The Bachelor of Arts degree in Global Studies requires completion of 120 credits, including at least 39 credits in the major as described below. Only designated courses satisfy major requirements, including Global Studies electives, and only approved
fieldwork experiences satisfy the Global Engagement requirement. The thematic clusters for electives are Places, Peoples, and Encounters; Markets and States; Rights, Justice, and Governance; and Urban, Media, and Environment. Courses and thematic
clusters should be chosen in consultation with an advisor.
Students are encouraged to download the Requirement Worksheet for Global Studies to track their progress. Students must receive
grades of C or above in all courses taken to fulfill major or minor requirements.
Global Studies also offers a minor (6 courses).
|UGLB 2110 (Dis)Order and (In)Justice||3|
|UGLB 2111 Global Economics ||3|
|Two Knowledge Base Electives||6–8|
|Five Global Challenge Electives (at least three in one cluster; at least three at 3000 level or above)||15–20|
|Collaborative Research Seminar||3-4|
|UGLB 3093 Global Engagement Colloquium (experiential requirement)||2|
|UGLB 4710 Senior Capstone Research Seminar||1-4|
|Four foreign language courses or proficiency exam (not all levels of languages are offered each term) ||0-16|