Program Designation: Minor
Program Contact: Dr. Helma de Vries-Jordan
Academic Division: Behavioral and Social Sciences
With the world rapidly "shrinking" because of the development of new technologies, an interdisciplinary minor in international affairs makes sense regardless of your major. A minor in international affairs will prepare you to work and live in the global community, whether you ultimately live in a small town in a rural area or a more cosmopolitan city.
If you minor in international affairs, you will have relatively few requirements to complete and a wide variety of courses from which to choose. For obvious reasons, the minor involves at least three terms of a world language and study abroad. Additional scholarship are available to help you afford studying abroad.
Browse our Study Abroad web site.