All Global Education Classes for the Regional Studies Option

Below is a complete listing of all approved Global Education classes for the Regional Studies Option. Not all classes are offered every semester. For classes being offered for next semester, click here.

African Studies Region

All language, literature or cultural courses conducted in Arabic, French or Portuguese, and the following courses taught in English.

Anthro 104 Culture, Soc. & People
Anthro 105 Language, Culture & Communication
Anthro 106 Culture through Film
Art Hist 324 Modern Art 1880-present
Comm 212 Cultural Codes in Communication
Comm 340 History of Film to 1950
Comm  397VV - ST-Cinema From The African Diaspora
Comp-Lit 121 Int’l Short Story
Comp-Lit 122 Spiritual Autobiography
Comp-Lit 131 Brave New World
Comp-Lit 233 Fantasy & World Lit.
Comp-Lit 355 Modern African Lit.
Econ 121 International Economics
Econ 305 Marxian Economics
Econ 308 Political Economy of the Environment
Econ 321 International Economic Theory
Econ 322 International Trade
Econ 366 Economic Development
Econ 367 Development Post-Independence Africa
English 144World Literature
English 205 Intro to Post Colonial Studies
Educ 229 International Education
Educ 396E International Education
FoodSci 102 World Food Habits
GeoSci 102 Human Landscape
History  161 - Hst-Africa Snc 1500
History 260 Power/ Violence in S. Africa
Honors 291I International Issues
Honors 295C Study Abroad (1 cr.)
Honors 491G X Cultural/Re-entry & ISP Project
Honors 495A Leadership /Global Community (1 cr.)
Labor 190A Labor & a Global Economy
Linguist 101 People and their Language
Music 150 Lively Arts
Plsoilin 190C Cultural Entomology
Plsoilin 297 C Traditional Herbal Medicine(1 cr.)
Plsoilin 297J Clinical Herbalism (1 cr.)
PoliSci 111 Comparative Politics
PoliSci 121 World Politics
PoliSci 252 Globalization, Gov.& World Order
Polisci  343 - 01   Gov&Pol East Africa
Polisci 351 International Security Policy
PoliSci 356 International Law
Polisci 359 International Political Economics
Polisci 393A Nationalism, Ethnicity, Governance
Res-Econ 121 Hunger in a Global Economy
Soc 360 Urban Sociology
Wost 201 Gender and Difference, Critical Analyses
Wost 301 - Theorizing Gender, Race, and Power

Asian Studies Region

All language, literature or cultural courses conducted in Chinese or Japanese, and the following courses taught in English.

Anthro 104 Culture, Soc. & People
Anthro 105 Language, Culture & Communication
Anthro 106 Culture through Film
Art Hist 324 Modern Art 1880-present
Asian St 397B Bridging Asian & Asian American
Chinese 136 Intro Chinese Cinema
Chinese 140 Chinese Script
Chinese 153 - Chinese Literature: Poetry
Comm 212 Cultural Codes in Communication
Comm 340 History of Film to 1950
Comp-Lit 121 International Short Story
Comp-Lit 122 Spiritual Autobiography
Comp-Lit 131 Brave New World
Comp-Lit 141 Good & Evil, East/West
Comp-Lit 233 Fantasy & World Lit.
Econ 121 International Economics
Econ 305 Marxian Economics
Econ 308 Political Economy of the Environment
Econ 321 International Monetary Theory
Econ 322 International Trade
Econ 366 Economic Development
Educ 229 International Education
Educ 396E International Education
English 144World Literature
English 205 Intro to Post Colonial Studies
FoodSci 102 World Food Habits
GeoSci 102 Human Landscape
History  247 - Empire, Race, and the Philippines
History 269 The American War in Vietnam
History 291E Intro to S. Asia History & Culture
History 345 - China In 19Th Century
Honors 291I International Issues
Honors 295C Study Abroad (1 cr.)
Honors 491G X Cultural / Re-entry & ISP Project
Honors 495A Leadership /Global Community (1 cr.)
Japanese 135 Japanese Art & Culture
Japanese 144 Modern Literature in Japan
Japanese 197C Intro to Japanese Religions
Japanese 197M Study Abroad in Japan
Japanese 235 Performing Arts in Japan
Japanese 391S Women Writers of Japan
Japanese 392M Japan Buddhism & Arts
Labor 190A Labor & a Global Economy
Linguist 101 People and their Language
Music 150 Lively Arts
Plsoilin 190C Cultural Entomology
Plsoilin 297C Traditional Herbal Medicine (1 cr.)
Plsoilin 297J Clinical Herbalism (1 cr.)
PoliSci 111 Comparative Politics
PoliSci 121 World Politics
PoliSci 356 International Law
Res-Econ 121 Hunger in a Global Economy
Soc 360 Urban Sociology
Wost 201 Gender and Difference, Critical Analyses
Wost 301 - Theorizing Gender, Race, and Power

