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International Studies Major Requirements

Degree: Bachelor of Arts

Credit Hours: 34+

"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

INTL 100

Introduction to International Studies (3) PR: None

OR

 

HONS 173

Introduction to International Studies (3) PR: None

INTL 300*

Comparative Methodology in International Studies (1) PR: None

INTL 495

International Studies Capstone (3) PR: 24 credit hours of a declared International Studies major

Note: *Students normally have between 18 and 21 credit hours of the International Studies major prior to enrollment.

Select one course from each of the following two categories:

Category I: International Politics, History, Geography and Economics

POLI 103

World Politics (3) PR: None

HONS 166

Honors World Politics (3) PR: None

HIST 116

Modern History (3) PR: None

HIST 102

Modern Europe (3) PR: None

HIST 104

World History since 1500 (3) PR: None

HONS 131

Honors Colloquium in Western Civilization - History section (3) PR: Honors student; CO: HONS 132

INTL 120

Economics of Globalization (3) PR: None

POLI 104

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

Category II: International Culture and Literature

RELS 105

World Religions (3) PR: None

ENGL 233

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

CPLT 200

Introduction to Comparative Literature (3) PR: None

OR

 

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

 

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 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: 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

LTRS 210

19th Century Russian Literature in (English) Translation (3) PR: None

LTRS 220

20th Century 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

LTSP 250

Literature in (English) Translation: A Foreign Literature (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: Latin American Literature and Film (3) PR: None

Select one of the following concentration areas (Asia, Africa, International Comparative Literature, Europe or Latin America and the Caribbean):

Africa Concentration (21+ credit hours)

The Africa Concentration in International Studies requires completion of 21 credit hours including a core of 6 credit hours, a Cross Regional (INTL 350) course of three credit hours, and 12 credit hours of electives with at least 3 credit hours in each of three disciplines which will include the core History courses.

Core 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).

Cross Regional Course

INTL 350

Cross Regional Studies (3) PR: None

Electives: 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

ARTH 210

African Art (3) PR: None

ENGL 233

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

OR

 

ENGL 234

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

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 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

POLI 266

International Diplomacy Studies (3) PR: None

POLI 342

Politics of Africa (3) PR: None

Foreign Language Requirement: Complete 202 (or the equivalent) in one foreign language and an additional 6 credit hours in the same or a different foreign language (or the equivalent).

Study Abroad Requirement: Earn 6 credit hours (may be applied to the Concentration).

300-level Credit Requirement: International Studies students must take a minimum of 9 credit hours at the 300-level or above in the International Studies major.

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

Asia Concentration (21+ credit hours)

The Asia Concentration in International Studies requires completion of 21 credit hours including a core of 3 credit hours, a Cross Regional (INTL 350) course of 3 credit hours, and 15 credit hours of electives chosen from History and Politics and Art, Literature and Culture categories with at least 3 credit hours in each of three disciplines.

Core Course

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

Cross Regional Course

INTL 350

Cross Regional Studies (3) PR: None

Electives (15 Credit Hours): Select 9 credit hours from one category and 6 credit hours from the other - History and Politics category and Art, Literature and Culture category.

Students may develop a regional specialization within the Asia Concentration in consultation with an advisor (for example, South Asia, Southeast Asia, China or Japan). Students may focus on Japan by taking their elective courses from those designated JAPN and fulfilling their language requirement in Japanese. No more than 6 hours at the 100-level may be counted towards the Asia Concentration. ARTH 103 cannot fulfill a requirement in more than one category.

History and Politics

ARST 273

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

CHST 270

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

HIST 276

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 277

Modern Middle East (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

History of 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

History of 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

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 ). JAPN

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). JAPN

LTAR 270

Arab Cinema (3) PR: None

PHIL 234

Eastern Philosophy (3) PR: None

POLI 343

Politics of East Asia (3) PR: None JAPN

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 365

International Relations of the Middle East (3) PR: None

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

Art, Literature, and Culture

ARST 100

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

ARST 240

Special topics in Arabic Studies (3) PR: None

ARST 340

Special topics in Arabic Studies (3) PR: None

ARTH 103

Survey of Asian Art (3) PR: None JAPN

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 JAPN

ARTH 308

Studies in Asian Art (3) PR: Instructor permission or 6 credit hours of art history or ARTH 299

ARTH 321

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

ARTH 322

Indian Painting (3) PR: Instructor permission or 6 credit hours of art history or ARTH 299

ASST 101

Introduction to Asian Studies (3) PR: None

ASST 105

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

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 JAPN

CHNS 390

Chinese Special Topics/Independent Study (3) PR: None

CHST 100

Chinese Civilization (3) PR: None

CHST 240

Special Topics in Chinese Studies (3) PR: None

CHST 340

Special topics in Chinese Studies (3) PR: None

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 350

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

LTAR 382

Arab Women Writers (3) PR: None

LTAR 450

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

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

JPNS 390

Special Topics (3) PR: None JAPN

LTJP 250

Japanese Literature in Translation (3) PR: None JAPN

LTJP 350

Japanese Literature: A Foreign Author (3) PR: None JAPN

LTJP 390

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

LTJP 450

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

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

Religions of China and Japan (3) PR: None JAPN

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.

