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School of International Studies
209.946.2650
DirectorSIS@Pacific.edu
George Wilson Hall
Kathleen Hastings
Coordinator
School of International Studies
George Wilson Hall
3601 Pacific Avenue
Stockton, California 95211
khastings@pacific.edu

Minor in International Studies

In order to earn a minor in international studies, students must complete the required courses with a minimum grade point average of 2.0. At least 10 units of the minor must come from courses taken at Pacific or through an approved study abroad program.

There are three different international tracks to choose from:

Diverse Academic Track

INTL 077 Contemporary World Issues (4 units)

INTL 081 Perspectives on World History (4 units)

*International Electives, choose from the following: (14 units)

100 level courses selected from SIS Core, Modern Language & Literature courses (8 units maximum) and/or additional International Electives from two different disciplines.

Foreign Language Track

INTL 077 Contemporary World Issues (4 units)

LANG 025 Competence of a 4th semester college level Modern Foreign Language or equivalent

1) This language may not be the same one used to complete a major in the Department of Modern Language and Literature.

LANG Elective (One upper division Modern Language and Literature course taught in a foreign language. The course may be taken at the University of the Pacific or on an approved study abroad program.)  (4 units)

*International Electives, choose from the following: (12 units)

100 level courses selected from SIS Core and/or additional International Electives from two different disciplines

Study Abroad Track

INTL 077 Contemporary World Issues (4 units)

INTL 151 Cross-cultural Training I (2 units)

INTL 161 Cross-cultural Training II (2 units)

SABD 000 One semester of an approved study abroad

program

*International Electives, choose from the following: (10 units)

100 level courses selected from SIS Core and/or additional International Electives from two different disciplines.