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International Studies (with Foreign Language Skills) - Advanced Certificate


Program Code: CSA.35493

While pursuing your individual program of studies as a Delta College student, you can earn an "add-on" Certificate in International Studies by successfully completing applicable courses from designated sets (A, B, C) of present Delta courses (or their equivalents). This program is designed to: 1) provide students a wider and deeper range of international awareness and knowledge; 2) promote an interest in other cultures and places; 3) promote an interest in foreign languages; 4) lay the groundwork for future international learning options for you as a Delta graduate, and 5) enhance employment opportunities. The Certificate in International Studies is an "add-on" to the credential for your present program of studies. Courses/credits you already have may be applicable toward the certificate requirements.

Core Courses

CourseCreditsCourse TitleCompleted
GEO 113W4World Cultural Geography ______________
HIS 112W4A Survey of Later Western Civilization ______________
--- ---6Choose From Set B Courses ______________
--- ---8Foreign Language Set A Courses ______________
--- ---2/3Choose From Set B or C ______________
24/25Total Credits

SET A: Foreign Languages

CourseCreditsCourse TitleCompleted
--- ---4French (FR) ______________
--- ---4German (GE) ______________
--- ---2/4Spanish (SPA) ______________

SET B: Broad scope Global/International courses

CourseCreditsCourse TitleCompleted
ECN 268W4International Studies in Economics ______________
GEO 1114Physical Geography ______________
______________
GEO 255W4Third World Development ______________
OR ______________
SOC 265W(4)Third World Development ______________
______________
HIS 111W4A Survey of Early Western Civilization ______________
MGT 2653International Business ______________
POL 221W3Comparative Government ______________
POL 225W3World Politics ______________
SOC 231W3Cultural Anthropology ______________

Set C: Specialized Global/International courses

CourseCreditsCourse TitleCompleted
ARC 1013Materials and Methods of Construction ______________
______________
BIO 230W4Physical Anthropology and Archeology ______________
OR ______________
SOC 230W(4)Physical Anthropology and Archeology ______________
______________
BIO 2684International Studies in Biology ______________
ECN 268W1-4International Studies in Economics ______________
GEO 2223Geography of Asia ______________
GEO 2233Geography of Europe ______________
GEO 2263Geography of United States and Canada ______________
GEO 2603Geography of the Pacific Islands ______________
GEO 2621The Geography of the Canadian Shield ______________
GEO 2684International Studies In Geography ______________
GLG 2684International Studies in Geology ______________
HIS 214W3Early African-American History Pre-European Africa to 1877 ______________
HIS 217W3Hispanics in the U.S. ______________
HIS 268W3International Studies in History ______________
______________
IHU 1611Projects in Cross-Cultural Learning ______________
OR ______________
SOC 161(1)Projects in Cross-Cultural Learning ______________
______________
IHU 1622Projects in Cross-Cultural Learning ______________
OR ______________
SOC 162(2)Projects in Cross-Cultural Learning ______________
______________
LIT 241W3Introduction to Mythology ______________
LIT 242W3Introduction to British Literature ______________
LIT 245W3Biblical Literature: Old Testament ______________
LIT 246W3Biblical Literature: New Testament ______________
LIT 2684International Studies in Literature ______________
POL 2223Politics of the Middle East ______________
POL 229W3Political Terrorism ______________
POL 268W4International Studies in Political Science ______________
______________
SOC 265W4Third World Development ______________
OR ______________
GEO 255W(4)Third World Development ______________
______________
SOC 2681-4International Studies in Sociology ______________
SPA 113W2Introduction to Hispanic Cultures ______________
SPA 2753Introduction of Hispanic Fiction ______________





Notes

1 - SOC 231 – Cultural Anthropology – is a highly recommended “Basic Program” elective.
2 - Questions regarding this program may be directed to the Director of International/Intercultural Programs or the Counseling Office.
3 - A minimum grade of “C” (2.0) or higher is required in GEO 113 and HIS 112W.



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