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International Business Major Requirements

Degree: Bachelor of Science

Credit Hours: 51+

"PR" indicates a pre-requisite. "CO" indicates a co-requisite.

Courses within this major may also satisfy general education requirements. Please consult http://registrar.cofc.edu/general-edu for more information.

Required Courses

ACCT 203

Financial Accounting (3) PR: Sophomore standing

ACCT 204

Managerial Accounting (3) PR: Sophomore standing, ACCT 203

DSCI 232

Business Statistics (3) PR: MATH 104 or 250

ECON 200

Principles of Microeconomics (3) PR: None

ECON 201

Principles of Macroeconomics (3) PR: ECON 200

ECON 303

Economics of Transportation and Geography (3) PR: Junior standing, ECON 200, 201

OR

 

POLI 104

World Regional Geography (3) PR: None

FINC 303

Business Finance (3) PR: Junior standing, major declaration, ACCT 203, 204, ECON 200, 201, MATH 104 or 250, DSCI 232 suggested

FINC 382

International Financial Markets (3) PR: Junior or senior standing; ECON 200, 201, and FINC 303

INTB 314

Global Operations and Technology Management (3) PR: Junior standing, DSCI 232, MGMT 301, MATH 104 or 250, MATH 105 or 120

INTB 409

Global Strategic Management (3) PR: Senior standing, ACCT 203, 204, DSCI 232, ECON 200, 201, FINC 303, INTB 314, MGMT 301

MATH 104

Elementary Statistics (3) PR: MATH 101 or placement

OR

 

MATH 250

Statistical Methods I (3) PR: MATH 105 with a C- or better or MATH 111 or MATH 120 or instructor permission

MATH 105

Calculus for Business and the Social Sciences (3) PR: MATH 101 or placement

OR

 

MATH 120

Introductory Calculus (4) PR: C- or better in MATH 111 or placement

MGMT 301

Management and Organizational Behavior (3) PR: Junior standing

MGMT 325

International Management (3) PR: Junior standing, MGMT 301

MKTG 302

Marketing Concepts (3) PR: Junior standing, ECON 200, 201

MKTG 326

International Marketing (3) PR: Junior standing, MKTG 302, ECON 200, 201

Select one course from the following or an approved business travel course:

BLAW 309

Legal Environment of International Business (3) PR: Junior or senior standing

BLAW 360

ST: Business Law (3) PR: Junior standing and other pre-requisites as required

ECON 310

International Economics (3) PR: Junior standing, ECON 200, 201, MATH 105 or 120, or instructor permission

INTB 344

International Business Internship (3) PR: Junior standing; International Business program director permission

INTB 390

International Social Enterprise and Development (3) PR: Junior standing; instructor permission

INTB 420

Independent Study in International Business (1-3) PR: Junior standing; instructor and chair permission

INTB 499

Bachelor's Essay (6) PR: Senior standing; Honors student with declared International Business major

MGMT 308

Managing Diversity (3) PR: Junior standing

MKTG 333

Purchasing and Supply Chain Management (3) PR: Junior standing

TRAN 312

Global Logistics (3) PR: Junior standing, ECON 200, 201

Note: Any additional courses, including special topics courses not listed in the Undergraduate Catalog and which pertain to the field of International Business, may be used to satisfy this requirement, with the approval of the director of the International Business program.

The international business degree program requires a study abroad experience. All International Business students are required to spend one semester or summer in a study abroad or overseas internship or earn a minimum of 6 credit hours to be arranged with the Program Director and with the provision of an alternative exemption based on special circumstances.

An internationally focused minor must also be completed for this major. Select from Global Logistics and Transportation; International, African, Asian, European, German, Italian, Japanese, Latin American and Caribbean, or Russian Studies; French and Francophone Studies, Spanish, or German Language; Business Language in Spanish, or Business Language in French.

AFRICAN STUDIES MINOR

Credit hours: 18

At least 9 credit hours at the 200-level or above must be earned at the College of Charleston.

Required courses:

AFST101

Introduction to African Civilization (3) PR: None

HIST 272

Pre-Colonial Africa (3) PR: One course in pre-modern history and one course in modern history from the list of approved courses satisfying the general education history requirement (see http://registrar.cofc.edu/general-edu).

OR

 

HIST 273

Modern Africa (3) PR: One course in pre-modern history and one course in modern history from the list of approved courses satisfying the general education history requirement (see http://registrar.cofc.edu/general-edu).

Select 12 credit hours from the following:

AFST 202

Special Topics in African Studies (3) PR: None

ANTH 322

Peoples and Cultures of Africa (3) PR: ANTH 101 or instructor permission

ENGL 352

Major African Writers (3) PR: ENGL 110 or equivalent

ENGL 353

African Women Writers (3) PR: ENGL 110 or equivalent

FREN 451

African Literature of French Expression (3) PR: FREN 313, 314, and either FREN 320 or 321 or instructor permission

LTXX XXX

Any 200-level Literature in Translation survey course (i.e., LTPO, LTRS, LTFR, etc.) as long as the course contains more than one-third African content.

LTAR 220

Modern Arabic Fiction (3) PR: None

LTAR 250

Arabic Literature in (English) Translation (3) PR: None

LTFR 250

Francophone Literature in (English) Translation (3) PR: None

POLI 266

International Diplomacy Studies (3) PR: None

POLI 342

Politics of Africa (3) PR: None

Note: Departmental special topics, tutorials, and independent study courses will also be offered as appropriate.

ASIAN STUDIES MINOR

Credit hours: 18

Required courses:

ASST 101

Introduction to Asian Studies (3) PR: None

OR

 

ARTH 103

History of Asian Art (3) PR: None

OR

 

ASST 105

Value and Tradition in Asian Civilization (3) PR: None

Select 15 credit hours from the following:

The elective courses must be chosen from at least three different disciplines and with no more than 12 credit hours in one geographic region (for example, South Asia, Southeast Asia, China or Japan). Language courses beyond the 200-level may count toward the minor. No more than 6 credit hours at the 100- level may count toward the minor.

ARBC 313

Conversation and Composition I (3) PR: ARBC 202 or placement

ARBC 314

Conversation and Composition II (3) PR: ARBC 313 or placement

ARST 100

Introduction to Arab and Islam World Studies (3) PR: None

ARST 240

Special Topics in Arabic Studies (3) PR: None

ARST 273

Role of Qur'an in Contemporary Islam (3) PR: None

ARST 340

Special Topics in Arabic Studies (3) PR: None

ARTH 103

History of Asian Art (3) PR: None

ARTH 241

History of the Art of India (3) PR: None

ARTH 242

History of the Art of China (3) PR: None

ARTH 243

History of the Art of Japan (3) PR: None

ARTH 321

Hindu Myth and Image (3) PR: 6 credit hours of art history courses or ARTH 299 or instructor permission

ARTH 322

Indian Paintings (3) PR: 6 credit hours of art history courses or ARTH 299 or instructor permission

ASST 240

Special Topics in Asian Studies (3) PR: None

ASST 340

Special Topics in Asian Studies (3) PR: None

ASST 390

Independent Study in Asian Studies (3) PR: None

CHNS 313

Conversation and Composition I (3) PR: CHNS 202 or placement

CHNS 314

Conversation and Composition II (3) PR: CHNS 313 or placement

CHNS 390

Special Topics in Chinese Literature (3) PR: CHNS 313 or 314 or instructor permission

CHST 100

Chinese Civilization (3) PR: None

CHST 240

Special Topics in Chinese Studies (3) PR: None

CHST 270

Stories of Chinese Youth: Chinese Cinema (3) PR: None

ENGL 234

Survey of Third World Masterpieces (3) PR: ENGL 110 or equivalent

ENGL 290

Special Topics (as appropriate to Asian studies) (3) PR: ENGL 110 or equivalent

ENGL 358

Colonial and Postcolonial British Literature (3) PR: ENGL 110 or equivalent

HIST 250

Special Topics in Comparative/Transnational History (as appropriate to Asian Studies) (3) PR: One course in pre-modern history and one course in modern history from the list of approved courses satisfying the general education history requirement (see http://registrar.cofc.edu/general-edu).

HIST 261

Special Topics in Modern Asia, Africa or Latin America (as appropriate to Asian Studies) (3) PR: One course in pre-modern history and one course in modern history from the list of approved courses satisfying the general education history requirement (see http://registrar.cofc.edu/general-edu).

HIST 276

Medieval Islamic Civilization (3) PR: One course in pre-modern history and one course in modern history from the list of approved courses satisfying the general education history requirement (see http://registrar.cofc.edu/general-edu).

