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Community Leadership and Civic Engagement Major

Global Emphasis Area

Students that want to work in the international arena may want to consider the Global emphasis area. Careers with large nongovernmental and intergovernmental organizations such as Habitat for Humanity, American Red Cross, United Nations, and World Bank work to provide services such as humanitarian aid, disaster relief, peace building, and conflict resolution.

Students pursuing the Global emphasis are required to take ECON 260: Principles of Microeconomics and Econ 261: Principles of Macroeconomics as well as four of the following, from at least three different departments:

  • ANTH 363  Globalization and Corporate Cultures 
  • ANTH 426  Political Anthropology 
  • ANTH 427  Economic Anthropology 
  • ANTH 467  Applied Anthropology 
  • COMS 362  Intercultural Communication 
  • COMS 454  Transnational Communication and Media 
  • ECON 330  International Economics 
  • GEOG 202  World Regional Geography  
  • JOUR 482  International News Communications 
  • JOUR 490  Ethnic Minorities and the News Media 
  • MKTG 367  Principles of Global Marketing 
  • POLS 386  Global Terrorism 
  • SOCI 457  Families in a Global Perspective 
  • Approved comparative politics courses 
  • Approved course work in non-United States history