Concentration in International Studies (Plan Code: LASDTAA, Subplan Code: INTLSTDY)

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Required Core Courses
World Language
Select five credits/units from &200-level courses in one language (Japanese or Spanish)5
Select 20 credits/units from the Approved International Electives:20
Approved International Electives
Select one of the following:
Introduction to Cultural Anthropology (5 credits/units)
Art History: Ancient to Late Antique (5 credits/units)
Art History: Medieval-Renaissance
Art History: Baroque-Modern
Environ Biol Conf/Lab (5 credits/units)
Intercultural Communication (5 credits/units)
Introduction to The Global Economy (5 credits/units)
International Economics (3 credits/units)
World Literature II (5 credits/units)
World Literature III
Select one of the following:
British Literature I (5 credits/units)
British Literature II
British Literature III
Introduction to Mythology (5 credits/units)
World Regional Geography (5 credits/units)
Economic Geography (5 credits/units)
History of Genocide (5 credits/units)
African History (5 credits/units)
History of Latin America (5 credits/units)
Select one of the following:
World Civilizations I (5 credits/units)
World Civilizations II
World Civilizations III
Women In World History I (5 credits/units)
Women In World History II
Japanese Culture and Society (5 credits/units)
Select one of the following:
Music History: Middle Ages to Baroque (5 credits/units)
Music History: Classical/Romantic
Music History: Twentieth Century
Introduction to Philosophy (5 credits/units)
International Relations (5 credits/units)
Women Across Cultures-Women's Studies (5 credits/units)
Total Credits/Units Required for Concentration25
Total Credits/Units for AADTA90

Program Outcomes

Program outcomes are overarching skills that are emphasized and reinforced throughout several courses in a specific program; they are measurable statements that define what students should know or be able to do by the end of a certificate or degree at Clark College. After successful completion of this program, students will be able to:

  • Demonstrate awareness of other cultures.
  • Demonstrate world language skills.
  • Describe the field of international studies.

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