International Studies Minor
Everyone says it: business is becoming more global. For today’s student, this means that an understanding of how nations and cultures compare, conflict and cooperate is key. In addition, courses in International Studies teach the kind of critical thinking skills expected of business leaders.
At Kettering, the International Studies Minor covers a broad range of topics including
- literature, and
- social sciences.
To achieve the International Studies Minor you complete four courses, including special topics courses in humanities and social science, as well as independent study.
Students who wish to earn a minor in International Studies and have it designated on their transcript must successfully complete four courses (16 credits) as listed below.
Elective Courses (choose 4 courses)
No more than two from the same discipline may count toward the minor.
Comparative Economic Systems
America and the World
Human Conflict and Conflict Resolution
History of the Atlantic World
Africa in the 20th Century
Modern Middle East
Topics in History*
Topics in Humanities*
Humanities Independent Study*
The Literatures of Multicultural America
Topics in Literature*
Contemporary Social Problems
Sociology of the Family
Religion in Society
Topics in Sociology *
Topics in Social Sciences*
Social Science course in a Study Abroad Program
Independent Study in the Social Sciences*
*Must have an international focus