International Minor in ACES

This minor will help students prepare for life and work in a global society and will provide the international skills employers expect of our graduates. While it is the intent of this minor to encourage students to spend time abroad and to develop proficiency in a foreign language, neither is required.

Students enrolled in this minor will be able to draw on resources outside the college as well as select from courses offered by the seven departments in the College of ACES. At least 12 of the total 21 credit hours required for this minor must be College of ACES courses. At least 6 credit hours (ACES or non-ACES) must come from 400-level courses. Courses in the minor cannot be completed Credit/No Credit.

This minor is administratively based in ACES Academic Programs. Student advising will take place in this unit.

Required Courses for the ACES International Minor

Global Study in the Social Science Disciplines
Minimum of 3 hours, maximum of 9 hours selected from: 3-9
The World Food Economy
Environment and Development
Global Agribusiness Management
Agriculture in Intl Dev
Intl Trade in Food and Agr
Public Information Campaigns
World Ethnography
Women's Lives
International Business
Multinational Management
International Marketing
International Economics
Development Economics
Comparative Education
Intl Financial Markets
Cities of the World
Social & Environmental Issues
Green Development
Families in Global Perspective
20thC World to Midcentury
20thC World from Midcentury
Environment and Society
Comp Politics in Dev Nations
Intro to Intl Relations
Intl Political Economy
International Communications
World Religions
Community Development in the Global South
Global Study in the Natural Science Disciplines
Minimum of 3 hours, maximum of 9 hours, selected from:3-9
World Animal Resources
Climate and Global Change
The Global Food Production Web
Plants and Global Change
International Hort Products
Global Environmental Issues
Plants, Pathogens, and People
Humanity in the Food Web
Regional Specialization
The following four approaches/options can be used (separately or in combinations) to complete this portion of the minor. 3-9
Academic credit earned through study or supervised activities outside the U.S. through:
International Internship
International Experience
ACES Study Abroad
Completion of one or more of the following courses offered by the Department of Agricultural and Consumer Economics
Economic Systems in Africa
The Latin American Economies
Econ Dev of Tropical Africa
Completion of courses that are approved by Area Studies Programs (see minor advisor)
Center for African Studies
Center for East Asian and Pacific Studies
Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies
Program in South Asian and Middle Eastern Studies
European Union Center
Foreign language courses that exceed College of ACES graduation requirements.
Total Hours21