HIST 282

China to 1800 (3) PR: One course in pre-modern history and one course in modern history from the list of approved courses satisfying the general education history requirement (see http://registrar.cofc.edu/general-edu).

HIST 283

Modern China (3) PR: One course in pre-modern history and one course in modern history from the list of approved courses satisfying the general education history requirement (see http://registrar.cofc.edu/general-edu).

HIST 286

Japan to 1800 (3) PR: One course in pre-modern history and one course in modern history from the list of approved courses satisfying the general education history requirement (see http://registrar.cofc.edu/general-edu).

HIST 287

Modern Japan (3) PR: One course in pre-modern history and one course in modern history from the list of approved courses satisfying the general education history requirement (see http://registrar.cofc.edu/general-edu).

HIST 350

Special Topics in Comparative/Transnational History (as appropriate to Asian Studies) (3) PR: One course in pre-modern history and one course in modern history from the list of approved courses satisfying the general education history requirement (see http://registrar.cofc.edu/general-edu).

HIST 361

Special Topics in Modern Asia, Africa or Latin America (as appropriate to Asian Studies) (3) PR: One course in pre-modern history and one course in modern history from the list of approved courses satisfying the general education history requirement (see http://registrar.cofc.edu/general-edu).

HIST 461

Research Seminar in Modern Asia, Africa, or Latin America (as appropriate to Asian Studies ) (3) PR: Junior or senior standing, instructor permission and department chair permission, one course in pre-modern history and one course in modern history from the list of approved courses satisfying the general education history requirement (see http://registrar.cofc.edu/general-edu).

JPNS 313

Conversation and Composition I (3) PR: JPNS 202 or placement

JPNS 314

Conversation and Composition II (3) PR: JPNS 313 or placement

JPNS 343

Advanced Japanese Conversation and Composition (3) PR: JPNS 314 or instructor permission

JPNS 390

Special Topics (3) PR: None

LTAR 220

Modern Arabic Fiction in Translation (3) PR: None

LTAR 221

Islamic World Literature (in English Translation) (3) PR: None

LTAR 250

Arabic Literature in (English) Translation (3) PR: None

LTAR 270

Studies in Arab Cinema (3) PR: None

LTAR 382

Arab Women Writers (3) PR: None

LTCH 210

Traditional Chinese Literature in Translation (3) PR: None

LTCH 220

Modern Chinese Literature in Translation (3) PR: None

LTCH 250

Chinese Literature in (English) Translation (3) PR: None

LTJP 250

Japanese Literature in (English) Translation (3) PR: None

LTJP 350

Japanese Literature in (English) Translation (3) PR: None

LTJP 390

Special Topics in Japanese Literature in Translation (3) PR: None

PHIL 234

Eastern Philosophy (3) PR: None

POLI 343

Politics of East Asia (3) PR: None

POLI 344

Politics of the Middle East (3) PR: None

POLI 345

Politics of China (3) PR: None

POLI 346

Politics of Southeast Asia (3) PR: None

POLI 359

Special Topics (as appropriate to Asian Studies) (3) PR: None

RELS 205

Sacred Texts of the East (3) PR: None

RELS 235

The Islamic Tradition (3) PR: None

RELS 240

The Buddhist Tradition (3) PR: None

RELS 245

The Hindu Tradition (3) PR: None

RELS 248

Religious Traditions of China and Japan (3) PR: None

RELS 340

Advanced Topics in Asian Religions (3) PR: Either 3 credit hours in religious studies or instructor permission

RELS 348

Asian Religions in America (3) PR: Either 3 credit hours in religious studies or instructor permission

EUROPEAN STUDIES MINOR

Credit hours: 18

Required courses:

Cluster A: History and Ideas (3 credit hours)

Cluster B: Languages, Literature, Culture (3 credit hours)

Cluster C: Economics, Politics, Society (3 credit hours)

Electives (6 credit hours)

European Studies 400 Capstone Course (3 credit hours)

Note: 6 credit hours of electives must be taken from Cluster A, B, or C with the following restrictions: no more than 6 credit hours from one cluster, no more than 3 credit hours from one discipline, and no more than 6 credit hours devoted to the study of one country may count towards the 18-hour minor. In order to complete this minor, students will take HIST 101 and 102 (or HONS 120 and 130) or their equivalents and a European language.

Note: Each semester, departments offer relevant special topics courses. When appropriate, special topics courses will count towards the minor.

Students should consult with the director of the program to determine if a special topics course may count towards the minor. Students may also need to fulfill pre-requisites before they take certain upper-level courses in some departments.

Cluster A: History and Ideas

Select one 3 credit hour course from the following:

HIST 231

Ancient Greece (3) PR: One course in pre-modern history and one course in modern history from the list of approved courses satisfying the general education history requirement (see http://registrar.cofc.edu/general-edu).

HIST 232

Ancient Rome (3) PR: One course in pre-modern history and one course in modern history from the list of approved courses satisfying the general education history requirement (see http://registrar.cofc.edu/general-edu).

HIST 234

Early Middle Ages (3) PR: One course in pre-modern history and one course in modern history from the list of approved courses satisfying the general education history requirement (see http://registrar.cofc.edu/general-edu).

HIST 235

High Middle Ages (3) PR: One course in pre-modern history and one course in modern history from the list of approved courses satisfying the general education history requirement (see http://registrar.cofc.edu/general-edu).

HIST 242

History of Modern France (3) PR: One course in pre-modern history and one course in modern history from the list of approved courses satisfying the general education history requirement (see http://registrar.cofc.edu/general-edu).

HIST 244

Political and Social History of Germany from 1866 to Present (3) PR: One course in pre-modern history and one course in modern history from the list of approved courses satisfying the general education history requirement (see http://registrar.cofc.edu/general-edu).

HIST 252

Women in Europe (3) PR: One course in pre-modern history and one course in modern history from the list of approved courses satisfying the general education history requirement (see http://registrar.cofc.edu/general-edu).

HIST 256

History of Science and Technology (3) PR: One course in pre-modern history and one course in modern history from the list of approved courses satisfying the general education history requirement (see http://registrar.cofc.edu/general-edu).

HIST 291

Disease, Medicine and History (3) PR: One course in pre-modern history and one course in modern history from the list of approved courses satisfying the general education history requirement (see http://registrar.cofc.edu/general-edu).

HIST 336

Italian Renaissance (3) PR: One course in pre-modern history and one course in modern history from the list of approved courses satisfying the general education history requirement (see http://registrar.cofc.edu/general-edu).

HIST 337

Age of Reformation (3) PR: One course in pre-modern history and one course in modern history from the list of approved courses satisfying the general education history requirement (see http://registrar.cofc.edu/general-edu).

HIST 341

Age of Enlightenment and Revolution (3) PR: One course in pre-modern history and one course in modern history from the list of approved courses satisfying the general education history requirement (see http://registrar.cofc.edu/general-edu).

HIST 344

Modern European Cultural History (3) PR: One course in pre-modern history and one course in modern history from the list of approved courses satisfying the general education history requirement (see http://registrar.cofc.edu/general-edu).

HIST 345

Modern German Cultural and Intellectual History (3) PR: One course in pre-modern history and one course in modern history from the list of approved courses satisfying the general education history requirement (see http://registrar.cofc.edu/general-edu).

HIST 346

History of the Soviet Union (3) PR: One course in pre-modern history and one course in modern history from the list of approved courses satisfying the general education history requirement (see http://registrar.cofc.edu/general-edu).

HIST 357

Victorian Britain (3) PR: One course in pre-modern history and one course in modern history from the list of approved courses satisfying the general education history requirement (see http://registrar.cofc.edu/general-edu).

