3845 Israelis and Palestinians
  • JST 3930 European Jewish Literature 1919-1939*
  • JST 3930 Honors: History of Antisemitism*
  • JST 3930 Jews in European Film*
  • JST 3930 Modern European Jewish History*
  • JST 3930 The Literature and Arts of the Holocaust*
  • JST 3936 Arab-Israeli Conflict: Analysis*
  • JST 4905 New German Cinema 1945 to Present*
  • JST 3930 Israeli Politics *

Journalism:

  • MMC 4302 World Communication Systems

Landscape Architecture:

  • LAA 4935 Gardens of the World

Arabic Language and Literature:

  • ABT 3130 Arabic Literary Heritage 1
  • ABT3500 Arabic Culture
  • ARA 3510 The Arab Woman
  • ARA 4822 Arabic Sociolinguistics

Czech Language and Culture:

  • CZE 4956 Special Topics (UF in Prague)*
  • CZT 3520 Czech Cinema
  • CZT 3564 Modern Czech Culture and Society
  • CZT 3930 Culture in Crisis: The European Avant-Garde*
  • CZT 3930 Twentieth Century Czech Culture/Society Prague*

French Language, Literature and Culture:

  • FRE 3440 Commercial French
  • FRE 3442 Contemporary French Commerce
  • FRE 3500 France Through the Ages
  • FRE 3502 Francophone Cultures
  • FRE 3564 Contemporary French Culture
  • FRT 3561 Women in French Literature and/or Cinema
  • FRT 4523 European Identities, European Cinema
  • FRW 3101 Introduction to French Literature 2
  • FRW 4281 Readings in the 20th Century French Novel
  • FRW 4324 Readings in the 20th Century French Theater
  • FRW 4350 Modern French Poetry from Baudelaire to the
  • FRW 4391 Concepts of French Cinema
  • FRW 4552 Introduction to Realism and Naturalism
  • FRW 4762 Readings in Francophone Literatures and
  • FRW 4822 Introduction to French Critical Theory

German Language, Literature and Culture:

  • GER 3234 Introduction to Reading German Texts
  • GER 3330 German Language and Culture I
  • GER 3331 German Language and Culture II
  • GER 3332 Topics of Film/Culture (FLAC)
  • GER 3440 German in Business
  • GER 4482 Cultural Diversity & Intercultural Comprehension
  • GET 3501 History, Literature and Arts of Berlin
  • GET 3520 Early German Cinema-1945
  • GET 3580 Representations of War in Literature and
  • GET 3581 Limits of Representation: The Literature and
  • GET 3930 German Folk and Fairy Tales*
  • GET 3930 History of Catastrophe*
  • GET 3930 Nazism in Film and Literature*
  • GET 3930 Turkish/German Cinema*
  • GET 4291 Women and German Cinema
  • GET 4293 New German Cinema 1945-Present Day
  • GET 4930 Freud and Judaism*
  • GEW 3101 Survey of German Literature 2
  • GEW 4301 Introduction to German Drama and Theater
  • GEW 4542 Romantics and Revolutionaries
  • GEW 4730 Modern German Literature
  • GEW 4731 Contemporary German Literature
  • GEW 4750 Women in German Literature

Haitian Creole Language, Literature and Culture:

  • HAT 3564 Haitian Culture and Society

Italian Language, Literature and Culture:

  • ITA 3500 Italian Civilization
  • ITA 3564 Contemporary Italian Culture
  • ITT 3431 Italy and Pilgrimages
  • ITT 3521 Italian Cinema
  • ITT 3930 Special Topics in Italian Literature and Culture*
  • ITT 4956 Overseas Study In Italian/Italy*
  • ITW 3101 Introduction to Italian Literature 2

Polish Language, Literature and Culture:

  • PLT 2560 Screening Polish Culture
  • PLT 3520 Polish Cinema
  • PLT 3564 Modern Polish Culture and Society
  • PLT 3930 Cultural Transition in Contemporary Poland*
  • PLT 3930 Magical Realism*
  • PLT 3930 Polish Cultural Studies (UF in Krakow)*
  • PLT 3930 Polish Sci-Fi and Fantasy*
  • PLT 3930 Women from the “Other” Europe: Femininity*

Russian Language, Literature and Culture:

  • RUT 3442 Madmen and Fools*
  • RUT 3442 Themes from Russian Literature*
  • RUT 3442 War and Islam*
  • RUT 3452 Russian Literature of the Twentieth Century
  • RUT 3500 Russian Cultural History
  • RUT 3503 Violence and Terror in the Russian Experience
  • RUT 3504 Russia Today
  • RUT 3514 Russian Fairy Tales
  • RUT 3600 The Twentieth Century Through Slavic Eyes
  • RUW 4301 Russian Drama and Poetry

African and Asian Languages and Literatures:

  • SSA 3730 Language in African Society

Yoruba Language and Literature:

  • YOR 3500 Yoruba Diaspora in the New World
  • YOR 4502 Yoruba Oral Literature

Latin American Studies:

  • LAS 2001 Introduction to Latin America

Management:

  • BUL 4443 Ethics in Global Business
  • MAN 3600 Multinational Business Operations

Marketing:

  • MAR 4156 International Marketing

Music:

  • MUH 3541 Latin American Music
  • MUH 3621 Jewish Art Music in Western Culture
  • MUH 4016 History of Jazz

Philosophy:

  • PHH 4644 Continental Philosophy

Political Science:

