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College of Agriculture

International Understanding Selectives

International understanding selectives include all courses offered by the School of Languages and Cultures and those listed below. Proposed additions to this list may be submitted to the Agricultural Faculty Curriculum and Student Relations Committee for consideration. Contact your academic advisor.

(1-4) All Foreign Language and Literatures courses
(3) AGEC 25000 (Economic Geography of World Food and Resources)
(3) AGEC 34000 (International Economic Development)
(3) AGEC 45000 (International Agricultural Trade)
(3) AGEC 49800 (Afghanistan Development Challenges)
(1-3) AGR 49300 (Special Topics in International Agriculture)
(0) AGR 49500 (International Professional Experience in Agriculture, Food or Natural Resources)
(3-15) AGR 49700 (Agricultural Study Abroad)*
(3) AGRY 28500 (World Crop Adaptation and Distribution)
(1-3) AGRY 35000 (Global Awareness)
(3) AGRY 39900 (Afghanistan Development Challenges)
(3) AGRY 39900 (Exploring International Agriculture)
(3) AGRY 57000 (Agronomy in International Development)
(3) ANSC 29400 (Exploring International Animal Agriculture)
(3) ANSC 29500 (Exploring International Agriculture)
(3) ANTH 10000 (Introduction to Anthropology)
(3) ANTH 20500 (Human Cultural Diversity)
(3) ANTH 39200 (Globalization and Culture)
(3) ANTH 57600 (Economic Development and Social Change)*
(3) ANTH 57800 (Peoples of Middle America)
(3) BTNY 20100 (Plants and Civilization)
(3) COM 22400 (Communicating in the Global Workplace)
(3) COM 42400 (Communication in International Organizations)
(3) ECON 37000 (International Trade)
(3) ECON 46600 (International Economics)
(3) ENGL 26600 (World Literature: From the Beginnings to 1700 A.D.)
(3) ENGL 26700 (World Literature: From 1700 A.D. to the Present)
(3) FNR 23000 (The World’s Forests and Society)
(3) FNR 46000 (International Natural Resources Summer Program)
(3) FNR 48800 (Global Environmental Issues)
(3) HIST 24000 (East Asia and Its Historic Transition)
(3) HIST 24100 (East Asia in the Modern World)
(3) HIST 24300 (South Asian History and Civilizations)
(3) HIST 24500 (Introduction to the Middle East History and Culture)
(3) HIST 24600 (Modern Middle East and North Africa)
(3) HIST 27100 (Latin American History to 1824)
(3) HIST 27200 (Latin American History from 1824)
(3) HIST 29000 (Russia: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow)*
(3) HIST 30000 (Eve of Destruction: Global Crisis and World Organization in the 20th Century)
(3) HIST 30200 (History of Horticulture)
(3) HIST 32300 (German History)
(3) HIST 32400 (Modern France)
(3) HIST 34000 (Modern China)
(3) HIST 34100 (History of Africa South of the Sahara)
(3) HIST 34200 (Africa and the West)
(3) HIST 34300 (Traditional Japan)
(3) HIST 34400 (History of Modern Japan)
(3) HIST 34500 (Modern Middle East)*
(3) HIST 43700 (The History of East-Central Europe and the Russian Satellite Areas)*
(3) HIST 43900 (Communist China)
(3) HIST 44100 (Africa in the Twentieth Century)
(3) HIST 47200 (History of Mexico)
(3) HIST 59500 (The Holocaust and Genocide)
(3) HONR 19900 (Animals in Societies)
(3) HONR 19900 (Malaria: First World Science v. Third World Disease: A Moral Dilemma?)*
(3) HONR 29900 (Afghanistan Development Challenges)
(3) HORT 30600 (History of Horticulture)
(3) HORT 40300 (Tropical Horticulture)
(3) HORT 45000 (In The English Landscape: Integrating History, Horticulture and Landscape Architecture)
(3) HTM 39800 (Cuisine and Culture Abroad)
(3) IDIS 38100 (Contemporary Japanese Women)*
(3) LA 16600 (History and Theory of Landscape Architecture)
(3) LA 45000 (In The English Landscape: Integrating History, Horticulture and Landscape Architecture)
(3) PHIL 33000 (Religions of the East)
(3) PHIL 33100 (Religions of the West)
(3) POL 13000 (Introduction to International Relations)
(3) POL 14100 (Governments of the World)
(3) POL 23100 (Introduction to United States Foreign Policy)
(3) POL 23200 (Contemporary Crises in International Relations)
(3) POL 23500 (International Relations Among Rich and Poor Nations)
(3) POL 23700 (Modern Weapons and International Relations)
(3) POL 29000 (Russia: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow)*
(3) POL 30300 (Comparative Politics)
(3) POL 30400 (Israel and World Politics)
(3) POL 32200 (Science and World Politics)*
(3) POL 34200 (Government and Politics in the Communist Successor States)
(3) POL 34400 (Introduction to the Politics of the Third World)
(3) POL 34500 (West European Democracies in the Post-Industrial Era)
(3) POL 34700 (Introduction to Latin American Politics)
(3) POL 34800 (East Asian Politics)
(3) POL 43300 (International Organization)
(3) POL 43400 (United States Foreign Policy, Central America and the Caribbean)
(3) POL 43500 (International Law)
(3) POL 44200 (Government and Politics in Russia)
(3) POL 44400 (Introduction to African Politics)*
(3) POL 44500 (Politics of France and Germany)*
(3) POL 44700 (The British Political System and the Commonwealth of Nations)
(3) POL 44900 (Japanese Political Economy)*
(3) REL 23000 (Religions of the East)
(3) REL 23100 (Religions of the West)

* This course is not currently offered.