Minor in Global Studies

The Minor in Global Studies promotes an understanding of how globalization impacts the physical and human environment. The minor allows students who are already enrolled in other degree programs at CSUSB to gain an abbreviated interdisciplinary perspective in the study of globalization.  The goal is to better understand how the social, cultural, political and economic spheres of human life effect, and are affected by, globalization.

Requirements for a minor in Global Studies (21 units)

Lower-division requirements (12)
GEOG 1010Introduction to Human Geography3
GEOG 1650World Regions and Peoples3
GEOG 2200Introduction to Global Studies3
GEOG 2201Issues in the Global System3
Upper-division requirements (9)
Students must take a minimum of 9 units from the following:9
Cultural Entanglements and the Global Economy
Global Cinema
Political Economy
Business and Asian Culture
French for Reading 1
French for Reading 2
Social Geography
Cultural Geography
Economic Geography
Political Geography
Migration and Borderlands
Emerging Topics in Human Geography
Emerging Topics in Environmental Studies
Emerging Topics in Global Studies
US-Mexico Border Region
Emerging World Regions
Advanced World Regions
Globalization and Identity
Global Governance and the United Nations System
Model United Nations Practicum (Fall Semester MUN Team)
Model United Nations Practicum (Spring Semester MUN Team)
International Law
Global Issues and Perspectives
Global Issues and Perspectives
Total Units21