Mission Statement: The upper-division international requirement will give students a broad base of knowledge about global issues and perspectives in a comparative context by exploring big questions both contemporary and enduring. It will introduce students to international frames of reference so that they may think critically about long-standing and newly emerging international issues. These courses will help students accept and appreciate the interdependence of nations and the viewpoints of other nations and give them the ability to communicate with people across international borders.
Participating in an approved learning abroad program is another way to fulfill the International Requirement. Contact the Learning Abroad Center for assistance in selecting a learning abroad program.