Latin American Studies Region

All language, literature or cultural courses conducted in Spanish or Portuguese, and the following courses taught in English.

Anthro 104 Culture, Soc. & People
Anthro 105 Language, Culture Communication
Anthro 106 Culture through Film
Art Hist 324 Modern Art 1880-present
Art-Hist 385 Great Themes in Art -Chicana
Comm 212 Cultural Codes in Communication
Comm 340 History of Film to 1950
Comp-Lit 121 Int’l Short Story
Comp-Lit 122 Spiritual Autobiography
Comp-Lit 131 Brave New World
Comp-Lit 233 Fantasy & World Lit.
Econ 121 International Economics
Econ 305 Marxian Economics
Econ 308 Political Economy of the Environment
Econ 321 International Monetary Theory
Econ 322 International Trade
Econ 366 Economic Development
Educ 229 International Education
English 144 World Literature
English 205 Intro to Post Colonial Studies
FoodSci 102 World Food Habits
GeoSci 102 Human Landscape
History 120 – Latin Amer Civ: Colonial Period
History 352 - Topics: Latin American History
History 354 History of Mexico
Honors 291I International Issues
Honors 295C Study Abroad (1 cr.)
Honors 491G X Cultural/Re-entry & ISP Project
Honors 495A Leadership/Global Community (1 cr.)
Labor 190A labor & a Global Economy
Linguist 101 People and their Language
Music 150 Lively Arts
Phil 336 Existential Philosophy
Plsoilin 190C Cultural Entomology
Plsoilin 297C Traditional Herbal Medicine (1cr)
Plsoilin 297J Clinical Herbalism (1 cr.)
PoliSci 111 Comparative Politics
PoliSci 121 World Politics
PoliSci 245 Politics of English Speaking Crb
Poli-Sci 253 International Environmental Policy
Poli-Sci 356 International Law
Poli-Sci 391E Rules of War
Res-Econ 121 Hunger in a Global Economy
Soc 360 Urban Sociology
Wost 201 Gender and Difference, Critical Analyses
Wost 301 - Theorizing Gender, Race, and Power
Wost 393C Caribbean Wm Writing Resist

Middle Eastern Studies Region

All language, literature or cultural courses conducted in Arabic or Hebrew, and the following courses taught in English.

Anthro 104 Culture, Soc. & People
Anthro 105 Language, Culture & Communication
Anthro 106 Culture through Film
Art Hist 324 Modern Art 1880-present
Comm 212 Cultural Codes in Communication
Comm 340 History of Film to 1950
Comp-Lit 121 Int’l Short Story
Comp-Lit 122 Spiritual Autobiography
Comp-Lit 131 Brave New World
Comp-Lit 233 Fantasy & World Lit.
Comp-Lit 319 Representing Holocaust
Econ 121 International Economics
Econ 305 Marxian Economics
Econ 308 Political Economy of the Environment
Econ 321 International Economic Theory
Econ 322 International Trade
Econ 366 Economic Development
Educ 229 International Education
Educ 396E International Education
English 319 Representing the Holocaust
FoodSci 102 World Food Habits
GeoSci 102 Human Landscape
Honors 291I International Issues
Honors 295C Study Abroad (1 cr.)
Honors 491G X Cultural/Re-entry & ISP Project
Honors 495A LeadershipGlobal Community (1 cr.)
Judaic 102 Jewish People II
Judaic 319 Representing the Holocaust
Judaic 344 Film and Society in Israel
Judaic 350 Jewish Law and Society
Judaic 363 Negotiating Religion and State
Judaic 374 Culture and Immigration in Israel
Labor 190A Labor in a Global Economy
Linguist 101 People and their Language
Music 150 Lively Arts
Plsoilin 190C Cultural Entomology
Plsoilin 297C Traditional Herbal Medicine (1cr)
Plsoilin 297J Clinical Herbalism (1 cr.)
PoliSci 111 Comparative Politics
PoliSci 121 World Politics
Poli-Sci 253 International Environmental
Policy Poli-Sci 333 Gov’t &  Politics of the Mid-East
Poli-Sci 356 International Law
Poli-sci 391E Rules of War
Res-Econ 121 Hunger in a Global Economy
Soc 360 Urban Sociology
Wost 201 Gender and Difference, Critical Analyses
Wost 301 - Theorizing Gender, Race, and Power

