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Beginning this fall University of Delaware students can major in Global Studies. While a minor has been offered since 2015, the major is a new opportunity.
The Global Studies major is designed to enable students to succeed in an increasingly globalized world by exposing them to the political and cultural foundations of global issues and requiring language study. Core courses include 6 credits in a world language at the 200-level or above.
Due to its interdisciplinary nature, this major lends itself to double majoring or minoring in related disciplines.
Those majoring in Global Studies will choose among four concentrations—environment, health, migration and world cultures.
Students in the program will be prepared for graduate programs and for a broad range of career paths including government and international business or in international health, humanitarian, environmental, development, and other types of non-governmental agencies.
The Global Studies major offers a rigorous and integrated program, with coursework related to the study of global cultures and world issues in disciplines such as Anthropology, English, History, Political Science, Women and Gender Studies, Geography, and Languages, Literatures, and Cultures. It asks students to look critically at transnational trends, patterns, and challenges and gives them the opportunity to do coursework on numerous regions of the world.
Global studies programs emerged in the 1990s as a reaction to debates about global connectedness and the cultural effects of globalization and global forces. The interdisciplinary field looks at transnational entanglements and connections of phenomena that appear across national boundaries and cultural regions.
The major is housed in the Center for Global and Area Studies and overseen by a committee of faculty members representing seven different disciplines.
For more information about the Global Studies major, go to https://www.cgas.udel.edu/programs/global-studies
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