PHIL 201

History of Ancient Philosophy (3) PR: 3 credit hours of PHIL

PHIL 202

History of Modern Philosophy (3) PR: 3 credit hours of PHIL

PHIL 203

Philosophy of Human Nature (3) PR: None

PHIL 205

Existentialism (3) PR: None

PHIL 240

Jewish Philosophy (3) PR: None. This course may not be taken for credit if credit has been received for JWST 240

PHIL 250

Marxism (3) PR: None

PHIL 304

Nineteenth Century Philosophy (3) PR: Either 6 credit hours of PHIL other than 120 or instructor permission

PHIL 306

20th Century Analytical Philosophy (3) PR: Either 6 credit hours of PHIL other than 120 or instructor permission

PHIL 307

20th Century Continental Philosophy (3) PR: Either 6 credit hours of PHIL other than 120 or instructor permission

RELS 202

The New Testament: History and Interpretation (3) PR: None

RELS 225

The Jewish Tradition (3) PR: None. This course may not be taken for credit if credit has been received for JWST 200

RELS 230

The Christian Tradition (3) PR: None

RELS 335

Western Esotericism (3) PR: Either 3 credit hours in religious studies or instructor permission

SOCY 260

Development of Social Thought (3) PR: SOCY 101 or 102

Cluster B: Languages, Literature, Culture

Select one 3 credit hour course from the following:

ENGL 201

Major British Writers I (3) PR: ENGL 110 or equivalent

ENGL 202

Major British Writers II (3) PR: ENGL 110 or equivalent

ENGL 203

Survey of European Literature I (3) PR: ENGL 110 or equivalent

ENGL 204

Survey of European Literature II (3) PR: ENGL 110 or equivalent

ENGL 302

Shakespeare (3) PR: ENGL 110 or equivalent

ENGL 304

Chaucer (3) PR: ENGL 110 or equivalent

ENGL 306

Milton (3) PR: ENGL 110 or equivalent

ENGL 312

History of the English Language (3) PR: ENGL 110 or equivalent

ENGL 314

The Sixteenth Century (3) PR: ENGL 110 or equivalent

ENGL 317

The Seventeenth Century (3) PR: ENGL 110 or equivalent

ENGL 318

The Eighteenth Century (3) PR: ENGL 110 or equivalent

ENGL 321

The Romantic Period (3) PR: ENGL 110 or equivalent

ENGL 323

The Victorian Period (3) PR: ENGL 110 or equivalent

ENGL 325

Modern British Literature (3) PR: ENGL 110 or equivalent

ENGL 326

Irish Literature (3) PR: ENGL 110 or equivalent

ENGL 327

The British Novel I (3) PR: ENGL 110 or equivalent

ENGL 328

The British Novel II (3) PR: ENGL 110 or equivalent

ENGL 335

Modern Poetry (3) PR: ENGL 110 or equivalent

ENGL 337

British Drama to 1642 (3) PR: ENGL 110 or equivalent

ENGL 340

Restoration and 18th Century Drama (3) PR: ENGL 110 or equivalent

ENGL 350

Major Authors (3) PR: ENGL 110 or equivalent

ENGL 357

Studies in Contemporary British Literature (3) PR: ENGL 110 or equivalent

ENGL 360

Major Literary Themes (3) PR: ENGL 110 or equivalent

LTFR 150

French Literature in (English) Translation (3) PR: None

LTGR 150

German Literature in (English) Translation (3) PR: None

LTGR 250

German Literature in (English) Translation (3) PR: None

LTGR 270

Studies in German Film (3) PR: None

LTGR 450

German Literature in (English) Translation (3) PR: None

LTIT 150

Italian Literature in (English) Translation (3) PR: None

LTIT 250

Italian Literature in (English) Translation (3) PR: None

LTIT 350

Italian Literature in (English) Translation (3) PR: None

ITAL 370

Studies in Film and Italian Literature (English) (3) PR: None

LTIT 450

Italian Literature in (English) Translation (3) PR: None

LTRS 150

Russian Literature in (English) Translation (3) PR: None

LTRS 250

Russian Literature in (English) Translation (3) PR: None

LTRS 270

Studies in Russian Film (3) PR: None

LTRS 350

Russian Literature in (English) Translation (3) PR: None

LTRS 450

Russian Literature in (English) Translation (3) PR: None

CLAS 242

Images of Women in Classical Antiquity (3) PR: None

CLAS 253

Ancient Epic (3) PR: None

CLAS 254

Tragedy (3) PR: None

CLAS 255

Comedy (3) PR: None

CLAS 256

Ancient Satire (3) PR: None

CLAS 270

The Romans in Cinema (3) PR: None

CLAS 301

Topics in Ancient Greek Literature (3) PR: 3 credit hours in Classics or instructor permission

CLAS 302

Topics in Latin Literature (3) PR: 3 credit hours in Classics or instructor permission

CLAS 303

Topics in Classical Civilization (3) PR: 3 credit hours in Classics or instructor permission

ARTH 214

Ancient Greek Art (3) PR: None

ARTH 215

Ancient Roman Art (3) PR: None

ARTH 225

Medieval Art (3) PR: None

ARTH 265

The City as a Work of Art (3) PR: None

ARTH 277

Renaissance Art (3) PR: None

ARTH 280

History of Baroque Art (3) PR: None

ARTH 285

Modern Art (3) PR: None

ARTH 301

Studies in Ancient and Medieval Art (3) PR: 6 credit hours in ARTH, or ARTH 299, or instructor permission

ARTH 303

Studies in Renaissance and Baroque Art (3) PR: 6 credit hours in ARTH, or ARTH 299, or instructor permission

ARTH 306

Studies in Modern, Contemporary, and Film Arts (3) PR: 6 credit hours in ARTH, or ARTH 299, or instructor permission

ARTH 350

History of Early Christian and Byzantine Art (3) PR: 6 credit hours in ARTH, or ARTH 299, or instructor permission

ARTH 355

History of Early Medieval and Romanesque Art (3) PR: 6 credit hours in ARTH, or ARTH 299, or instructor permission

ARTH 360

History of Gothic Art (3) PR: 6 credit hours in ARTH, or ARTH 299, or instructor permission

ARTH 362

History of Medieval Manuscript Illumination (3) PR: 6 credit hours in ARTH, or ARTH 299, or instructor permission

ARTH 365

History of Northern Renaissance Painting (3) PR: 6 credit hours in ARTH, or ARTH 299, or instructor permission

ARTH 370

History of Italian Early Renaissance Art (3) PR: 6 credit hours in ARTH, or ARTH 299, or instructor permission

ARTH 375

History of Italian High and Late Renaissance Art (3) PR: 6 credit hours in ARTH, or ARTH 299, or instructor permission

ARTH 381

Spanish Baroque Painting and Sculpture (3) PR: 6 credit hours in ARTH, or ARTH 299, or instructor permission

ARTH 385

History of European Painting, 1700-1850 (3) PR: 6 credit hours in ARTH, or ARTH 299, or instructor permission

ARTH 389

19th Century European Art (3) PR: 6 credit hours in ARTH, or ARTH 299, or instructor permission

ARTH 390

20th Century European Art (3) PR: 6 credit hours in ARTH, or ARTH 299, or instructor permission

ARTH 394

History of the 18th and 19th Century Architecture (3) PR: 6 credit hours in ARTH, or ARTH 299, or instructor permission

ARTH 395

History of 20th Century Architecture (3) PR: 6 credit hours in ARTH, or ARTH 299, or instructor permission

MUSC 230

Masterworks of Music Literature (3) PR: MUSC 131 or instructor permission

MUSC 337

Opera Literature (3) PR: MUSC 131 or 230 or instructor permission

MUSC 381

Music History I (3) PR: MUSC 247 or instructor permission

MUSC 382

Music History II (3) PR: MUSC 381 or instructor permission; for minors in music, MUSC 246 is the pre-requisite

MUSC 481

Music Theory III (3) PR: MUSC 247

MUSC 482

Music Theory IV (3) PR: MUSC 481

THTR 310

Theatre History and Literature to 1750 (3) PR: Junior or senior standing

THTR 311

Theatre History and Literature after 1750 (3) PR: Junior or senior standing

THTR 318

History of Fashion and Manners (3) PR: None

THTR 387

The Contemporary Theatre (3) PR: None

THTR 388

Dramatic Theory and Criticism (3) PR: None

FREN 220*

Special Assignment Abroad (1-3, to be determined by Chair) PR: instructor and department chair permission

FREN 320*

A Survey of Francophone Literature (3) PR: FREN 313 and 314 or instructor permission

FREN 321*

A Survey of French Literature (3) PR: FREN 313 and 314 or instructor permission

FREN 326*

A Survey of Francophone Civilization (3) PR: FREN 313 and 314 or instructor permission

FREN 327*

A Survey of French Civilization (3) PR: FREN 313 and 314 or instructor permission

FREN 330*

Collateral Study (3) PR: Instructor permission

FREN 360*

French Language Study Abroad (3) PR: FREN 202 or 250, or instructor permission

FREN 361*

Current Issues in France or the French Speaking World (3) PR: FREN 202 or 250, or instructor permission

FREN 363*

Advanced French Culture (3) PR: FREN 202 or 250, or instructor permission

FREN 370*

Studies in French and Francophone Literature and Film (3) PR: FREN 313 and 314; or instructor permission

FREN 431*

The Middle Ages and the Renaissance in France (3) PR: FREN 313 and 314, and either FREN 320 or 321; or instructor permission

