Global Studies (GLST), Minor

Requirements for Students Matriculating in or before Academic Year 2017-2018. Learn more about University Academic Regulation 3.1.

Emily Fekete, 334 MUR, 405-744-9171

Total Hours: 17 hours

Minor Requirements
Select 17 hours from at least three disciplinary areas:17
GLST 2103Global Perspectives (IS)3
GLST 2002Global Sustainability2
One regional course to be selected from:3
Exploring North America and Diversity (DS)
Exploring North America and Diversity (DS)
Europe (IS)
Europe (IS)
Latin America (IS)
Latin America (IS)
Russia and Its Neighbors (IS)
Russia and Its Neighbors (IS)
Asia (IS)
Asia (IS)
Africa (IS)
Africa (IS)
The Middle East (IS)
The Middle East (IS)
Australia and the Pacific Realm (IS)
Australia and the Pacific Realm (IS)
Introduction to Central Asian Studies (IS)
Or one second year or higher foreign language course
GLST 4513Senior Capstone Experience (Or an approved credit-granting study abroad experience)3
6 hours from one thematic area of emphasis:6
Culture, the arts and humanities:
Cultural Anthropology (IS)
Peoples of Mesoamerica (IS)
Comparative Cultures (IS)
Art East and West: Biases and Borrowings
The Visual Culture of the Islamic World (HI)
Architecture and Space in East Asia
History of International Film (HI)
Contemporary International Cinema
Cultural Geography (S)
Geographies of New Media
Geography of Travel and Tourism
Geographic Perspectives on American Women's Travel Accounts Then and Now
Special Topics in Global Feminism
African Diaspora History (H)
Israel & Palestine in Modern Times (HI)
Media and Popular Culture in the Arab Middle East (HI)
Minorities and Diversity in the Middle East (H)
Philosophy of Religion (H)
Philosophy of Race (DH)
Asian Philosophy (HI)
Indian Philosophy
East Asian Philosophy
Religion, Culture and Society
The World of Islam: Cultural Perspectives (HI)
Understanding Global Islam (HI)
Religions and Sects in the Middle East (HI)
Religion, Culture and Society
Gender and the Middle East (IS)
Geopolitics and the Global Economy:
International Agricultural Markets and Trade (I)
International Economic Relations (S)
International Economic Development (IS)
Business Plan Laboratory
Social Entrepreneurship
Global Issues in Agricultural Biosecurity and Forensics
Global Issues in Agricultural Biosecurity and Forensics
Urban Geography (S)
Political Geography (IS)
Economic Geography (S)
Transportation Geography
International Business (I)
The Soviet Union: History, Society and Culture(IS)
International Law
Politics of Russia and Eurasia (I)
Politics of Africa (I)
Politics In Latin America (IS)
Politics Of East Asia
Politics Of The Middle East
Terrorism and Emergency Management
America Foreign Policy
Politics of the Global Economy
International Institutions
Social Movements
Global Sustainability
Insects and Society (N)
Insects in Global Public Health (N)
Elements of Environmental Science
Sampling and Analyses for Solving Environmental Problems
Digital Tools for Environmental Exploration (LN)
Climatology (N)
Environment and Development
Natural Hazards and Society
Climate Change: Past, Present, and Future
Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Change
Historic Preservation
Issues In Global Change
Natural Resource Administration and Policy
Ecotourism and Wilderness Management
Global Issues of Water and Ecosystem Management
Food and the Human Environment (IS)
Environmental Sociology (S)
Environmental Inequality (S)
World Population Problems

Other Requirements

  • No grade below "C."