Foreign Language Requirement: Complete 202 (or the equivalent) in one Asian language and an additional 6 credit hours in the same or a different Asian language (or the equivalent) or related language. Students with a Japan focus must fulfill the requirement entirely in Japanese.

Study Abroad Requirement: Earn 6 credit hours (may be applied to the Concentration).

300-level Credit Requirement: International Studies students must take a minimum of 9 credit hours at the 300-level or above in the International Studies major.

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

International Comparative Literature Concentration (22+ credit hours)

The Comparative Literature Concentration in International Studies requires completion of 22 credit hours including a core of 4 credit hours (including a 1 credit hour Capstone); 6 credit hours from selected literature surveys, and 12 credit hours of electives with at least 3 credit hours in each of three disciplines.

Core Courses (Note: CPLT 400 is 1 credit hour):

CPLT 200

Introduction to Comparative Literature (3) PR: None

CPLT 400

Comparative Literature Capstone (1) PR: Completion of all other coursework for the minor in comparative literature and presented to the program director.

Select two courses totaling 6 credit hours from the following:

ENGL 204

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

ENGL 226

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

ENGL 233

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

OR

 

ENGL 234

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

ENGL 319

Literary Criticism (3) PR: ENGL 110 or equivalent

LTFR 250

Francophone Literature in Translation (3) PR: None

LTSP 252

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

Select 12 credit hours from at least three different departments from the following courses. Please note: A maximum of two film courses may be applied.

Arabic

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

LTAR 350

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

LTAR 382

Arab Women Writers (3) PR: None

LTAR 450

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

Chinese

CHST 270

Stories of Chinese Youth: Chinese 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

LTCH 350

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

Classics

CLAS 103

Classical Mythology (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

English

ENGL 201

British Literature to 1800 (3) PR: English 110 or equivalent

ENGL 202

British Literature since 1800 (3) PR: English 110 or equivalent

ENGL 203

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

ENGL 204

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

ENGL 207

American Literature to the Present (3) PR: English 110 or equivalent

ENGL 212

The Cinema: History and Criticism (3) PR: English 110 or equivalent

ENGL 216

Introduction to African American Literature (3) PR: English 110 or equivalent

ENGL 233

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

ENGL 234

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

ENGL 313

African American Literature (3) PR: English 110 or equivalent

ENGL 314

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

ENGL 317

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

ENGL 318

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

ENGL 320

Young Adult Literature (3) PR: English 110 or equivalent

ENGL 321

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

ENGL 323

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

ENGL 325

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

ENGL 326

Irish Literature (3) PR: English 110 or equivalent

ENGL 327

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

ENGL 328

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

ENGL 335

Modern Poetry (3) PR: English 110 or equivalent

ENGL 336

Women Writers (3) PR: English 110 or equivalent

ENGL 337

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

ENGL 340

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

ENGL 352

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

ENGL 353

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

ENGL 357

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

ENGL 358

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

ENGL 360

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

ENGL 370

Major Literary Genres (3) PR: English 110 or equivalent

ENGL 390

Studies in Film (3) PR: ENGL 110, ENGL 212 or instructor permission

French

LTFR 150

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

LTFR 250

Francophone Literature in Translation (3) PR: None

FREN 320

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

FREN 321

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

FREN 326

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

FREN 327

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

FREN 370

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

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

German

LTGR 250

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

LTGR 270

Studies in German Film (3) PR: None

GRMN 365

Introduction to German Literature (3) PR: None

GRMN 460

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

GRMN 468

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

GRMN 472

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

Greek

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

Hebrew

LTHB 250

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

Italian

LTIT 250

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

LTIT 350

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

LTIT 370

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

LTIT 450

Italian Literature in (English) Translation (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

Japanese

LTJP 250

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

LTJP 350

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

LTJP 450

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

Latin

LATN 301

Introduction to Latin Literature (3) PR: LATN 301

LATN 305

Medieval Latin (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

Music

MUSC 337

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

Portuguese

LTPO 250

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

LTPO 350

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

LTPO 450

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

Religion

RELS 201

The Hebrew Bible (3) PR: None

RELS 202

The New Testament (3) PR: None

RELS 205

Sacred Texts of the East (3) PR: None

RELS 310

Sacred Texts (3) PR: Either 3 credit hours in religious studies or instructor permission