FREN 432*

Literature of the 17th Century (3) PR: FREN 313 and 314, and either FREN 320 or 321; or instructor permission

FREN 434*

Literature of the 18th Century (3) PR: FREN 313 and 314, and either FREN 320 or 321; or instructor permission

FREN 435*

Literature of the 19th Century (3) PR: FREN 313 and 314, and either FREN 320 or 321; or instructor permission

FREN 437*

Literature of the 20th Century (3) PR: FREN 313 and 314, and either FREN 320 or 321; or instructor permission

FREN 443*

The Novel in France (3) PR: FREN 313 and 314, and either FREN 320 or 321; or instructor permission

FREN 482*

French and Francophone Women Writers (3) PR: FREN 313 and 314, and either FREN 320 or 321; or instructor permission

GRMN 320*

Special Assignment Abroad (3) PR: GRMN 202, 250, placement or instructor permission

GRMN 325*

German Contemporary Issues (3) PR: GRMN 202, 250, placement or instructor permission

GRMN 326*

German Media (3) PR: GRMN 202, 250, placement or instructor permission

GRMN 328*

German Language Study Abroad (3) PR: GRMN 202, 250, placement or instructor permission

GRMN 329*

Current Issues in Germany or the German-Speaking World (3) PR: GRMN 202, 250, placement or instructor permission

GRMN 365*

Introduction to Literature * (3) PR: One 300-level class, placement or instructor permission

GRMN 424 *

German Civilization and Culture (3) PR: One 300-level course or instructor permission

GRMN 460*

German Literary Heritage (3) PR: Two 300-level courses or instructor permission

GRMN 468*

Studies in Modern German Literature (3) PR: One 300-level course or instructor permission

GRMN 472*

Studies in German Cinema (3) PR: One 300-level course or instructor permission

GREK 371*

Readings in Greek Literature: Poetry (3) PR: Two 200-level Greek courses

GREK 372*

Readings in Greek Literature: Prose (3) PR: Two 200-level Greek courses

ITAL 328*

Italian Language Study Abroad (3) PR: None

ITAL 361*

Survey of Italian Literature I (3) PR: ITAL 202 or instructor permission

ITAL 362 *

Survey of Italian Literature II (3) PR: ITAL 202 or instructor permission

ITAL 452 *

20th-Century Italian Literature (3) PR: ITAL 313 or 314 or instructor permission

LATN 301*

Introduction to Latin Literature (3) PR: LATN 202 or 250 or placement

LATN 305*

Medieval Latin (3) PR: LATN 301

LATN 321*

Cicero (3) PR: LATN 301

LATN 322*

Virgil (3) PR: LATN 301

LATN 323 *

Roman Historiography (3) PR: LATN 301

LATN 371*

Roman Comedy (3) PR: LATN 301

LATN 372*

Roman Satire (3) PR: LATN 301

LATN 373 *

Roman Biography (3) PR: LATN 301

SPAN 320*

Introduction to the Study of Hispanic Literature (3) PR: SPAN 313, and one of the following SPAN 312, 314, 328, or instructor permission

SPAN 328*

Spanish Language Study Abroad (3) PR: SPAN 275 or instructor permission

SPAN 361*

Survey of Spanish Literature I (3) PR: SPAN 320 or instructor permission

SPAN 362*

Survey of Spanish Literature II (3) PR: SPAN 320 or instructor permission

SPAN 446*

History of the Spanish Language (3) PR: SPAN 381 or instructor permission

SPAN 451*

18th- and 19th-Century Spanish Literature (3) PR: SPAN 320 and an additional 300-level literature course; or instructor permission

SPAN 452*

20th-Century Spanish Literature (3) PR: SPAN 320 and an additional 300-level literature course; or instructor permission

SPAN 453*

Don Quijote de La Mancha (3) PR: SPAN 320 and an additional 300-level literature course; or instructor permission

SPAN 473*

The Golden Age (3) PR: SPAN 320 and an additional 300-level literature course; or instructor permission

SPAN 474*

Contemporary Spanish Theatre (3) PR: SPAN 320 and an additional 300-level literature course; or instructor permission

SPAN 475*

Medieval Literature of the Iberian Peninsula (3) PR: SPAN 320 and an additional 300-level literature course; or instructor permission

Note: *Courses marked with an asterisk are taught in that language.

Cluster C: Economics, Politics, Society

Select one 3credit hour course from the following:

ANTH 326

Peoples and Cultures of Europe (3) PR: ANTH 101 or instructor permission

ECON 308

Evolution of Economic Doctrines (3) PR: Junior standing, ECON 200, 201, MATH 105 or 120, or instructor permission

ECON 310

International Economics (3) PR: Junior standing, ECON 200, 201, MATH 105 or 120, or instructor permission

ECON 330

Comparative Economic Systems (3) PR: Junior standing, ECON 200, 201, MATH 105 or 120, or instructor permission

FREN 380*

Le Concept de Marketing (3) PR: FREN 313 and 314

FREN 381*

French for World Business I (3) PR: FREN 313 and 314

FREN 382*

French for World Business II (3) PR: FREN 313 and 314

GRMN 331*

German for Business (3) PR: None

GRMN 332*

German in International Business (3) PR: None

INTB 314

Global Operations and Technology Management (3) PR: Junior standing, DSCI 232, MGMT 301, MATH 104 or 250, MATH 105 or 120

INTB 322

International Business (3) PR: Junior standing, ECON 200, 201

INTB 360

Special Topics in International Business (1-3) PR: Junior standing

INTB 409

Global Strategic Management (3) PR: Senior standing, ACCT 203, 204, DSCI 232, ECON 200, 201, FINC 303, INTB 314, MGMT 301, MKTG 302, 326, MATH 104 or 250, 105 or 120

MGMT 325

International Management (3) PR: Junior standing, MGMT 301

MGMT 391

The International Corporation: A Comparative Approach (3) PR: Junior standing, ECON 200, 201 or instructor permission

MKTG 326

International Marketing (3) PR: Junior standing, MKTG 302, ECON 200, 201

POLI 352

Geographies and Politics of the European Union (3) PR: None

SPAN 316*

Applied Spanish (3) PR: SPAN 313, 314 or 312 or 328, or 350 or instructor permission

SPAN 318*

Spanish for International Business (3) PR: SPAN 313, and one of the following SPAN 312, 314, 328, or instructor permission

TRAN 432

Global Logistics Systems Management (3) PR: Senior standing, TRAN 311, 312, INTB 322, ECON 200, 201

Note: *Courses marked with an asterisk are taught in that language.

Capstone: 3 credit hours

EUST 400

European Studies Capstone (3) PR: HIST 101 and 102 or their equivalents and a European language

FRENCH AND FRANCOPHONE STUDIES MINOR

Credit hours: 18+

At least 9 credit hours at the 200-level or above must be earned at the College of Charleston.

Required courses:

FREN 313

French Conversation and Grammar (3) PR: FREN 202 or instructor permission

FREN 314

French Conversation and Composition (3) PR: FREN 202 or instructor permission

Note: Some French majors may be exempt from this requirement by permission of the department chair. Native speakers may be required, upon instructor’s approval, to substitute FREN 313 and 314 with a 400-level course.

Select one course selected from the following:

FREN 320

A Survey of Francophone Literature (3) PR: FREN 313 and 314

FREN 326

A Survey of Francophone Civilization (3) PR: FREN 313 and 314

Select one course selected from the following:

FREN 321

A Survey of French Literature (3) PR: FREN 313 and 314

FREN 327

A Survey of French Civilization (3) PR: FREN 313 and 314

FREN 363

Advanced French Culture (3) PR: FREN 313 and 314

Select one additional 300-level course:

FREN 320

A Survey of Francophone Literature (3) PR: FREN 313 and FREN 314

FREN 321

A Survey of French Literature (3) PR: FREN 313 and 314

FREN 326

A Survey of Francophone Civilization (3) PR: FREN 313 and FREN 314

FREN 327

A Survey of French Civilization (3) PR: FREN 313 and 314

FREN 330

Collateral Study (1-3) PR: Instructor permission

FREN 341

Phonetics and Advance Language Study (3) PR: FREN 313 and FREN 314

FREN 342

Advanced French Grammar (3) PR: FREN 313 and FREN 314; or instructor permission

FREN 360

French Language Study Abroad (3) PR: FREN 202 or FREN 250, or instructor permission

FREN 361

Current Issues in France or the French Speaking World (3) PR: FREN 202 or FREN 250, or instructor permission

FREN 363

Advanced French Culture (3) PR: FREN 313 and 314

FREN 370

Studies in French and Francophone Literature and Film (3) PR: FREN 313 and FREN 314; or instructor permission

