International Studies is a broad, interdisciplinary social sciences degree that prepares students to engage with the global community. The social sciences integrate curriculum from the disciplines of anthropology, economics, geography, history, philosophy, political science, psychology, and sociology.
|Selective Courses, choose a minimum of 9 units from the following:||Units|
|ECON 102||Principles of Micro Economics||3 units|
|GEOG 100||Physical Geography||3 units|
|GEOG 150||World Regional Geography||3 units|
|HIST 202||U.S. History from 1877 to the Present||3 units|
|HIST 422||Modern Latin America||3 units|
|HIST 245||Race, Ethnicity and Immigration in the U.S.||3 units|
|PHIL 300||Introduction to World Religions||3 units|
|PLSC 103||Critical Thinking About World Politics||3 units|
|PLSC 170||Introduction to Comparative Politics||3 units|
|PSYC 106||Psychology of Prejudice and Discrimination||3 units|
|SPAN 131||Intermediate Spanish I||3 units|
|SPAN 132||Intermediate Spanish II||3 units|
|SPAN 140||Advanced Intermediate Spanish||3 units|
|SPAN 150||Spanish for Heritage Speakers I||4 units|
|SPAN 152||Spanish for Heritage Speakers II||4 units|
|SOCI 105||Social Problems||3 units|
|SOCI 141||Ethnicity and Race in Society||3 units|
And required General Education coursework and electives as needed to meet the minimum
60 units required for the Associate degree.
Please refer to the AA/AS Degree Requirements for more information.