International Studies

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International Studies

Code-1160

A Liberal Arts and Sciences Option

The program provides graduates with two years of college-level language instruction and background in international studies. It is appropriate for students who plan to transfer after graduation to complete the bachelor’s degree requirements and whose career goals are in the filed of teaching, law, government, language translation, management of non-profit organizations, or international affairs. The program especially accommodates the student who desires to complete a two-year program in general education or who wants to take college-level courses for his or her own satisfaction. Graduates have transferred to four-year institutions as majors in communications, modern languages, political science, business, sociology and history.

Articulation Agreements

Students should check with the Transfer Office about articulation agreements with this program.

Associate in Arts Degree

The university-parallel curriculums are designed to meet the basic requirements of the first two years of college programs for students who plan to graduate and transfer to a senior college or university to study for the baccalaureate degree. They offer a wide range of flexibility in terms of the student’s ultimate educational goals and provide adequate preparation for further study leading to professional competence in specialized fields. These programs also accommodate individuals who seek two years of a liberal higher education.

The program offers options in Human Services; Humanities/International Studies; Humanities/Media Studies–Broadcasting; Humanities/Media Studies–Journalism; Humanities/Music; and Humanities/Social Science.
 
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