International Studies (INTR)
Timothy Kircher, Professor, Department of History
International Studies is an interdisciplinary program that prepares you to be a leader in an increasingly interconnected world.
International Studies at Guilford is based upon the traditional Quaker values of tolerance and respect for diversity. The College supports a peaceful world where people who are different learn to work together toward a common human goal of harmonious coexistence. The International Studies program expects its students to learn to recognize and affirm difference in our international world: to appreciate the many faces of human culture, to understand the many ways in which humankind organizes itself, and to speak in more than just their native language.
Upon completion of the International Studies program, students will demonstrate an understanding of the history, cultures, and/or societies of their chosen region of study, from within and without that area of the world. They will also be able to identity and explain key international issues and dynamics, and articulate how their lives are effected by the larger global community.
The Bachelor of Arts degree is offered in international studies.
|INTR 150||Special Topics||1-8|
|INTR 230||Theories & Methods in International Studies||4|
|INTR 250||Special Topics||1-8|
|INTR 260||Independent Study||1-8|
|INTR 350||Special Topics||1-8|
|INTR 360||Independent Study||1-8|
|INTR 450||Special Topics||1-8|
|INTR 460||Independent Study||1-8|
|INTR 465||International Research Colloquium||4|
|INTR 470||Senior Thesis||1-8|
|INTR 490||Departmental Honors||1-8|