Quality Education in the Benedictine Tradition
We need to understand how media influences our lives and how to ethically create and utilize media in our private and professional lives.
Dr. John SmetankaVice President for Academic Affairs and Academic DeanPhone: 724-805-2062Fax: 724-532-5083
School of Humanities and Fine Arts
Requirements for the International Studies Concentration or Minor Both the International Studies Concentration and International Studies Minor require the completion of 18 credit hours. The Concentration/Minor is available in the language areas of French, German, Italian and Spanish. All language, culture, and history requirements must be completed in the same area (e.g., French, German, Italian, or Spanish). A maximum of six (6) credit hours of requirements can be used to fulfill requirements for the Core and/or a major or additional minor. Modern and Classical Languages and Culture (9 credits) 6 credits at the 300 level 3 credits of Culture and Civilization (400 number) History (3 credits) 3 credits at the 200 level in a course that corresponds to the language Societies and Religion (3 credits) 3 credits—selected from SO 217 Sociology of Religion, AN 242 Anthropology of Religion, RS 241 World Religions Elective (3 credits) The student may take additional courses in the areas listed above or select from a list of approved electives. A current list of approved electives for the International Studies Program can be obtained in the Modern and Classical Languages office.