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Office of Undergraduate Admissions
Madonna University
36600 Schoolcraft Road
Livonia, Michigan 48150-1176
(734) 432-5339 or (800) 852-4951, ext. 5339
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International Studies: Cert Achieve
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International Studies: Cert Achieve    
   Certificate Courses (30 cr. to be chosen)    
      WRT 1010   College Composition I 3 cr.  Study and practice of strategies for academic writing, with a focus on writing and reading descriptive, narrative, and expository essays. Emphasis on writing as a process. Introduction to information literacy. Prerequisite: placement by Madonna University Writing Assessment Program. (Does not apply to any major or minor in the Language, Literature, Communication, and Writing department.) 
      INT 2100   International Studies Foundations 1 cr.  Through a series of readings, discussions, and lectures, students explore the dimensions of internationalization, and are exposed to a variety of international learning opportunities related to the overall plans of study; readings drawn from interdisciplinary sources. 
      GEO 3050/PSC 3030 Option (3 cr. to be chosen)    
         GEO 3050   World Regional Geography 3 cr.  Regional study of the earth’s realms; cultural and physical factors affecting people; effects of the demographic and industrial revolutions of the world. 
         PSC 3030   International Relations 3 cr.  Analysis of world politics, sources of foreign policy, dynamics of the existing international system, systematic theorizing about future developments. 
      History Option (3 cr. to be chosen)    
         HIS 4320   Foreign Policy History of the United States 3 cr.  Influence of foreign policy on past and present life of the United States; emphasis on the nation as a world power, taking into account the viewpoints of the international community of nations. 
         HIS 4631   Global Studies: Modern Africa (HIS*/PSC) 3 cr.  Study of selected historical and political problems and themes related to modern sub-Saharan Africa, with attention to relationships with the non-African world. 
         HIS 4632   Global Studies: Modern Asia (HIS*/PSC) 3 cr.  Study of selected historical and political problems and themes related to modern Asia, with an emphasis on China, Japan, and India, and attention to domestic developments and global relationships. 
         HIS 4633   Global Studies: Modern Latin America (HIS*/PSC) 3 cr.  Study of selected historical and political problems and themes related to modern Latin America, with attention to regional and global relationships. 
         HIS 4634   Global Studies: Modern Middle East (HIS*/PSC) 3 cr.  Study of selected historical and political problems and themes related to the modern Middle East, with an emphasis on Arab and Islamic cultures, attention to the non-Arab and non-Islamic dimensions of the region and to global relationships. 
      INB 3140   International Business 3 cr.  Foundational knowledge of the current forces influencing the conduct of international business, including cultural, political, legal, and economic forces. Exploration of market entry strategies, trade and trade agreements, international monetary system, business finance, and organizational design and management considerations. 
      INT 4950   International Studies Seminar 3 cr.  Theme-based, culminating seminar affording students the opportunity to analyze and understand specific complex global issues and trends from multidisciplinary, cross-cultural, and comparative perspectives. 
      Certificate electives (14 cr. to be chosen)    
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