Note: The regional concentration consists of three courses (other than language courses) at the 300-400 level, and can be perceived in one of two ways (students must select one):
1. an area defined geographically or
2. an area defined linguistically (example: the Arabic-speaking countries), religiously (example: the Islamic world) and/or ethnically (example: the Jewish Diaspora outside the United States).
Below, on the left hand side, are the departments and area studies programs at Indiana University, Bloomington, where regional courses are likely to be found. But courses are accepted from any school and any department (and through overseas study) provided they relate to a region or to a specific country other than the United States.
Search for courses and course descriptions in all departments and schools as posted on the Dean of Faculties Web site and also in the Schedule of Classes. For all course descriptions by department in the College, go to the Bulletin.
Australia: Study Abroad
Central Eurasian Studies
Diaspora Studies (African or Jewish)
East Asian Languages and Cultures
East Asian Studies
Latin American and Caribbean Studies
Near Eastern Languages and Cultures
Russian and East European Studies
West European Studies
United Nations--World Macro Regions & Components