Northern European Studies Region

All language, literature or cultural courses conducted in Dutch, German or Swedish, and the following courses taught in English.

Anthro 104 Culture, Soc. & People
Anthro 105 Language, Culture & Communication
Anthro 106 Culture through Film
Art-Hist 323 European Art 1780-1880
Art Hist  324 Modern Art 1880-present
Comm 212 Cultural Codes in Communication
Comm 340 History of Film to 1950
Comp-Lit 121 International Short Story
Comp-Lit 122 Spiritual Autobiography
Comp-Lit 131 Brave New World
Comp-Lit 141 Good & Evil: East & West
Comp-Lit 233 Fantasy & World Lit.
Comp-Lit 319 Representing Holocaust
Comp-Lit 381 Self-Reflective Avant-Garde Film
Comp-Lit 391D War Stories
Econ 121 International Economics
Econ 305 Marxian Economics
Econ 308 Political Economy of the Environment
Econ 321 International Monetary Theory
Econ 322 International Trade
Econ 366 Economic Development
Educ 229 International Education
Educ 396E International Education
English 319 Representing the Holocaust
Food-Sci 102 World Food Habits
Geo-Sci 102 Human Landscape
German 323 Modern German History
German 363 Witches/ Myth, Reality
German 372 Vienna 1890-1914
German 391G - German Studies Junior Seminar
History 101 Western Thought Since 1600
History 111 - Wrl&Ris Wst,1450-Prs
History 297K 20th Century Europe
Honors 291I International Issues
Honors 295C Study Abroad (1 cr.)
Honors 491G X Cultural/Re-entry & ISP Project
Honors 495A Leadership/Global Community (1 cr.)
Judaic 102 Jewish People II
Judaic 363 Jewish Negotiate Religion/State
Labor 190A Labor in a Global Economy
Linguist 101 People and their Language
Music 150 Lively Arts
Phil 336 Existential Philosophy
Plsoilin 190C Cultural Entomology
Plsoilin 297C Traditional Herbal Medicine(1 cr.)
Plsoilin 297J Clinical Herbalism (1 cr.)
Poli-Sci 111 Comparative Politics
Poli-Sci 121 World Politics
Poli-Sci 253 International Environmental Policy
Poli-Sci 356 International Law
Poli-sci 391E Rules of War
Res-Econ 121 Hunger in a Global Economy
Soc 360 Urban Sociology
Wost 201 Gender and Difference, Critical Analyses
Wost 301 - Theorizing Gender, Race, and Power

Eastern European Studies Region

All language, literature or cultural courses conducted in Polish, Russian or Yiddish, and the following courses taught in English.

