Globalization Studies BA, Four-Year Plan

Geography & Planning Department, College of Arts and Sciences

Interdisciplinary Studies with a faculty-initiated concentration in Globalization Studies.

Year One

Year One: Fall
  • AGLO 103 (IP)
  • AANT 119 or AATM 100 or AATM 107 or AGOG 101 (NS)
  • Foreign Language 1 (FL) (Major)
  • Arts Gen Ed (AR)
  • Elective
Year One: Spring
  • AECO 110 (SS)
  • Foreign Language 2 (Major)
  • UUNI 110 (WCI)
  • Professional Development or Elective
  • Elective
Year One: Summer
  • Consider coursework
  • Consider study abroad options (possible credit for GLO 402 and other GLO equivalent courses)

Year Two

Year Two: Fall
  • AGLO 225 or AGOG 225 or AUSP 225
  • Foreign Language 3 (Major)
  • Minor Course
  • Humanities Gen Ed (HU)
  • Mathematics and Statistics Gen Ed (MS)
Year Two: Spring
  • AGLO 303
  • AANT 108 or AGOG 102 or RPOS 102 or ASOC 200
  • Minor Course
  • U.S. Historical Perspectives Gen Ed (US)
  • Professional Development or Elective
Year Two: Summer
  • Consider a summer job or internship in the area of your studies
  • Consider study abroad options (possible credit for GLO 402 and other GLO equivalent courses)

Year Three

Year Three: Fall
  • GLO Regional Foci 1
  • Minor Course
  • Challenges 21st Century Gen Ed (CH)
  • Elective
  • Elective
Year Three: Spring
  • GLO Global Perspectives 300-400 level course
  • GLO Regional Foci 2
  • Minor Course
  • Elective
  • Professional Development or Elective
Year Three: Summer
  • Consider summer employment or internship in the area of your studies
  • Consider study abroad options (possible credit for GLO 402 and other GLO equivalent courses)

Year Four

Year Four: Fall
  • GLO Global Perspectives 300-400 Level Course
  • Minor Course
  • Elective
  • Elective
  • Elective
Year Four: Spring
  • AGLO 403Z
  • GLO Global Perspectives 300-400 Level Course
  • Minor Course
  • Elective
  • Professional Development or Elective
Year Four: Summer

Congratulations, you've completed your degree!

Notes

General Education Requirements, for students matriculating Fall 2014 and after

  • Mathematics and Statistics (MS)
  • Writing and Critical Inquiry (WCI)
  • Arts (AR)
  • Humanities (HU)
  • Natural Sciences (NS)
  • Social Sciences (SS)
  • International Perspectives (IP)
  • Foreign Language: One semester of collegiate study, or the equivalent, of a foreign language (FL)
  • Challenges of the 21st Century (CH)

 

Credit bearing Professional Development Options

  • RSSW 290, 291 and 390 – Community Service
  • Research within major
  • University Internship
  • Departmental Internship
  • U.S. Historical Perspectives (US)
  • Community Engaged Coursework
  • Study Abroad
  • Tutoring opportunities

This is a suggested course sequence.