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— 24 hours required, including Foreign Language 115 or equivalent; 6-12 hours in Category A; 9-15 hours in Category B; and participation in a study abroad or alternative international experience. — Participation is required in a 6-credit hour (or greater) study abroad experience sponsored by Illinois State University or alternative interna- tional experience approved prior to participa- tion by the minor advisor. Courses taken while studying abroad may be counted toward the minor. Contact the International Studies Advisor for information on which courses offered in each program may be counted toward the minor. — Up to 9 hours (excluding courses in Category A) taken in the minor may also be applied toward the student’s major. At least 9 hours of the minor must be at the 200-level or above. — Additional foreign language study is strongly encouraged. Special emphasis should be placed on developing oral communication skills. CATEGORY A—International Issues: — 6-12 hours required. Courses in the student’s first major may not count toward category A requirements. A maximum of 2 courses from any 1 department or school may be taken. Choose from the following: AGR 201; ANT 175, 185; ART 275; CJS 369; COM 355, 369, 372; ECO 210, 228, 245, 345; ENG 206, 255, 261; FOR 206; GEO 135; HIS 104, 230, 270; IDS 203; INB 190; POL 140, 150, 151, 251, 252, 254, 255, 344, 351, 358, 363; SOC 108, 366; THE 271, 275.01, 275.02; WS 120, or other courses approved by the International Studies Advisor. CATEGORY B—Area Studies: — 9-15 hours required. Only courses taken in 1 area listed below may be counted toward the minor. Many Illinois State University Study Abroad program courses count. — In addition to the courses listed below, any pertinent course on the history, literature, economic, social, or political structures of a foreign country or culture may be counted toward the minor, provided it receives approval in advance from the International Studies advisor. The International Studies advisor will help students choose courses appropriate to their area studies concentration and career objectives. Latin America: FOR (SPA) 116, 244, 305; GEO 230; HIS 263; POL 140, 240, 340. Europe: ART 372, 379; FOR 116 (FR, GER, ITN, SPA), 217 (FR), 217 (GER), 243 (SPA), 218 (GER), 305 (FR), 305 (SPA); GEO 240; HIS 102, 229, 234, 237, 366; POL 141, 242, 341. Africa: FOR 325; GEO 250, HIS 266; POL 140, 246. South and Southwest Asia (Middle East, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka): GEO 255; HIS 272, 378; PHI 207, 208; POL 140, 245, 247, 349. East Asia: FOR 116 (JPN), GEO 255; HIS 373, 375; PHI 208; POL 140, 245, 345. NOTE: Please refer to specific departments or schools for further course information. University-Wide Curriculum
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91 MINOR IN LATIN AMERICAN, CARIBBEAN, AND LATINO/A STUDIES Director : Dr. Maura Toro-Morn, Department of Sociology and Anthropology 342J Schroeder Hall, Campus Box 4600 (309) 438-8290 Advisor: Janet Claus Academic Advisement 340 Fell Hall, Campus Box 4060 (309) 438-7604 The goals of the Minor in Latin American, Caribbean, and Latino/a Studies are (a) to pro- vide students with key concepts, information, and a foundation of knowledge rooted in several academic disciplines; (b) to examine the social, political, and cultural challenges of Latin America, the Caribbean, and the Latino/a popula- tions in the global community; and (c) to foster a
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