The minor in 21st Century Studies complements many majors across the university by offering students new ways of thinking about the complicated issues of 21st century life around the world. Transdisciplinary and internationally focused, the program requires students to study abroad between the spring introductory course and the fall capstone in which they complete a year-long research project using both traditional and nontraditional methods and materials.
Minors must also satisfy the Center’s Foreign Language Requirement in one of three ways: by passing at least four years of a single high school foreign language, by passing 2106 in their language of choice, or by proficiency verified by CLEP exam for any foreign language at 2106 level.
A minimum of 18 hours and a minor GPA of 2.0 are required for the minor. Courses used to fulfill a major may not count as electives for this minor.
2974: INDEPENDENT STUDY
2974H: INDEPENDENT STUDY Honors
2984: SPECIAL STUDY
3954: STUDY ABROAD
4004: CAPSTONE SEMINAR
4974: INDEPENDENT STUDY
4974H: INDEPENDENT STUDY Honors
4984: SPECIAL STUDY
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