Bachelor of Science in International Affairs and Modern Language - Russian

Wellness
APPH 1040Scientific Foundations of Health2
or APPH 1050 The Science of Physical Activity and Health
or APPH 1060 Flourishing: Strategies for Well-being and Resilience
Core A - Essential Skills
ENGL 1101English Composition I3
ENGL 1102English Composition II3
MATH 1712Survey of Calculus4
or MATH 1552 Integral Calculus
Core B - Institutional Options
CS 1315Introduction to Media Computation3
Core C - Humanities
Modern Languages 2,36
Core D - Science, Math, & Technology
Lab Science4
Lab Science4
MATH 1711Finite Mathematics4
or MATH 1551
MATH 1553
Differential Calculus
and Introduction to Linear Algebra
Core E - Social Sciences
Select one of the following: 3
The United States to 1877
The United States since 1877
American Government in Comparative Perspective
Government of the United States
American Constitutional Issues
Select one of the following:3
Economic Analysis and Policy Problems
The Global Economy
Principles of Macroeconomics
Principles of Microeconomics
Select one of the following:3
Europe Since the Renaissance
Revolutionary Europe: 1789-1914
Twentieth Century Europe: 1914 to Present
History of Islamic Societies
History of the Modern Middle East
Traditional Asia and Its Legacy
Asia in the Modern World
Ancient Greece: Gods, Heroes, and RuinS
Ancient Rome: From Greatness to Ruins
Medieval Europe: 350 to 1400
European Labor History
Modern European Intellectual History
Medieval England
Britain from 1815-1914
Britain Since 1914
The French Revolution
Modern France
Modern Spain
Modern Germany
Nazi Germany and the Holocaust
Science, Poliltics, and Culture in Nazi Germany
Women and the Politics of Gender in the Middle East
Modern China
Modern Japan
Outposts of Empire: Comparative History of British
History of Global Societies
Revolutionary Movements in the Modern World
Modern Cuba
INTA 1110Introduction to International Relations 23
Core F - Courses Related to Major
INTA 2010Empirical Methods 23
INTA 2040Science, Technology, and International Affairs 23
INTA 1000- or 2000-level Electives 29
Select one of the following: 4,53
Introduction to Bioengineering Statistics
Fundamentals of Geographic Information Systems
Introduction to Computing
Introduction to Media Computation
Representing Structure and Behavior
Introduction to Object Oriented Programming
Data Manipulation for Science and Industry
Energy, Environment, and Society
Environmental Data Analysis
Digital System Design
Industrial Design Computing I
Graphic and Visual Design
The Rhetoric of Nonlinear Documents
Computer Applications
Decision Support and Expert Systems
Systems Analysis and Design
Major Requirements
INTA 2001Careers in International Affairs 1
INTA 3110U.S. Foreign Policy 23
INTA 3203Comparative Politics 23
INTA 3301International Political Economy 23
INTA 4500Pro-Seminar in International Affairs 23
INTA 3000- or 4000-level Electives 212
Modern Language
RUSS 4500Russian Intercultural Capstone Seminar 23
Modern Languages 1,215
Free Electives
Free Electives 316
Total Credit Hours122

Note: Non-credit requirement

With the goal of enhanced educational and career prospects and in accordance with the pedagogical objectives of the degree in International Affairs and Modern Languages, all IAML students are required to fulfill an International Experience* as part of their graduation requirements. This requirement can be met through one of two ways:

1. Complete a minimum 6-week overseas experience in a country in which the designated language concentration for your IAML degree is spoken officially or primarily. 

2. Complete a 15-week internship or similar experience of at least 10 hours per week at an international organization such as a consulate, CNN International, etc. The internship should be conducted in the designated language concentration for your IAML degree or be directly related to a country or region in which the designated language concentration for your IAML degree is spoken officially or primarily. The internship must be approved in advance by the advisor or ADUS in the School of Modern Languages.

* Should there be extenuating circumstances in which a student cannot complete the International Experience requirement as specified in 1. and 2.above, a petition may be submitted jointly to the Directors of Undergraduate Studies in the School of Modern Languages and the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs proposing an alternative international experience at least one year prior to the intended graduation.

Students must complete 39 hours of upper division coursework (3000/4000-level courses). Fifteen hours of free electives, language, or technology requirements must be upper division (3000/4000-level courses).

For all language courses, the language of instruction must be the same as the language of learning. English-taught culture courses will not apply to language requirements.

1

Students must complete 21 credit hours of RUSS electives from 2002, 3000- or 4000-level courses. Six credit hours are counted in Humanities, and 15 in Modern Languages Electives.

2

Minimum grade of C required.

3

RUSS courses below 2002 may count toward the free elective courses.

4

Technical elective.

5

 Approved instances of CS 2803 may be applied here by advisor.