  • CPO 3103 Western European Politics
  • CPO 3151 French Politics & Society in the Fifth
  • CPO 3204 African Politics
  • CPO 3303 Introduction to Latin American Politics
  • CPO 3403 Politics of the Middle East
  • CPO 3614 Eastern European Politics
  • CPO 3633 Politics in Russia
  • CPO 4034 Politics in Developing Nations
  • CPO 4104 The Politics and Institutions of the European
  • CPO 4306 Contemporary Problems in Latin America
  • CPO 4731 Democratization in Global Perspective
  • INR 2001 Introduction to International Relations
  • INR 3034 Politics of the World Economy
  • INR 3084 Culture and World Politics
  • INR 3102 The U.S. and World Affairs
  • INR 3333 Introduction to International Security
  • INR 3502 International Institutions
  • INR 3603 Theories of International Relations
  • INR 4035 Rich and Poor Nations in the International
  • INR 4083 War and Peace in World Politics
  • INR 4204 Comparative Foreign Policy
  • INR 4244 International Politics of Latin America
  • INR 4303 The Making of American Foreign Policy
  • INR 4350 International Environmental Relations
  • CPO 4401 Arab-Israeli Conflict
  • INR 4531 Politics of the European Union
  • POS 4931 Citizenship and Migration in Europe*
  • POS 4931 Domestic Politics in the EU Enlargement*
  • POS 4931 EU Economic Integration*
  • POS 4931 EU in Comparative Context*
  • POS 4931 EU in Global Economy*
  • POS 4931 European Union’s Enlargement*
  • POS 4931 Irish Government, Politics and Society*
  • POS 4931 Islamic Civilization & the Making of European P*
  • POS 4931 The EU in the World (UF in Brussels)*
  • POS 4931 Turkish Political Affairs: Politics & Government*
  • POT 4311 Problems of Democracy

Public Relations:

  • PUR 4404C International Public Relations

Religion:

  • REL 2300 Introduction to World Religions
  • REL 3140 Religion and Society
  • REL 3370 Religions of Africa
  • REL 3381 Religion in Latin America
  • REL 4141 Religion and Social Change
  • REL 4361 Women and Islam

Sociology & Criminology and Law:

  • SYA 4930 Comparative Migration: US and Europe*
  • SYA 4930 Culture and Identity in Europe*
  • SYA 4930 European Population Issues*
  • SYD 4020 Population
  • SYD 4701 European Nationalism and Ethnicity
  • SYD 4800 Sociology and Gender
  • SYD 4820 Men and Masculinities
  • SYO 3534 Poverty
  • SYO 4200 Sociology of Religion

Spanish and Portuguese Studies:

  • POR 3224 Cities in Portuguese Speaking World
  • POR 3500 Luso-Brazilian Civilization
  • POR 3502 Brazilian Culture
  • POW 3100 Introduction to Literature in Portuguese
  • POW 3131 Introduction to Brazilian Literature 2
  • POW 4380 Contemporary Brazilian Poetry
  • POW 4450 The Modernist Movement in Brazilian Lit
  • POW 4480 Contemporary Brazilian Narrative
  • PRT 3930 From Empire to Integration*
  • SPN 3224 Applied Spanish (FLAC)
  • SPN 3440 Commercial Spanish
  • SPN 3510 Culture and Civilization of Spain
  • SPN 3520 Culture and Civilization of Spanish America
  • SPW 3031 Survey of Spanish-American Literature From:
  • SPW 3080 Survey of Spanish-American Literature From:
  • SPW 3101 Intro to Spanish Literature 2
  • SPW 4190 Contemporary Spanish Theater/Film
  • SPW 4282 Readings in Contemporary Spanish-American
  • SPW 4283 Readings in Contemporary Spanish-American
  • SPW 4304 Readings in Spanish-American Theatre
  • SPW 4353 Readings in Spanish-American Poetry from
  • SPW 4354 Readings in Contemporary Spanish-American
  • SPW 4364 Readings in Spanish-American Essay
  • SPW 4393 Contemporary Spanish Theater and Film
  • SPW 4723 Readings in Spanish Literature from the
  • SPW 4780 Hispanic Women Writers

Urban and Regional Planning:

  • URP 3001 Cities of the World

Wildlife Ecology and Conservation:

  • WIS 4523 Human Dimensions of Natural Resources

Women’s Studies:

  • WST 3930 Women in French Literature*
  • WST 3930 Women in German Literature*
  • WST 3930 Women in Modern Hebrew Fiction*
  • WST 4930 Rethink Globalization*

Written and Oral Communication :

  • SPC 4710 Intercultural Communications

Asian 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.

Chinese

  • CHI 1130 Beginning Chinese 1 (credits: 5)
  • CHI 1131 Beginning Chinese 2 (credits: 5)
  • CHI 2230 Intermediate Chinese 1 (credits: 5)
  • CHI 2231 Intermediate Chinese 2 (credits: 5)
  • Total: 20 credits

Hindi-Urdu

  • HIN 1130 Beginning Hindi 1 (credits: 5)
  • HIN 1131 Beginning Hindi 2 (credits: 5)
  • HIN 2200 Intermediate Hindi 1 (credits: 3)
  • HIN 2201 Intermediate Hindi 2 (credits: 3)
  • Total: 16 credits

Japanese

  • JPN 1130 Beginning Japanese 1 (credits: 5)
  • JPN 1131 Beginning Japanese 2 (credits: 5)
  • JPN 2230 Intermediate Japanese 1 (credits: 5)
  • JPN 2231 Intermediate Japanese 2 (credits: 5)
  • Total: 20 credits

Vietnamese

  • VTN 1130 Beginning Vietnamese 1 (credits: 5)
  • VTN 1131 Beginning Vietnamese 2 (credits: 5)
  • VTN 2220 Intermediate Vietnamese 1 (credits: 4)
  • VTN 2221 Intermediate Vietnamese 2 (credits: 4)
  • Total: 18 credits