Students must take 15 units toward their thematic area.
Understand the international landscape and the immense diversity of world cultures, languages, and literatures in the current global marketplace.
Health & Development
Learn concepts and skills in public health to identify and assess global health trends, understand global health priorities, and gain a sense of what interventions have and have not worked from both health and social science perspectives.
Human Rights, Migrations & Social Movements
Study borders, migration, and diasporas – including identities, cultures, genders, ethnic groups, states and regions – in a global context and the institutions, discourses, practices, and processes that shape these as places and/or experiences.
Gain global competency as you learn about diverse global institutions and their political, economic, social, and cultural impacts on the world.