Karnoutsos Arts and Sciences Hall, Room 640
The Political Science Department hosts the International Studies Minor program. The program prepares students to explore and understand the interconnections among people and societies, the environment, governments, and businesses. NJCU's International Studies Minor is available to all NJCU students. Seeing interdependence and making connections across boundaries are necessary skills for the 21st century workplace. Courses in the Minor are offered through several NJCU departments. Courses span art, political science, sociology, business, geography, and others.
Students are encouraged to pursue a second or third language and are encouraged to participate in a Study Abroad trip or a semester abroad.
Louise Stanton, Director
Associate Professor of Political Science
Georgetown University, B.A.; Seton Hall, J.D.; Rutgers University, M.S., Ph.D.
Various discipline-specific concentrations that will prepare students for multiple fields of employment or areas of additional undergraduate/graduate study are noted below. Course requirements for each concentration are explained in detail. The requirements for graduation, in addition to completion of the major area, are listed on "Undergraduate Degree Requirements."
International Studies (INTR)
INTR 124 European Field Study: (6 Credits)
INTR 209 Goverment & Politics Of South America (3 Credits)
INTR 222 Politics Western Europe (3 Credits)
INTR 241 International Business (3 Credits)
INTR 243 International Management (3 Credits)
INTR 307 International Law (3 Credits)
INTR 363 International Marketing (3 Credits)