For more information, contact John W. Jensen, Director of Study Abroad
Rinker Center for International Programs, Ball State University, Pittenger Student Center, Room 102, Muncie, IN 47306  USA


MINOR IN INTERNATIONAL STUDIES, 16-17 credits

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IS 400 Capstone in Internatnl Studies 1
   
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Introduction to Art (3)
Intro to Cultural Anthropology (3)

Anth, Cult, and Globalization (3)
Mythologies of the World (3)
Intercultural Communication (3)
Early and Elem Educ Soc Just (3)
World Civilization 1 (3)
World Civilization 2 (3)

Non-Western Civilizations (3)
Selected Topics Latin Am Hist (3)
Foundations Asian Civilization (3)
Tradition and Chng Modern Asia (3)
Africa Since 1500 (3)
History of the Middle East (3)
Topics in African History (3)

Topics in Asian History (3)
Women Modern European History (3)

Europe Since 1945 (3)
France since 1789 (3)
Britain, 1760 to the Present (3)
Modern Germany (3)
Irish History (3)
Southern Africa (3)
Soviet and Post-Soviet History (3)
Topics in Middle East History (3)
History of Pre-modern East Asia (3)
Modern China, 1600 to Present (3)
Modern Japan, 1600 to Present (3)
Inquiries in Global Studies (3)
Intro to International Bus (3)
The Entrepreneurial Experience (3)

Introduction to Music (3)
Internatnl Natural Resources (3)
Env Mgt Developing Countries (3)
Human Dimensions Global Change (3)
Internat Community Development (3)
African Philosophy (3)
Comparative Political Systems (3)

American Foreign Policy (3)
International Relations (3)
Mod West Pol Thought (3)
Govs and Politics of W Europe (3)
British Gov and Politics (3)
Politics of the European Union (3)
Pols Russia and Successor Sts (3)
U N and International Org (3)
Internatnl Relations in Asia (3)
Politics of the Global Economy (3)
Hinduism (3)
Adv Study of Asian Religions (3)

Intro Race and Ethnic Relat (3)
Global and the Social World (3)
Pre-Modern Theatre History (3)





















































Any foreign language course in CH, FR, GER, JAPA, or SP (3-4) 
15-16
      16-17
No courses in any major or another minor may count in this minor. Any course in Chinese, French, German, Japanese, or Spanish not used in a major or minor may be used to meet requirements in this minor, except that no more than one class from each language may be used.

INTERNATIONAL STUDIES (IS)

400 Capstone in International Studies (1)
Using a portfolio approach, students review their international studies course work to create a comprehensive reflection of how it all fits together.
    Prerequisite: minimum 12 credits of completed international studies electives.

INTERNATIONAL STUDY ABROAD (INSA)

400 International Study Abroad (0-50)
Courses with the prefix INSA are reserved for participants in study abroad programs managed by affiliate providers. This placeholder course remains on the student's academic record until the record is updated by Study Abroad following the completion of the student's study abroad program. It will be dropped and replaced with Ball State University courses, credits, and grades equivalent to the course work completed abroad.
    Prerequisite: permission of the Rinker Center.
    A total of 50 credits may be earned.

INTERNATIONAL STUDY ABROAD (INTS)

300 Study Abroad Immersive Projects (1-15)
Participation in immersive assignments/projects at an approved study abroad site. Assignments/projects will be designed and implemented so as to meet immersive education criteria as defined by Ball State.
    A total of 15 credits may be earned.