Professional Concentration Areas
All professional concentration areas require 4 upper-division courses (16 credits) unless noted otherwise.
- Lists of electives are not exhaustive, but simply list courses which are known to teach material relevant to the professional concentrations. If student find other courses which may be appropriate electives in a given concentration area, they may consult with the INTL undergraduate advisors for approval.
- Non-INTL courses listed as approved electives may have pre-requisites in place as required by those departments. INTL majors are responsible for completing pre-requisites for those courses, in addition to the elective course approved for their Block B. INTL staff and advisors are not able to override these pre-requisites for INTL majors; all requests such as these should be directed to the appropriate departments.
Select one of the areas below for more information:
- Comparative International Development
- Cross-cultural Communication & Education
- Culture, Art & Development
- Diplomacy and International Relations
- Global Health & Development
- International Business
- International Economics
- International Environment
- International Gender Issues
- International Nonprofit Management
- International Tourism
- Law and Human Rights
- Media, Journalism and Communications
- Migration, Displacement & Refugees
- Peace Studies and Conflict Resolution
- Second Language Acquisition & Teaching