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Global Studies Course List

Fall 2019

Additional courses may be reviewed and petitioned for a category when the course content is consistent with the objectives of the major. Email Dr. Paul Gellert at pgellert@utk.edu for more information.

*** Indicates petition paperwork is required, but course will be accepted. Email Emilie Aslinger at easlinge@utk.edu for assistance.

Prerquisite

  • GLBS 250 - Intro/Global Studies

Methods of Language

  • GEOG 340 - Economic Geography: Core Concepts
  • GEOG 415 - Quantitative Methods in Geography PHIL
  • 360 - Philosophy of Science
  • POLS 301 - Research Methods
  • REST 300 - Method and Theory in Religious Studies SOCI
  • 31 - Sociological Research
  • SOCI 362 - Population ***

OR

  • Upper-Division Modern Foreign Language Course Taught in the Language of Study

Society & Culture

  • AFST 421 - Comparative Studies in African and African American Societies
  • ANTH 370 - Gender and Globalization***
  • CNST 482 - Introduction to World Cinema***
  • ENGL 331 - Race and Ethnicity in American Literature
  • GEOG 341 - Contemporary Urban Spaces***
  • GEOG 344 - Population Geography GEOG 345 - People and Environment***
  • GEOG 442 - Urban Spaces/Urban Society GEOG 445 - Cities in a World System***
  • MFLL 482 - Special Topics in Global Cinema
  • MUCO 290 - Soundscapes: Exploring Music in a Changing World
  • MUCO 380 - Music in World Cultures ***
  • PHIL 441 - Global Justice and Human Rights
  • REST 232 - Religions in Global Perspective
  • REST 302 - Anthropology of Religion
  • REST 320 - Gender and Religion***
  • SOCI 363 - Food, Agriculture, and Society***

Regional Studies

  • AFST/ENGL 225 - Introduction to African Literature***
  • AFST/ENGL 336 - Caribbean Literature***
  • AFST/HIAF 371 - African History to 1880***
  • ARTH 414 - Art of China: Yuan through Qing Dynasties
  • ARTH 419 - Art of Japan
  • ARTH 451 - Art of Italy, 1250-1450 ***
  • GEOG 371 - Exploring Europe
  • GERM 423 - Themes/Genres German Cinema
  • HIAS 390 - Modern Chinese History***
  • HIEU 320 - Contemporary Europe***
  • HIME 382 - Archaeology of Biblical World***
  • HIME 400 - Hist/Archaeology Mesopotamia***
  • HIUS 301 - Borders, Burritos, and Gringos: US/Mexico ***
  • JAPA 321 - Japanese Graphic Novel/Anime***
  • JAPA 315 - Asian Film ***
  • LAC 465 - Latin American Film/Culture ***
  • POLS 452 - The Politics of Sub-Saharan Africa
  • POLS 435 - Western European Politics***
  • POLS 454 - Government and Politics of China and Japan
  • POLS 455 - South Asian Gov/Politics***
  • POLS 456 - Latin American Government and Politics
  • POLS 461 - Comparative Public Policy
  • PORT 326 - Brazilian Cinema ***
  • REST 332 - Introduction to Islam
  • REST 373 - Religions of Africa
  • REST 379 - Chinese Religions***
  • SPAN 331 - Introduction to Hispanic Culture
  • SPAN 333 - Survey of Spanish-American Literature: 1700-Present
  • SPAN 489 - Topics in Hispanic Civilization

Politics & Economy

  • ANTH 325 - Migration & Transnationalism
  • ANTH 415 - Environmental Anthropology
  • ANTH 419 - Anthropology of Human Rights
  • ANTH 422 - Anthropology of Global Inequality***
  • ECON 322 - The Global Economy: Trade and Development
  • ECON 421 - International Economics
  • GEOG 340 - Economic Geography: Core Concepts
  • PHIL 441 - Global Justice and Human Rights
  • POLS 265 - Introduction to International Relations
  • POLS 350 - Political Change in Developing Areas
  • POLS 461 - Comparative Public Policy
  • POLS 470 - International Law
  • POLS 474 - International Organization
  • POLS 479 - Region Analysis/International Politics***
  • SOCI 342 - Globalization and Justice***
  • SOCI 344 - Political Sociology***
  • SOCI 442 - Comparative Poverty and Development
  • SOCI 446 - The Modern World System
  • SOCI 460 - Capitalism and Racism***

Note: No more than 3 credit hours may be taken under the 300-level. Any courses taken to fulfill a core requirement (Society & Culture/Politics & Economy) cannot be used to fulfill a regional studies or methods/foreign language requirement.


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