FREN 380

Le Concept De Marketing (3) PR: FREN 313 and FREN 314

FREN 381

French for World Business (3) PR: FREN 313 and FREN 314

FREN 382

French for World Business II (3) PR: FREN 313 and FREN 314

FREN 390

Special Topics in French (3) PR: FREN 313 and FREN 314 and one of the following: FREN 320, 321, 326, 327, 363; or instructor permission

Select one course from the following 400-level courses:

FREN 431

The Middle Ages and the Renaissance in France (3) PR: FREN 313 and FREN 314, and either FREN

320 or 321; or instructor permission

FREN 432

Literature of the 17th Century (3) PR: FREN 313 and FREN 314, and either FREN 320 or 321; or instructor permission

FREN 434

Literature of the 18th Century (3) PR: FREN 313 and FREN 314, and either FREN 320 or 321; or instructor permission

FREN 435

Literature of the 19th Century (3) PR: FREN 313 and FREN 314, and either FREN 320 or 321; or instructor permission

FREN 437

Literature of the 20th Century (3) PR: FREN 313 and FREN 314, and either FREN 320 or 321; or instructor permission

FREN 443

The Novel in France (3) PR: FREN 313 and FREN 314, and either FREN 320 or 321; or instructor permission

FREN 451

African Literature of French Expression (3) PR: FREN 313 and FREN 314, and either FREN 320 or 321; or instructor permission

FREN 452

Literature of the Maghreb (3) PR: FREN 313 and FREN 314, and either FREN 320 or 321; or instructor permission

FREN 482

French and Francophone Women Writers (3) PR: FREN 313 and FREN 314, and either FREN 320 or 321; or instructor permission

FREN 490

Special Topics in French (3) PR: FREN 313 and FREN 314, and either FREN 320 or 321; or instructor permission

FREN 491

Topics in Contemporary French and Francophone Cultures (3) PR: FREN 313 and FREN 314, and either FREN 320 or 321; or instructor permission

FREN 495

Capstone Seminar: Contemporary France and the Francophone World (3) PR: Two courses completed at the 400-level; senior status or department chair permission. Instructor permission.

FREN 496

Directed Reading (1-3) PR: FREN 313 and FREN 314 and one of the following: FREN 320, 321, 326, or 327; or instructor permission

FREN 498

Independent Study (1-3) PR: Instructor permission

FREN 499

Bachelor’s Essay (3) PR: Department chair permission

GERMAN MINOR

Credit hours: 18

At least 9 credit hours at the 200-level or above must be earned at the College of Charleston. The 18 credit hours must be above GRMN 202 or 250.

Required courses:

GRMN 313

German Conversation (3) PR: GRMN 202 or 250 or placement

GRMN 314

German Composition and Grammar (3) PR: GRMN 202 or 250 or placement

Select 12 credit hours from the 300-level or above:

GRMN 315

Advanced German Reading (3) PR: GRMN 202, 250, placement or instructor permission

GRMN 320

Special Assignment Abroad (3) PR: GRMN 202, 250, placement or instructor permission

GRMN 325

German Contemporary Issues (3) PR: GRMN 202, 250, placement or instructor permission

GRMN 326

German Media (3) PR: GRMN 202, 250, placement or instructor permission

GRMN 328

German Language Study Abroad (3) PR: GRMN 202, 250, placement or instructor permission

GRMN 329

Current Issues in Germany or the German-Speaking World (3) PR: GRMN 202, 250, placement or instructor permission

GRMN 330

Collateral Study (1-3) PR: GRMN 202, 250, placement or instructor permission

GRMN 331

German for Business (3) PR: One 300-level class, placement or instructor permission

GRMN 332

German for International Business (3) PR: One 300-level class, placement or instructor permission

GRMN 341

Advanced Grammar and Syntax (3) PR: One 300-level class, placement or instructor permission

GRMN 365

Introduction to Literature (3) PR: One 300-level class, placement or instructor permission

GRMN 390

Special Topics in German (3) PR: One 300-level class, placement or instructor permission

GRMN 413

Advanced German Conversation (3) PR: One 300-level course or instructor permission

GRMN 424

German Civilization and Culture (3) PR: One 300-level course or instructor permission

GRMN 460

German Literary Heritage (3) PR: Two 300-level courses or instructor permission

GRMN 468

Studies in Modern German Literature (3) PR: One 300-level course or instructor permission

GRMN 472

Studies in German Cinema (3) PR: One 300-level course or instructor permission

GRMN 490

Special Topics in German (3) PR: One 300-level course or instructor permission

GRMN 496

Directed Reading (1-3) PR: Instructor permission

GRMN 498

Independent Study (1-3) PR: One 300-level course or instructor permission

GERMAN STUDIES MINOR

Credit hours: 18

At least 9 credit hours at the 200-level or above must be earned at the College of Charleston.

Required courses

LTGR 250

German Literature in (English) Translation (3) PR: None

OR

 

LTGR 270

Studies in German Film (3) PR: None

Select 15 credit hours from the following:

ARTH 365

History of Northern Renaissance Painting (3) PR: 6 credit hours of art history or ARTH 299 or instructor permission

HIST 244

Political and Social History of Germany from 1866 to Present (3) PR: One course in pre-modern history and one course in modern history from the list of approved courses satisfying the general education history requirement (see http://registrar.cofc.edu/general-edu).

HIST 344

Modern European Cultural History (3) PR: One course in pre-modern history and one course in modern history from the list of approved courses satisfying the general education history requirement (see http://registrar.cofc.edu/general-edu).

HIST 345

Modern German Cultural and Intellectual History (3) PR: One course in pre-modern history and one course in modern history from the list of approved courses satisfying the general education history requirement (see http://registrar.cofc.edu/general-edu ).

MUSC 230

Masterworks of Music Literature (3) PR: MUSC 131 or instructor permission

PHIL 205

Existentialism (3) PR: None

PHIL 304

Nineteenth Century Philosophy (3) PR: Either 6 credit hours of PHIL other than 120 or instructor permission

PHIL 307

20th Century Continental Philosophy (3) PR: Either 6 credit hours of PHIL other than 120 or instructor permission

POLI 352

Geographies and Politics of the European Union (3) PR: None

LTGR 250

German Literature in (English) Translation (3) PR: None

LTGR 270

Studies in German Film (3) PR: None

GRMN 313

German Conversation (3) PR: GRMN 202 or 250 or placement

GRMN 314

German Composition and Grammar (3) PR: GRMN 202 or 250 or placement

GRMN 315

Advanced German Reading (3) PR: GRMN 202, 250, placement or instructor permission

GRMN 320

Special Assignment Abroad (3) PR: GRMN 202, 250, placement or instructor permission

GRMN 325

German Contemporary Issues (3) PR: GRMN 202, 250, placement or instructor permission

GRMN 326

German Media (3) PR: GRMN 202, 250, placement or instructor permission

GRMN 328

German Language Study Abroad (3) PR: GRMN 202, 250, placement or instructor permission

GRMN 329

Current Issues in Germany or the German-Speaking World (3) PR: GRMN 202, 250, placement or instructor permission

GRMN 330

Collateral Study (1-3) PR: GRMN 202, 250, placement or instructor permission

GRMN 331

German for Business (3) PR: One 300-level class, placement or instructor permission

GRMN 332

German for International Business (3) PR: One 300-level class, placement or instructor permission

GRMN 341

Advanced Grammar and Syntax (3) PR: One 300-level class, placement or instructor permission

GRMN 365

Introduction to Literature (3) PR: One 300-level class, placement or instructor permission

GRMN 390

Special Topics in German (3) PR: One 300-level class, placement or instructor permission

GRMN 413

Advanced German Conversation (3) PR: One 300-level course or instructor permission

GRMN 424

German Civilization and Culture (3) PR: One 300-level course or instructor permission

GRMN 460

German Literary Heritage (3) PR: Two 300-level courses or instructor permission

GRMN 468

Studies in Modern German Literature (3) PR: One 300-level course or instructor permission

GRMN 472

Studies in German Cinema (3) PR: One 300-level course or instructor permission

GRMN 490

Special Topics in German (3) PR: One 300-level course or instructor permission

GRMN 496

Directed Reading (1-3) PR: Instructor permission

GRMN 498

Independent Study (1-3) PR: One 300-level course or instructor permission

Note: Any additional courses, including special topics courses not listed in the Undergraduate Catalog and which pertain to the field of German studies, may count towards the minor, with the approval of the director of German studies.

