The International Studies concentration option recognizes the growing importance of global interdependence and diversity. It is of special interest to students planning careers in fields emphasizing backgrounds in such areas as foreign languages, regional studies, business, and economics.
International Studies Academic Concentration
For students in World Languages (Japanese, or Spanish) interested in emphasizing courses with a strong international focus as they complete the distribution requirements for their Associate of Arts degree. To earn the Academic Concentration (which appears as a special notation on the transcript), students must complete 5 credits of a 200 level World Language Course and 20 credits of approved international courses. Students must complete the 200 level language class with a grade of C or above.