Anthro 104 Culture, Soc. & People
Anthro 105 Language, Culture & Communication
Anthro 106 Culture through Film
Art-Hist 323 European Art 1780-1880
Art Hist 324 Modern Art 1880-present
Comm 212 Cultural Codes in Communication
Comm 340 History of Film to 1950
Comp-Lit 121 International Short Story
Comp-Lit 122 Spiritual Autobiography
Comp-Lit 131 Brave New World
Comp-Lit 141 Good and Evil, East & West
Comp-Lit 233 Fantasy & World Lit.
Comp-Lit 319 Representing Holocaust
Comp-Lit 381 Self-Reflective Avant-Garde Film
Comp-Lit 391D War Stories
Comp-Lit 393R Polish & Russian Writers
Econ 121 International Economics
Econ 305 Marxian Economics
Econ 308 Political Economy of the Environment
Econ 321 International Monetary Theory
Econ 322 International Trade
Econ 366 Economic Development
Educ 229 International Education
Educ 396E International Education
English 319 Representing Holocaust
FoodSci 102 World Food Habits
GeoSci 102 Human Landscape
German 363 Witches/ Myth, Reality
History 101 West Thought Since 1600
History 111  Wrl & Rise West,1450-Prs
History 315 Tsarist Russia
History 393C 1000 Years Polish History
History 297K 20th Century Europe
Honors 291I International Issues
Honors 295C Study Abroad (1 cr.)
Honors 491G X Cultural/Re-entry & ISP Project
Honors 495A LeadershipGlobal Community (1 cr.)
Judaic 102 Jewish People II
Judaic 319 Representing the Holocaust
Judaic 363 Jewish Negotiate Religion/State
Labor 190A Labor in a Global Economy
Linguist 101 People and their Language
Music 150 Lively Arts
Phil 336 Existential Philosophy
Plsoilin 190C Cultural Entomology
Plsoilin 297C Traditional Herbal Medicine (1cr)
Plsoilin 297J Clinical Herbalism (1 cr.)
Poli-Sci 111 Comparative Politics
Poli-Sci 121 World Politics
PoliSci 253 International Environmental Policy
PoliSci 356 International Law
Polisci 391E Rules of War
Res-Econ 121 Hunger in a Global Economy
Russian 197S Russian Songs
Russian 250 Russian Culture
Soc 360 Urban Sociology
Wost 201 Gender and Difference, Critical Analyses
Wost 301 - Theorizing Gender, Race, and Power

Southern European Studies Region

All language, literature or cultural courses conducted in French, Greek, Italian, Latin, Portuguese or Spanish, and the following courses taught in English.

Anthro 104 Culture, Soc. & People
Anthro 105 Language, Culture & Communication
Anthro 106 Culture through Film
Anthro 397ES - Ethnography of Spain
Art-Hist 323 European Art 1780-1880
Art-Hist 324 Modern Art 1880-Present
Comm 212 Cultural Codes in Communication
Comm 340 History of Film to 1950
Comp-Lit 121 International Short Story
Comp-Lit 122 Spiritual Autobiography
Comp-Lit 131 Brave New World
Comp-Lit 141 Good and Evil, East & West
Comp-Lit 233 Fantasy & World Lit.
Comp-Lit 319 Representing Holocaust
Comp-Lit 350 French Film
Comp-Lit 381 Self-Reflective Avant-Garde Film
Comp-Lit 391D War Stories
Econ 121 International Economics
Econ 305 Marxian Economics
Econ 308 Political Economy of the Environment
Econ 321 International Monetary Theory
Econ 322 International Trade
Econ 366 Economic Development
Educ 229 International Education
Educ 396E International Education
English 319 Representing the Holocaust
Food-Sci 102 World Food Habits
French 350 French Film
Geo-Sci 102 Human Landscape
German 363 Witches/Myth, Reality
History 101 West Thought Since 1600
History 111 Wrl Rise of the West 1450-present
History 247 - Empire, Race, and the Philippines
History 297K 20th Century Europe
Honors 291I International Issues
Honors 295C Study Abroad (1 cr.)
Honors 491G X Cultural/Re-entry & ISP Project
Honors 495A Leadership/Global Community (1 cr.)
Judaic 102 Jewish People II
Judaic 319 Representing the Holocaust
Labor 190A Labor in a Global Economy
Linguist 101 People and their Language
Music 150 Lively Arts
Phil 336 Existential Philosophy
Plsoilin 190C Cultural Entomology
Plsoilin 297C Traditional Herbal Medicine(1 cr)
Plsoilin 297J Clinical Herbalism (1 cr.)
PoliSci 111 Comparative Politics
PoliSci 121 World Politics
PoliSci 253 International Environmental Policy
PoliSci 356 International Law
Polisci 391E Rules of War
Res-Econ 121 Hunger in a Global Economy
Soc 360 Urban Sociology
Span 397PP Spanish Cinema
Wost 201 Gender and Difference, Critical Analyses
Wost 301 - Theorizing Gender, Race, and Power