RELS 360

Myth, Ritual, and Symbol (3) PR: Either 3 credit hours in religious studies or instructor permission

Russian

LTRS 110

Russian Folktales in Translation (3) PR: None

LTRS 120

Window into Russia: The Major People, Events, and Influences of Russia's Cultural History (3) PR: None

LTRS 150

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

LTRS 220

20th Century 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

Spanish

LTSP 150

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

LTSP 250

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

LTSP 252

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

LTSP 256

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

LTSP 350

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

LTSP 450

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

SPAN 320

Introduction to the Study of Hispanic Literature (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 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 454

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

SPAN 455

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

SPAN 456

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

SPAN 457

Early Colonial Spanish-American Texts (3) PR: SPAN 320 and an additional 300-level literature course; or instructor permission

SPAN 458

Contemporary Hispanic-Caribbean Theater (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 Theater (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

Theatre

THTR 212

History of the American Theatre (3) PR: None

THTR 214

Modern American and European Drama (3) PR: None

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 316

African American Theatre (3) PR: Junior or senior standing

THTR 387

The Contemporary Theatre (3) PR: None

Foreign Language Requirement: Complete 202 (or the equivalent) in one language and an additional 6 credit hours in the same or a different foreign language (or the equivalent).

Study Abroad Requirement: Earn 6 credit hours (may be applied to the Concentration).

300-level Credit Requirement: International Studies students must take a minimum of 9 credit hours at the 300-level or above in the International Studies major.

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

Europe Concentration (21+ credit hours)

The Europe Concentration in International Studies offers a multi-disciplinary concentration. The Europe Concentration requires completion of 21 credit hours including a Cross Regional (INTL 350) course, and 15 credit hours of electives chosen from the History, Politics, Ideas and Economics category and the Literature and Culture category. Students must take at least 3 credit hours in each of three disciplines. All students must take the 3 credit hour European Studies Capstone (EUST 400).

Students may focus on Britain (BRT), Germany (GRM), Italy (ITL) or Russian (RUS) by taking their required courses that are so designated.

Cross Regional Course

INTL 350

Cross Regional Studies (3) PR: None

Electives (15 credit hours): Select 9 credit hours from one category and 6 credit hours from the other - History, Politics, Ideas and Economics category and Literature and Culture category.

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). GRM

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 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). ITL

HIST 337

The 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). GRM

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). GRM

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). GRM

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). RUS

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). BRT

PHIL 203

Philosophy of Human Nature (3) PR: None

PHIL 205

Existentialism (3) PR: None GRM

PHIL 201

History of Ancient Philosophy (3) PR: 3 credit hours in philosophy or instructor permission

PHIL 202

History of Modern Philosophy (3) PR: 3 credit hours in philosophy or instructor permission GRM

