International Studies includes such specialized areas as government service, education, humanitarian aid, international law, international business and peace studies. The student's program choices should be relevant to his/her intended career. Suggested area courses available at UCC are listed below. Additionally, it is assumed that the student will be computer literate. Students needing additional computer skills should acquire these as soon as possible in their studies.
Additional Program Suggestions
Students interested in government service, including working for the United Nations or the United States Department of State, should select courses from the group which includes:
- Anthropology 221, 222, and 223
- Political Science 201, 202 and 203
- Sociology 202, 203 and 204
Students interested in humanitarian aid should select science sequences which will prepare them for either medical or agricultural work.
Students interested in international business should consider courses such as:
- BA 211, 212 and 213, and/or BA 223
- additional mathematics and statistics courses
Students interested in international law should add Business Law, BA 226, to their curriculum.
Students interested in education should take:
- Political Science or
Students interested in peace studies should take Philosophy 201, 202 and 203.
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Associate Professor, Social Science