The minor provides a theoretical and methodological framework for the interdisciplinary study and critical analysis of global phenomena. Each minor student develops an individualized program in joint consultation with Professor Stephen Macekura (firstname.lastname@example.org), and their graduate mentor, that best complements and provides a global context to the student’s disciplinary and professional academic programs and specific regional interests.
Please refer to the graduate bulletin for requirement details.
Approved Electives (12 Credit Hours)
- Four courses selected in consultation with and approved by the Director of the Ph.D. Minor.
Students complete the Minor through a capstone project that includes one of five options:
- a specifically designated course
- an international internship
- international field work
- a substantial paper
- a question on the student’s qualifying examination in the major department.