International Studies Minor
Coursework (15 credits)
If you are interested in adding a global focus to your academics here at Marymount, consider adding an International Studies Minor to your degree. Our International Studies Minor is a way to add a unique perspective to traditional studies. Students in the International Studies Minor will learn to navigate the globalized world they live in today and to apply this knowledge to their majors and other courses. Courses in this minor have a global perspective and develop skills such as intercultural communication, writing, foreign language skills, and cultural sensitivity. These skills better prepare our students to face the challenges and take advantage of today’s interconnected, intercultural world.
Students thinking about minoring in International Studies should meet with an International Studies faculty advisor early in their academic career to declare the minor and to complete an IS advising worksheet.
International Studies Faculty Committee
Chad Rector, chair
Theology and Religious Studies
Literature and Languages