University Bulletin 2016-17

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International Studies

International Studies Staff    
(251) 460-6746
Director Dr. Christine Rinne Eaton (Europe)
Faculty Affiliates

Ms. Kristy Britt, Modern and Classical Languages and Literature (Latin America)
Dr. Isabel Z. Brown,  Modern and Classical Languages and Literature (Latin America)
Dr. Claire Cage, History (Europe)
Dr. Nader Entessar, Political Science (International Relations, Middle East)
Dr. Laureen Fregeau, Education (Latin America)
Dr. Nicholas Gossett, Modern and Classical Languages and Literature (International Relations, Europe)
Dr. Elwood Hannum, History (Europe)
Dr. Delwar Hossain, Communication (Asia)
Dr. Robert Houston, History (International Relations)
Dr. Zohair Husain, Political Science (Asia, International Relations, Middle East))
Dr. Zoya Khan, Modern and Classical Languages and Literature (Latin America)
Dr. Mara Kozelsky, History (Asia, Europe)
Dr. Christina Lindeman, Visual Arts (Europe)
Dr. Eric Loomis, Philosophy (Asia)
Dr. Mihaela Marin, Modern and Classical Languages and Literature (Europe)
Dr. Susan McCready, Modern and Classical Languages and Literature (Europe)
Dr. Harrison Miller, History (Asia)
Dr. Hosik Min, Sociology (Asia)
Dr. Mark Moberg, Anthropology (Latin America)
Dr. Frances Mujica, Geography (Latin America)
Ms. Terri Rice, Modern and Classical Languages and Literature (Latin America)
Dr. Roberto Robles-Valencia, Modern and Classical Languages and Literature (Europe)
Dr. Harry Roddy, Modern and Classical Languages and Literature (Europe)
Dr. Daniel Rogers, History (Europe)
Dr. Roy Ryder, Geography (Latin America)
Dr. Alex Sharland, Marketing (International Business)
Dr. Michele Strong, History (Europe)
Dr. James Swofford, Economics (International Business)
Dr. Eleanor ter Horst, Modern and Classical Languages and Literature (Europe)
Dr. Rebecca Williams, History (Asia, Middle East)

 

International Studies web site
http://www.southalabama.edu/departments/internationalstudies

The International Studies major is a rigorous interdisciplinary program designed for students who wish to build a solid foundation for a career in international affairs. The program combines language fluency, international/ area studies, and international business, and, as such, fulfills the requirements for both the major and minor. The faculty directing the major is drawn mostly from the departments of modern and classical languages and literature, geography, history, philosophy, political science, sociology and anthropology.

All first-time freshmen must successfully complete CAS 100: First Year Experience as a degree requirement. Students must enroll during their first term at USA, except for summer-entry students who must enroll in the fall semester following entry. GEO 312 will satisfy the technology requirement for International Studies majors.

USA Education/Study Abroad

Students in International Studies are strongly encouraged to incorporate international experiences as part of their academic activities. Study, research, and internships as well as service learning and community service abroad are available options. For more information contact the IS Office and/or the USA Office of International Education.