GLOBAL LOGISTICS AND TRANSPORTATION MINOR

Credit hours: 18

Required courses:

ECON 303

Economics of Transportation and Geography (3) PR: Junior standing, ECON 200, 201

INTB 322

International Business (3) PR: Junior standing, ECON 200, 201

TRAN 311

Intermodal Transportation (3) PR: Junior standing, ECON 200, 201

TRAN 312

Global Logistics (3) PR: Junior standing, ECON 200, 201

TRAN 431

Issues in Global Logistics (3) PR: Senior standing, TRAN 311, 312, MGMT 322, ECON 200, 201, 303

TRAN 432

Global Logistics Systems Management (3) PR: Senior standing, TRAN 311, 312, INTB 322, ECON 200, 201

NOTES: Economics (ECON) 200 and 201 are pre-requisites for the courses required of this minor.  Students must meet with the program director (Kent Gourdin: gourdink@cofc.edu) for application in the spring of their sophomore year. Students are required to have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.50.  A professional training program is also required for students in this minor.

INTERNATIONAL STUDIES MINOR

Credit hours: 18

At least 9 credit hours at the 200-level or above must be earned at the College of Charleston.

Required courses:

INTL 100

Introduction to International Studies (3) PR: None

OR

 

HONS 173

Introduction to International Studies (3) PR: Nonet

Select one course from each of the following two categories:

Category I: Interdisciplinary Studies

ASST 101

Introduction to Asian Studies (3) PR: None

AFST 101

Introduction to African Civilization (3) PR: None

LACS 101

Introduction to Latin American and Caribbean Studies (3) PR: None

CPLT 200

Introduction to Comparative Literature (3) PR: ENGL 101 or 102, one additional literature course recommended

Category II: International Politics, History, Geography, Economics, Culture and Literature

POLI 103

World Politics (3) PR: None

HONS 166

Honors World Politics (3) PR: None

HIST 104

World History since 1500 (3) PR: HIST 103

GEOG 101

World Regional Geography (cross-listed as POLI 104) (3) PR: None

POLI 104

World Regional Geography (cross-listed as GEOG 101) (3) PR: None

RELS 105

World Religions (3) PR: None

INTL 120

Economics of Globalization (3) PR: None

ENGL 233

Survey of Non-Western 20th Century Literature (3) PR: None

OR

 

Any 200-level Literature in Translation survey course (i.e., LTPO, LTRS, LTFR, etc.)

 

LTAR 220

Modern Arabic Fiction (3) PR: None

LTAR 221

Islamic World Literature (in English Translation) (3) PR: None

LTAR 250

Arabic Literature in (English) Translation (3) PR: None

LTAR 270

Studies in Arab Cinema (3) PR: None

LTCH 210

Traditional Chinese Literature in Translation (3) PR: None

LTCH 220

Modern Chinese Literature in Translation (3) PR: None

LTCH 250

Chinese Literature in (English) Translation (3) PR: None

LTFR 250

Francophone Literature in (English) Translation (3) PR: None

LTGR 250

German Literature in (English) Translation (3) PR: None

LTGR 270

Studies in German Film (3) PR: None

LTHB 250

Hebrew Literature in (English ) Translation (3) PR: None

LTIT 250

Italian Literature in (English) Translation (3) PR: None

LTIT 270

Introduction to Italian Cinema (3) PR: None

LTJP 250

Japanese Literature in (English) Translation (3) PR: None

LTPO 250

Portuguese Literature in (English) Translation (3) PR: None

LTPO 270

Studies in Brazilian Film (3) PR: None

LTPO 280

Studies in Brazilian Civilization and Culture (3) PR: None

LTRS 210

19th century Russian Literature (3) PR: None

LTRS 220

20th century Russian Literature (3) PR: None

LTRS 250

Russian Literature in (English) Translation (3) PR: None

LTRS 270

Studies in Russian Film (3) PR: None

LTSP 250

Literature in (English) Translation (3) PR: None

LTSP 252

Contemporary Latin American Literature in Translation (3) PR: None

LTSP 254

Society, History and Culture in Spanish-American Literature (3) PR: None

LTSP 256

Magic and the Real: Latin American Literature and Film (3) PR: None

Select 9 credit hours directed toward a specific non-US geographic area (for example, Europe, Africa, Latin America, Asia, Middle East, etc.) or theme (for example, international human rights; international economy; international security, etc.) determined in consultation with the student’s International Studies advisor.

ITALIAN STUDIES MINOR

Credit hours: 18

At least 9 credit hours at the 200-level or above must be earned at the College of Charleston.

The 18 credit hours must be above ITAL 202 or ITAL 250.

Required courses

ITAL 313

Italian Conversation & Composition I (3) PR: ITAL 202 or placement or instructor permission

ITAL 314

Italian Conversation & Composition II (3) PR: ITAL 202 or placement or instructor permission

Select 3 credit hours selected from the following courses in Italian literature and culture in translation:

LTIT 250

Italian Poetry (3) PR: None

LTIT 270

Introduction to Italian Cinema (3) PR: None

LTIT 350

Italian Literature in (English) Translation (3) PR: None

LTIT 370

Studies in Italian Cinema (3) PR: None

LTIT 450

Italian Literature in Translation (3) PR: None

Electives: 9 credit hours selected from any LTIT course or the following:

ARTH 277

Renaissance Art (3) PR: None

ARTH 280

History of Baroque Art (3) PR: None

ARTH 370

History of Italian Early Renaissance Art (3) PR: 6 credit hours in ARTH, or ARTH 299, or instructor permission

ARTH 375

History of Italian High and Late Renaissance Art (3) PR: 6 credit hours in ARTH, or ARTH 299, or instructor permission

ENGL 203

Survey of European Literature I (3) PR: ENGL 110 or equivalent

HIST 336

Italian Renaissance (3) PR: One course in pre-modern history and one course in modern history from the list of approved courses satisfying the general education history requirement (see http://registrar.cofc.edu/general-edu).

MUSC 337

Opera Literature (3) PR: MUSC 131 or 230 or instructor permission

ITAL 328

Italian Language Study Abroad (3) PR: None

ITAL 330

Collateral Study (1-3) PR: Instructor permission

ITAL 361

Survey of Italian Literature I (3) PR: ITAL 202 or instructor permission

ITAL 362

Survey of Italian Literature II (3) PR: ITAL 202 or instructor permission

ITAL 370

Studies in Italian Film and Literature (3) PR: None

ITAL 390

Special Topics in Italian (3) PR: None

ITAL 452

20th-Century Italian Literature (3) PR: ITAL 313 or 314 or instructor permission

JAPANESE STUDIES MINOR

Credit hours: 18

At least 9 credit hours at the 200-level or above must be earned at the College of Charleston.

Required courses:

JPNS 313

Japanese Conversation and Composition I (3) PR: JPNS 202 or placement

JPNS 314

Japanese Conversation and Composition II (3) PR: JPNS 313 or placement

Select four courses from the following:

ARTH 103

History of Asian Art (3) PR: None

ARTH 243

History of the Art of Japan (3) PR: None

HIST 286

History of Japan to 1800 (3) PR: One course in pre-modern history and one course in modern history from the list of approved courses satisfying the general education history requirement (see http://registrar.cofc.edu/general-edu).

HIST 287

History of Modern Japan (3) PR: One course in pre-modern history and one course in modern history from the list of approved courses satisfying the general education history requirement (see http://registrar.cofc.edu/general-edu).

JPNS 343

Advanced Japanese Conversation and Composition (3) PR: JPNS 314 or instructor permission

JPNS 390

Special Topics (3) PR: None

LTJP 250

Japanese Literature in (English) Translation (3) PR: None

LTJP 350

Japanese Literature in (English) Translation (3) PR: None

LTJP 390

Special Topics in Japanese Literature in Translation (3) PR: None

POLI 343

Politics of East Asia (3) PR: None

RELS 248

Religious Traditions of China and Japan (3) PR: None

LATIN AMERICAN AND CARIBBEAN STUDIES MINOR

Credit hours: 18

At least 9 credit hours at the 200-level or above must be earned at the College of Charleston. Not more than 9 of the required credit hours may be in any one discipline (excluding LACS).

Note: Students are encouraged to fulfill their language requirement in Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese, or French. Students are encouraged to spend one summer or semester in a study abroad program in Latin America or the Caribbean.

