Global Studies Minor
The Global Studies (GS) minor adds a recognized distinction and global context to your primary major at UNH. It was developed for those students who, due to the demands of their primary majors, are unable to complete the more rigorous requirements of the GS dual major.
The minor is declared when the fifth course is being taken. The student should obtain the minor completion form from the department.
Students who wish to declare the Global Studies minor must earn a C or better in all GS course requirements and have a 2.5 cumulative grade-point average.
|Required Core Courses|
|IA 401||International Perspectives||4|
|Select one of the following:||4|
|Principles of Economics (Macro)|
|Principles of Economics (Micro)|
|Environmental and Resource Economics Perspectives|
|Global Studies Language Requirement 1||4|
|International Experience - Study Abroad 2|
|Choose one course from each category list (2 courses total): 3||8|
Politics, Culture, & History
Science, Environment, Economy, & Health
Global Studies Language Requirement
Functional reading, writing, and speaking ability equivalent to a first-year, second-semester college level (402). Students may take placement tests to establish equivalency, include language study during the international experience, or transfer credits from other institutions.
International Experience - Study Abroad
Minimum of three weeks (or 4 credits). The international experience may include study, directed research, internship or service/volunteer experience abroad. Students should plan with the study abroad advisors to plan for their international experience well in advance.
See elective category lists under the Global Studies dual major heading. Elective courses may count toward Discovery, Honors, Writing Intensive and major requirements.