PHIL 240

Jewish Philosophy (3) PR: None

PHIL 250

Marxism (3) PR: None GRM

PHIL 304

19th-Century Philosophy (3) PR: None GRM

PHIL 306

20th-Century Analytical Philosophy (3) PR: None

PHIL 307

20th-Century Continental Philosophy (3) PR: None GRM

POLI 352

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

RELS 202

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

RELS 225

The Jewish Tradition (3) PR: None

RELS 230

The Christian Tradition (3) PR: None

ECON 308

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

ECON 310

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

ECON 330

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

FREN 380*

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

FREN 381*

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

FREN 382*

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

GRMN 331*

German for Business (3) PR: None GRM

GRMN 332*

German in International Business (3) PR: None GRM

RUSS 331*

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

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 418*

Advanced Spanish for Business Communication (3) PR: SPAN 317 and SPAN 318

INTB 322

International Business (3) PR: ECON 200 and 201

MGMT 325

International Management (3) PR: MGMT 301

MGMT 391

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

MKTG 326

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

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

Literature and Culture

ANTH 326

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

ENGL 201

British Literature to 1800 (3) PR: English 110 or equivalent BRT

ENGL 202

British Literature since 1800 (3) PR: English 110 or equivalent BRT

ENGL 203

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

ENGL 204

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

ENGL 302

Shakespeare (3) PR: English 110 or equivalent BRT

ENGL 304

Chaucer (3) PR: English 110 or equivalent BRT

ENGL 306

Milton (3) PR: English 110 or equivalent BRT

ENGL 314

The Sixteenth Century (3) PR: English 110 or equivalent BRT

ENGL 317

The Seventeenth Century (3) PR: English 110 or equivalent BRT

ENGL 318

The Eighteenth Century (3) PR: English 110 or equivalent BRT

ENGL 321

The Romantic Period (3) PR: English 110 or equivalent BRT

ENGL 323

The Victorian Period (3) PR: English 110 or equivalent BRT

ENGL 325

Modern British Literature (3) PR: English 110 or equivalent BRT

ENGL 326

Irish Literature (3) PR: English 110 or equivalent

ENGL 327

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

ENGL 328

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

ENGL 335

Modern Poetry (3) PR: English 110 or equivalent

ENGL 337

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

ENGL 340

Restoration and 18th-Century Drama (3) PR: English 110 or equivalent BRT

ENGL 350

Major Authors (3) PR: English 110 or equivalent

ENGL 357

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

LTFR 150

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

LTFR 250

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

LTGR 150

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

LTGR 250

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

LTGR 270

Studies in German Film (3) PR: None GRM

LTGR 450

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

LTIT 250

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

LTIT 270

Introduction to Italian Cinema (3) PR: None ITL

LTIT 350

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

LTIT 370

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

LTIT 450

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

LTRS 110

Russian Folktales in Translation (3) PR: None RUS

LTRS 120

Window into Russia: The Major People, Events, and Influences of Russia's Cultural History (3) PR: None RUS

LTRS 150

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

LTRS 210

19th century Russian Literature (3) PR: None RUS

LTRS 220

20th century Russian Literature (3) PR: None RUS

LTRS 250

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

LTRS 270

Studies in Russian Film (3) PR: None RUS

LTRS 350

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

LTRS 450

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

LTSP 250

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

LTSP 350

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

LTSP 450

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

ARTH 214

Ancient Greek Art (3) PR: None

ARTH 215

Ancient Roman Art (3) PR: None

ARTH 225

Medieval Art (3) PR: None

ARTH 277

Renaissance Art (3) PR: None ITL

ARTH 280

History of Baroque Art (3) PR: None ITL

ARTH 285

Modern Art (3) PR: None

ARTH 301

Studies in Ancient and Medieval Art (3) PR: Instructor permission or 6 credit hours of art history or ARTH 299

ARTH 303

Studies in Renaissance and Baroque Art (3) PR: Instructor permission or 6 credit hours of art history or ARTH 299

ARTH 306

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

ARTH 350

History of Early Christian and Byzantine Art (3) PR: Instructor permission or 6 credit hours of art history or ARTH 299 RUS

ARTH 355

History of Early Medieval and Romanesque Art (3) PR: Instructor permission or 6 credit hours of art history or ARTH 299

ARTH 360

History of Gothic Art (3) PR: Instructor permission or 6 credit hours of art history or ARTH 299

ARTH 362

History of Medieval Manuscript Illumination (3) PR: Instructor permission or 6 credit hours of art history or ARTH 299

ARTH 365

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

ARTH 370

History of Italian Early Renaissance Art (3) PR: Instructor permission or 6 credit hours of art history or ARTH 299 ITL

ARTH 375

History of Italian High and Late Renaissance Art (3) PR: Instructor permission or 6 credit hours of art history or ARTH 299 ITL

ARTH 381

Spanish Baroque Painting and Sculpture (3) PR: Instructor permission or 6 credit hours of art history or ARTH 299

ARTH 385

History of European Painting, 1700–1850 (3) PR: Instructor permission or 6 credit hours of art history or ARTH 299

ARTH 389

19th Century European Art (3) PR: Instructor permission or 6 credit hours of art history or ARTH 299 GRM

ARTH 390

20th-Century European Art (3) PR: Instructor permission or 6 credit hours of art history or ARTH 299 GRM, RUS

ARTH 394

History of 18th- and 19th-Century Western Architecture (3) PR: Instructor permission or 6 credit hours of art history or ARTH 299

ARTH 395

History of 20th-Century Architecture (3) PR: Instructor permission or 6 credit hours of art history or ARTH 299

MUSC 230

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

MUSC 337

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

MUSC 381

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

MUSC 382

Music History II (3) PR: MUSC 381 or instructor permission

THTR 310

Theatre History and Literature to 1750 (3) PR: None

THTR 311

Theatre History and Literature after 1750 (3) PR: None

THTR 387

The Contemporary Theatre (3) PR: None

FREN 220*

Special Assignment Abroad (1-3) PR: None

FREN 321*

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

FREN 327*

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

FREN 330*

Collateral Study (1-3) PR: 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 250 or permission of instructor

