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    University of Colorado Denver
   
 
  Sep 20, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog

International Studies


Director: Hamilton Bean, Ph.D
Office: Student Commons 3010
Telephone: 303-315-1909
E-mail: Hamilton.Bean@ucdenver.edu

Faculty

The international studies program is an interdisciplinary major with faculty drawn from several independent academic departments.

Undergraduate Information

In a world where the forces of politics, commerce, culture, and technology are multifaceted and interconnected, the International Studies (INTS) major provides students with a much-needed global perspective. INTS is an interdisciplinary liberal arts degree that prepares students for international careers and graduate study. The INTS major offers students a deep understanding of complex international issues and the underlying drivers that are shaping our world. Employers seek the qualities of INTS graduates: historical knowledge, research ability, cross-cultural competence, teamwork and leadership experience, and the ability to analyze, model, and solve real-world problems.  According to the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE), International Studies graduates earn higher starting salaries than any other social science major, except Economics. The INTS major provides students the methodological tools necessary to analyze various regions of the world and global issues from different academic disciplines. Students take courses from departments including Anthropology, Business, Communication, Economics, Geography, History, Modern Languages, Political Science, and Religious Studies, among others. This combination of coursework, flexibility, and customization provides INTS majors a distinctive and valuable degree for today’s world. 

Click here  for information about the requirements for the Major in International Studies.