International Development Studies Minor

Minor - International Development Studies

Catalog Year: 2022-23


Core Courses12
Content Courses9
Total Hours21

Degree Specific Credits: 21

Required Cumulative GPA: 2.5

Note: At least seven credits must be upper division credits.

Core Courses

Complete four of the following courses:12
Culture and Population
Social Change
Culture, Health, and Healing
International Business
Sustainability Reporting
International and Development Communication
Issues in Economic Development
Advanced Topics in Economic Development
Social Issues: The Mekong Delta
Environmental Justice Issues & Solutions
Geography of World Regions
Mountains and Society
Modern Latin America
The History of Capitalism in Latin America, 1492 to the Present
Special Topics
Introduction to Sustainable Development: Global Vision and Local Actions
Special Topics
International Environmental Change
Community Forestry & Conservation
Environment & Development
Politics of Mexico
Global Environmental Politics
Global Health Issues
Experimental Offering: Comparative Politics
Climate Policies: China & U.S.
Politics of Global Migration
Development Administration
Politics of the World Economy
Tourism & Sustainability
Intro Development Sociology
Gender and Global Development
Women & Social Action in America
Social Work Global Context
Total Hours12

Minimum Required Grade: C-

Content Courses

Complete 9 credits of the following courses:9
Culture & Society
Central Asian Culture and Civilization
Indigenous Peoples & the Ethics of Development
Peoples and Cultures of World (Africa)
Culture and Population
Quantitative Ethnographic Field Methods
Culture and Identity
Anthropology of Gender
Issues in Sustainability
Sustainable Business Practices
Intercultural Communication
Communication in Nonprofit Organizations
Study Abroad/Tours (Hong Kong & China)
Economic Way of Thinking
Economics of the Environment
Introduction to Environmental Economics & Climate Change
Sustainable Communities
Climate Change: Mekong Delta
Food Justice and Sustainability
Foundation in Environmental Education
Natural Disasters
Human Geography
Community Resilience
High Asia
Modern Latin America
Latin America: Workers & Labor
The History of Capitalism in Latin America, 1492 to the Present
Latin American Human Rights & Memory
Global Current Events
Tribal Sovereignty
Mountain Environment and Development
Science and the Environment
Intro to Comparative Government
Intro to International Relations
Revolution & Reform in Modern China
Politics of Latin America
Politics of Africa
Politics of Mexico
Politics of China
International Security
Model United Nations
International Law & Organization
Politics of Social Movements
Tourism, Livelihoods and Sustainability in Mountains
Social Issues Southeast Asia
Rural Sociology
Population and Society
Sociology of Poverty
Introduction to India
Total Hours9

Minimum Required Grade: C-