FREN 363*

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

FREN 370*

Studies in French and Francophone Literature and Film (3) PR: FREN 202 or 250 or permission of instructor

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 482*

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

GRMN 320*

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

GRMN 325*

German Contemporary Issues (3) PR: None GRM

GRMN 326*

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

GRMN 328*

German Language Study Abroad (3) PR: None GRM

GRMN 329*

Current Issues in Germany or the German-Speaking World (3) PR: None GRM

GRMN 365*

Introduction to Literature (3) PR: None GRM

GRMN 424*

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

GRMN 460*

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

GRMN 468*

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

GRMN 472*

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

ITAL 328*

Italian Language Study Abroad (3) PR: None ITL

ITAL 361*

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

ITAL 362*

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

ITAL 452*

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

SPAN 320*

Introduction to the Study of Hispanic Literature (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: SPAN 312, 314, 317, 328; or SPAN 350. Department chair permission required

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.

Capstone: Complete 3 credit hours from the following:

EUST 400

European Studies Capstone (3) PR: Consult with your faculty advisor.

Foreign Language Requirement: Complete 202 (or the equivalent) in one European foreign language and an additional 6 credit hours in the same or a different European foreign language (or the equivalent) or related language. Students with a Germany, Italy or Russia focus must fulfill the requirement entirely in those languages. Foreign language courses above the 200 level may double count for the major and Foreign Language Requirement.

Study Abroad Requirement: Earn 6 credit hours (may be applied to the Concentration).

300-level Credit Requirement: International Studies students must take a minimum of 9 credit hours at the 300-level or above in the International Studies major.

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

Latin America and the Caribbean Concentration (21+ credit hours)

The Latin America and the Caribbean Concentration in International Studies requires completion of 21 credit hours including a 3 credit hour core course, a Cross Regional (INTL 350) course of 3 credit hours, and 15 credit hours of electives chosen from the History and Politics and Literature, Film and Culture categories with at least 3 credit hours in each of three disciplines.

Students may focus on Brazil by taking their required and elective courses from those designated BRAZ and fulfilling their language requirement in Portuguese.

Core Course

LACS 101

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

Cross Regional Course

INTL 350

Cross Regional Studies (3) PR: None

Electives (15 Credit Hours): Select 9 credit hours from one category and 6 credit hours from the other - History and Politics category and Literature, Film, and Culture category.

History and Politics

ANTH 328

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

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

Modern 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 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). BRAZ

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). BRAZ

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).

POLI 340

Politics of Latin America (3) PR: None

POLI 351

Politics of Contemporary Brazil (3) PR: None BRAZ

POLI 347

International Development: Theories and Practices (3) PR: None BRAZ

POLI 245

Cuban Revolution (3) PR: None

POLI 266

International Diplomacy Studies (3) PR: None

Literature, Film, and Culture

ANTH 325

Peoples and Cultures of Latin America (3) PR: ANTH 101 or ANTH 202 or instructor permission

ANTH 327

Peoples and Cultures of the Caribbean (3) PR: ANTH 101 or ANTH 202 or instructor permission

ARTH 205

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

ARTH 255

Latin American Colonial Art (3) PR: None

ENGL 233

Survey of Non-Western 20th 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 Post-Colonial British Literature (3) PR: ENGL 110 or equivalent

FREN 320

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

FREN 326

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

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 BRAZ

LACS 106

Introduction to Contemporary Argentina (3) PR: None

LACS 332

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

LTPO 250

Portuguese Literature In Translation: A Foreign Literature (3) PR: None BRAZ

LTPO 270

Studies in Brazilian Film (3) PR: None BRAZ

LTPO 280

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

LTPO 350

Portuguese Literature In Translation: A Foreign Author (3) PR: None BRAZ

LTPO 450

Portuguese Literature In Translation: Comparative Literature (3) PR: None BRAZ

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

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

SPAN 455*

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

SPAN 456*

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

SPAN 457*

Early Colonial Spanish-American Texts (3) PR: SPAN 320 and an additional 300-level literature course; or instructor permission

SPAN 458*

Contemporary Hispanic Caribbean Theater (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.

Foreign language Requirement: Spanish, French and Portuguese. Complete 202 (or the equivalent) in Spanish, French or Portuguese language and an additional 6 credit hours in the same or the other language (or the equivalent) or related language. Students with a Brazil focus must fulfill the requirement entirely in Portuguese. Spanish, French and Portuguese language courses above the 200-level may double count for the major and Foreign Language Requirement.

Study Abroad Requirement: Earn 6 credit hours (may be applied to the Concentration).

300-level Credit Requirement: International Studies students must take a minimum of 9 credit hours at the 300-level or above in the International Studies major.

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