Required courses:

LACS 101

Introduction to Latin American and Caribbean Studies (3) PR: None

Select two courses from the following:

ANTH 325

Peoples and Cultures of Latin America (3) PR: ANTH 101 or instructor permission

ANTH 327

Peoples and Cultures of the Caribbean (3) PR: ANTH 101 or instructor permission

ARTH 205

Pre-Columbian Art and Culture (3) PR: None

HIST 262

Colonial Latin America (3) PR: One course in pre-modern history and one course in modern history from the list of approved courses satisfying the general education history requirement (see http://registrar.cofc.edu/general-edu).

HIST 263

Latin America Since Independence (3) PR: One course in pre-modern history and one course in modern history from the list of approved courses satisfying the general education history requirement (see http://registrar.cofc.edu/general-edu ).

HIST 364

Sugar and Slaves in Colonial Brazil (3) PR: One course in pre-modern history and one course in modern history from the list of approved courses satisfying the general education history requirement (see http://registrar.cofc.edu/general-edu).

HIST 365

Modern Brazil (3) PR: One course in pre-modern history and one course in modern history from the list of approved courses satisfying the general education history requirement (see http://registrar.cofc.edu/general-edu).

LACS 103

Introduction to Contemporary Cuba (3) PR: None

LACS 104

Introduction to Contemporary Chile (3) PR: None

LACS 105

Introduction to Contemporary Brazil (3) PR: None

LACS 106

Introduction to Contemporary Argentina (3) PR: None

LTPO 150

Portuguese Literature in (English) Translation (3) PR: None

LTPO 250

Portuguese Literature in (English) Translation: A Foreign Literature (3) PR: None

LTPO 270

Studies in Brazilian Film (3) PR: None

LTPO 280

Studies in Brazilian Civilization and Culture Through Literature (3) PR: None

LTPO 350

Portuguese Literature in (English) Translation: A Foreign Author (3) PR: None

LTPO 450

Portuguese Literature in (English) Translation: Comparative (3) PR: None

LTSP 252

Contemporary Latin American Literature in Translation (3) PR: None

LTSP 254

Society, History, and Culture in Spanish-American Literature (3) PR: None

LTSP 256

The Magic and The Real in Latin American Literature and Film (3) PR: None

POLI 245

Cuban Revolution (3) PR: None

POLI 340

Politics of Latin America (3) PR: None

POLI 351

The Politics of Contemporary Brazil (3) PR: None

SPAN 333

Topics in Hispanic Cultures (3) PR: SPAN 313 and one of the following: 312, 314, 317, 328; or SPAN 350. Department chair permission required.

Select three courses from the following (including the above):

ANTH 328

Aztecs, Maya, and Their Ancestors (3) PR: ANTH 101 or 202 or instructor permission

ANTH 362

Social and Cultural Change (3) PR: ANTH 101 or instructor permission

ARTH 255

Latin American Colonial Art (3) PR: None

ENGL 233

Survey of Non-Western Twentieth-Century Literature (3) PR: ENGL 110 or equivalent

ENGL 234

Survey of Third World Masterpieces (3) PR: ENGL 110 or equivalent

ENGL 358

Colonial and Postcolonial British Literature (3) PR: ENGL 110 or equivalent

FREN 320

A Survey of Francophone Literature (3) PR: FREN 313 and 314, or instructor permission

FREN 326

A Survey of Francophone Civilization (3) PR: FREN 313 and 314 or instructor permission

HIST 261

Special Topics in Modern Asia, Africa or Latin America (as appropriate to Asian Studies) (3) PR: One course in pre-modern history and one course in modern history from the list of approved courses satisfying the general education history requirement (see http://registrar.cofc.edu/general-edu).

HIST 361

Special Topics in Modern Asia, Africa, Latin America (3) PR: One course in pre-modern history and one course in modern history from the list of approved courses satisfying the general education history requirement (see http://registrar.cofc.edu/general-edu).

HIST 366

Comparative Slavery in the Americas (3) PR: One course in pre-modern history and one course in modern history from the list of approved courses satisfying the general education history requirement (see http://registrar.cofc.edu/general-edu).

HIST 461

Research Seminar in Modern Asia, Africa, or Latin America (3) PR: One course in pre-modern history and one course in modern history from the list of approved courses satisfying the general education history requirement (see http://registrar.cofc.edu/general-edu).

LACS 200

Special Topics in Latin American and Caribbean Studies (3) PR: None

LACS 300

Special Topics in Latin American and Caribbean Studies (3) PR: None

LACS 332

Latin American Politics and Society in Film (3) PR: None

LACS 400

Independent Study in Latin American and Caribbean Studies (3) PR: None

POLI 266

International Diplomacy Studies (3) PR: None

POLI 347

International Development: Theories and Practice (3) PR: None

SOCY 362

Social and Cultural Change (3) PR: SOCY 101 or 102

SPAN 315

Special Assignment Abroad (3) PR: SPAN 313 and one of the following: SPAN 312, 314, 328; or SPAN 350; or instructor permission

SPAN 328

Spanish Language Study Abroad (3) PR: SPAN 275 or instructor permission

SPAN 333

Topics in Hispanic Cultures (3) PR: SPAN 313 and one of the following: 312, 314, 317, 328; or SPAN 350. Department chair permission required.

SPAN 371

Survey of Spanish-American Literature I (3) PR: SPAN 320 or instructor permission

SPAN 372

Survey of Spanish-American Literature II (3) PR: SPAN 320 or instructor permission

SPAN 447

Spanish Dialectology (3) PR: SPAN 381 or instructor permission

SPAN 454

Contemporary Spanish-American Poetry (3) PR: SPAN 320 and an additional 300-level literature course (SPAN 361, 362, 371 or 372; 390 may also be an option if the topic is literature; or instructor permission)

SPAN 455

Contemporary Spanish-American Fiction (3) PR: SPAN 320 and an additional 300-level literature course (SPAN 361, 362, 371 or 372; 390 may also be an option if the topic is literature; or instructor permission)

SPAN 456

Contemporary Spanish-American Theatre (3) PR: SPAN 320 and an additional 300-level literature course (SPAN 361, 362, 371 or 372; 390 may also be an option if the topic is literature; or instructor permission)

SPAN 457

Early Colonial Spanish-American Texts (3) PR: SPAN 320 and an additional 300-level literature course (SPAN 361, 362, 371 or 372; 390 may also be an option if the topic is literature; or instructor permission)

SPAN 458

Contemporary Hispanic-Caribbean Theatre (3) PR: SPAN 320 and an additional 300-level literature course (SPAN 361, 362, 371 or 372; 390 may also be an option if the topic is literature; or instructor permission)

RUSSIAN STUDIES MINOR

Credit hours: 18

At least 9 credit hours at the 200-level or above must be earned at the College of Charleston.

Required courses:

6 credit hours in Russian language selected from:

RUSS 201

Intermediate Russian (3) PR: RUSS 102 or placement

RUSS 202

Intermediate Russian (3) PR: RUSS 201 or placement

RUSS 313

Russian Conversation and Composition I (3) PR: RUSS 202 or placement

RUSS 314

Russian Conversation and Composition II (3) PR: RUSS 202 or placement

Select 3 credit hours in Russian literature of film from the following:

LTRS 110

Russian Folktales in Translation (3) PR: None

LTRS 120

Window into Russia: The major people, events, and influences of Russian cultural history (3) PR: None

LTRS 150

Russian Literature in Translation (3) PR: None

LTRS 210

19th Century Russian Literature (3) PR: None

LTRS 220

20th Century Russian Literature (3) PR: None

LTRS 250

Russian Literature in Translation (3) PR: None

LTRS 270

Studies in Russian Film (3) PR: None

LTRS 350

Russian Literature in Translation (3) PR: None

LTRS 450

Russian Literature in Translation (3) PR: None

Select 3 credit hours in Russian history and politics from the following:

HIST 343

Europe Since 1939 (3) PR: One course in pre-modern history and one course in modern history from the list of approved courses satisfying the general education history requirement (see http://registrar.cofc.edu/general-edu).

HIST 346

History of the Soviet Union (3) PR: One course in pre-modern history and one course in modern history from the list of approved courses satisfying the general education history requirement (see http://registrar.cofc.edu/general-edu).

POLI 260

International Relations Theory (3) PR: None

POLI 348

Politics of Protest and Revolution (3) PR: None

Select 6 credit hours in Russian language, literature, film, history, politics or art, selected from the courses listed above and/or from the following:

ARTH 350

History of Early Christian and Byzantine Art (3) PR: 6 credit hours in ARTH, or ARTH 299, or instructor permission

ARTH 390

20th Century European Art (3) PR: 6 credit hours in ARTH, or ARTH 299, or instructor permission

RUSS 295

Russian for Mass Media (3) PR: RUSS 202 or instructor permission

RUSS 330

Collateral Studies (1- 3) PR: Instructor permission

RUSS 331

Business Russian (3) PR: RUSS 202 or instructor permission

RUSS 390

Special Topics in Russian (3) PR: RUSS 313 or 314 or instructor permission

RUSS 398

Independent Study (1-3) PR: Instructor permission

SPANISH MINOR

Credit hours: 18

The 18 credit hours are above SPAN 202 or 250.

