Coordinator: Professor of Sociology and International Studies Ian Taplin
The minor provides an opportunity to explore the various facets of an increasingly globalized world. It is designed to expose students to a variety of transregional themes on the one hand and particular knowledge of specific regions on the other. Building upon an approved study abroad experience, students are able to develop a broader understanding of the complex and interdependent global forces that shape our current world.
Requirements for this minor and a current list of approved courses can be found at the link below:
For more information contact Jessica Francis (firstname.lastname@example.org) in the Center for Global Programs and Studies, 116 Reynolda Hall; tel: (336) 758-3890.