Students are strongly encouraged to meet with the International Studies advisor to create a personalized curriculum and to consult the Bulletin to understand College of Arts and Sciences degree requirements.
The following plan assumes students will earn at least 15 credits each semester. Earning 15 hours a semester for four years will yield 120 credits, while 122 are required to graduate. Students must take more than 15 credits at some point to earn enough to graduate in four years. Earning 12 credits a semester will lengthen the time necessary to graduate.
Many of the College general education requirements will be automatically satisfied by courses taken in completion of the International Studies major. Students will need to use their Bulletin to understand College requirements and choose courses appropriate to their needs. If courses are cross-listed for different requirements, more elective courses could be taken (or, alternatively, minors, certificates, second majors or second degrees could be included) to meet the 122 credit hour minimum to graduate.