Required courses:

SPAN 275

Spanish Skills Review (3) PR: SPAN 202

SPAN 313

Spanish Composition (3) PR: SPAN 275

AND

 

SPAN 314*

Spanish Conversation (3) PR: SPAN 275

OR

 

SPAN 350

Intensive Conversation and Composition (6) PR: SPAN 275

SPAN 320

Introduction to the Study of Hispanic Literature (3) PR: SPAN 313, and one of the following SPAN 312, 314, 328, or instructor permission

SPAN 333

Topics in Hispanic Cultures (3) PR: SPAN 313 and one of the following SPAN 312, 314, 217, 328; or SPAN 350. Department chair permission is required.

Note: *SPAN 328 Spanish Language Study Abroad or SPAN 312 Spanish as a Heritage Language may also be used to satisfy the Spanish 314 requirement.

One elective at the 300 or 400-level:

SPAN 315

Special Assignment Abroad (3) PR: SPAN 313 and one of the following: SPAN 312, 314, 328; or SPAN 350; or instructor permission

SPAN 316

Applied Spanish (3) PR: SPAN 313 and one of the following: SPAN 312, 314, 328; or SPAN 350; or instructor permission

SPAN 317

Introduction to Spanish for Business (3) PR: SPAN 313 and one of the following: SPAN 312, 314, 328; or SPAN 350; or instructor permission

SPAN 318

Spanish for International Business (3) PR: SPAN 313 and one of the following: SPAN 312, 314, 328; or SPAN 350; or instructor permission

SPAN 333*

Topics in Hispanic Cultures (3) PR: SPAN 313 and one of the following SPAN 312, 314, 217, 328; or SPAN 350. Department chair permission is required.

SPAN 344

Advanced Grammar and Lexicon (3) PR: SPAN 313 and one of the following: SPAN 312, 314, 328; or SPAN 350; or instructor permission

SPAN 361

Survey of Spanish Literature I (3) PR: SPAN 320 or instructor permission

SPAN 362

Survey of Spanish Literature II (3) PR: SPAN 320 or instructor permission

SPAN 371

Survey of Spanish-American Literature I (3) PR: SPAN 320 or instructor permission

SPAN 372

Survey of Spanish-American Literature II (3) PR: SPAN 320 or instructor permission

SPAN 443

Morphology and Syntax (3) PR: SPAN 381 or instructor permission

SPAN 445

Spanish Phonetics and Phonology (3) PR: SPAN 381 or instructor permission

SPAN 446

History of the Spanish Language (3) PR: SPAN 381 or instructor permission

SPAN 447

Spanish Dialectology (3) PR: SPAN 381 or instructor permission

SPAN 448

Spanish Sociolinguistics (3) PR: SPAN 381 or instructor permission

SPAN 451

18th and 19th Century Spanish Literature (3) PR: SPAN 320 and an additional 300-level literature course (SPAN 361, 362, 371 or 372; 390 may also be an option if the topic is literature; or instructor permission)

SPAN 452

20th Century Spanish Literature (3) PR: SPAN 320 and an additional 300-level literature course (SPAN 361, 362, 371 or 372; 390 may also be an option if the topic is literature; or instructor permission)

SPAN 453

Don Quijote de la Mancha (3) PR: SPAN 320 and an additional 300-level literature course (SPAN 361, 362, 371 or 372; 390 may also be an option if the topic is literature; or instructor permission)

SPAN 454

Contemporary Spanish-American Poetry (3) PR: SPAN 320 and an additional 300-level literature course (SPAN 361, 362, 371 or 372; 390 may also be an option if the topic is literature; or instructor permission)

SPAN 455

Contemporary Spanish-American Fiction (3) PR: SPAN 320 and an additional 300-level literature course (SPAN 361, 362, 371 or 372; 390 may also be an option if the topic is literature; or instructor permission)

SPAN 456

Contemporary Spanish-American Theatre (3) PR: SPAN 320 and an additional 300-level literature course (SPAN 361, 362, 371 or 372; 390 may also be an option if the topic is literature; or instructor permission)

SPAN 457

Early Colonial Spanish-American Texts (3) PR: SPAN 320 and an additional 300-level literature course (SPAN 361, 362, 371 or 372; 390 may also be an option if the topic is literature; or instructor permission)

SPAN 458

Contemporary Hispanic-Caribbean Theatre (3) PR: SPAN 320 and an additional 300-level literature course (SPAN 361, 362, 371 or 372; 390 may also be an option if the topic is literature; or instructor permission)

SPAN 459

Chicano/a Literature (3) PR: SPAN 320 and an additional 300-level literature course (SPAN 361, 362, 371 or 372; 390 may also be an option if the topic is literature; or instructor permission)

SPAN 473

The Golden Age (3) PR: SPAN 320 and an additional 300-level literature course (SPAN 361, 362, 371 or 372; 390 may also be an option if the topic is literature; or instructor permission)

SPAN 474

Contemporary Spanish Theatre (3) PR: SPAN 320 and an additional 300-level literature course (SPAN 361, 362, 371 or 372; 390 may also be an option if the topic is literature; or instructor permission)

SPAN 475

Medieval Literature of the Iberian Peninsula (3) PR: SPAN 320 and an additional 300-level literature course (SPAN 361, 362, 371 or 372; 390 may also be an option if the topic is literature; or instructor permission)

SPAN 490

Seminar: Special Topics in Hispanic Literature (3) PR: SPAN 320 and an additional 300-level literature course (SPAN 361, 362, 371 or 372; 390 may also be an option if the topic is literature; or instructor permission)

SPAN 491

Special Topics in Language Studies (3) PR: SPAN 381; or instructor permission

SPAN 496

Directed Reading (1-3) PR: SPAN 320 and an additional 300-level literature course (SPAN 361, 362, 371 or 372; 390 may also be an option if the topic is literature; or instructor permission)

SPAN 498

Independent Study (1-3) PR: The topic must be verified by the department chair as Linguistics, one 300-level Spanish class in Linguistics and instructor permission.

SPAN 499

Bachelor’s Essay (6) PR: One 400-level Spanish class in the field of study and instructor permission

Note: *SPAN 333 may taken again as long as the subtitle differs from the required 333 course.

BUSINESS LANGUAGE IN SPANISH MINOR

Credit hours: 18+

Required courses:

SPAN 275

Spanish Skills Review (3) PR: SPAN 202

SPAN 317

Introduction to Spanish for Business

SPAN 318

Spanish for International Business

SPAN 333*

Topics in Hispanic Cultures

SPAN 418

Advanced Spanish for Business Communication

One course selected from:

SPAN 313

Spanish Composition (3) PR: SPAN 275

SPAN 328

Spanish Language Study Abroad (3) PR: SPAN 275 or instructor permission

NOTE: *The SPAN 333 course in question must cover a contemporary topic as confirmed with the Chair of Hispanic Studies.

BUSINESS LANGUAGE IN FRENCH MINOR

Credit hours: 18+

Required courses:

FREN 314

French Conversation and Composition (3) PR: FREN 202 or instructor permission

FREN 380

Le Concept de Marketing (3) PR: FREN 313 and 314

FREN 381

French for World Business I (3) PR: FREN 313 and 314

FREN 491

Topics in Contemporary French and Francophone Culture (3) PR: FREN 313 and 314, and either FREN 320 or 321; or instructor permission

OR

 

FREN 495*

Capstone Seminar (3) PR: Two FREN courses completed at the 400 level and senior status or department chair permission; instructor permission

NOTE: *With focus on business and commerce

One course selected from the following:

FREN 320

Survey of Francophone Literature (3) PR: FREN 313 and 314

FREN 326

Survey of Francophone Civilization (3) PR: FREN 313 and 314

One course selected from the following:

FREN 321

Survey of French Literature (3) PR: FREN 313 and 314

FREN 327

Survey of French Civilization (3) PR: FREN 313 and 314

Notes:

  • The School of Business strongly encourages students to complete the following courses by the end of their sophomore year: ACCT 203, 204; DSCI 232; ECON 200, 201; MATH 104 or 250 and MATH 105 or 120. These courses are pre-requisites for many upper level junior and senior business and economics courses.
  • The business and accounting programs offered by the School of Business are accredited by The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).