If you have an interest in international learning, research, or language study, read on to learn more about the International Institute’s undergraduate academic programs.
Offer students a broad background in the study of a specific world region or global theme by drawing from courses in fields such as anthropology, economics, history, language, literature, political science, psychology, and sociology.
Minimum 30 hours of coursework related to a world region or global theme as well as area language competency. Available in:
- International Studies
- Middle Eastern and North African Studies
- Latin American and Caribbean Studies
- Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies
Minimum 15 credit hours of coursework on a particular world region or global theme. Available in:
- Central Eurasian Studies
- East European Studies
- International Studies*
- Islamic Studies
- Latin American and Caribbean Studies*
- Middle Eastern and North African Studies*
- Modern European Studies*
- Russian Studies
*Includes language competency
Concurrent Undergraduate/Graduate Study Program
Receive both a BA/BS in Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies or other eligible fields and an MA in five years.
Consultation and advice for undergraduates interested in studying a specific world region or global theme are available through each center. Centers that do not directly offer majors/minors support degree opportunities available in partnering units. Contact the center for more information.