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Minor in International Studies—East Asia
• 18 hours, nine of which must be at the advanced level, three in residence.
• Demonstrated competency in Japanese or another relevant Asian language, subject to approval by the International
Studies Governing Committee.
• 12 hours of area-related course work, six from any field, three of which may come from the "general" list.
• Students are strongly encouraged to study abroad.

Minor in International Studies—Europe
• 18 hours, nine of which must be at the advanced level, three in residence.
• Demonstrated competency in French, German, Spanish, Portuguese or another relevant European language, subject
to approval by the International Studies Governing Committee.
• 12 hours of area-related course work.
• Students are strongly encouraged to study abroad.


Minor in International Studies—Latin America
• 18 hours, nine of which must be at the advanced level, three in residence.
• Demonstrated competency in Spanish, Portuguese or a relevant indigenous language, subject to approval by the
International Studies Governing Committee.
• 12 hours of area-related course work.
• Students are strongly encouraged to study abroad.


Minor in Mexican American/Latino Studies
• The minor field is open to any major and is offered jointly by the Department of History and the Department of English, Philosophy and Modern Languages.
• A minimum of 18 semester credit hours, nine of which must be selected from HIST 3316 (Mexican American History), 4315 (Hispanic Frontier in North America, 1513-1821), 4360 (History of Mexico) and SPAN 4395 (Mexican Literature and Culture).
• Nine hours may be selected from the "general list" of courses as delineated by the program coordinator of each respective department.
• Students also are required to have two years of Spanish, which do not count toward the minor. See the departmental program coordinator for courses, CLEP opportunities and options for native/heritage speakers.