International Studies Program
Drawing on faculty from various disciplines, the College of Arts and Sciences, the International Studies Program offers for general education a variety of interdisciplinary courses that introduce students to the civilizations of seven world areas outside of North America and Western Europe: China, Japan, Africa, India, Latin America, Russia and Eastern Europe and the Middle East. In these course students will explore various aspects of these civilizations: art, government, history, language, literature, music, religion and social organization.
The ISP also offers major and minor programs that focus on these world areas. Its major programs include East Asian Studies (China or Japan) and Latin American Studies. Its minor programs include African and African-American Studies, Chinese Studies, Japanese Studies, Latin American Studies, Middle Eastern Studies, Slavic Studies and South Asian Studies.
There are several scholarships available for your field of study.
The ISP is located in 521 Varner Hall.