Offered by the International Studies Program
College of Fine Arts and Humanities

INTS Courses

INTS 90 - English Language Institute - 1 hour
Prereq: none
Students enrolled in the English Language Institute will enroll for this class.
INTS 100GS - Introduction to International Studies - 3 hours
Prereq: none
Introduction to International Studies is an interdisciplinary course required of all international studies majors or as an elective for students who wish to deepen their understanding of an increasingly interdependent world and broaden their perspective on a variety of international topics. These include such topics as international politics and history, global environmental issues, international business and economics, comparative cultural studies and world literature.
INTS 300 - Eastern European Studies - 1-9 hours
Prereq: none
The course is part of the Nebraska Semester Abroad program and is taught in the Czech Republic. The course includes the study of Eastern Europe, past and present, including Czech language study.
INTS 301 - Greek and Eastern Mediterranean Studies - 4 hours
Prereq: none
This course is part of the Nebraska Semester Abroad program and is taught in Greece. The course includes the study of Greece and the Eastern Mediterranean, past and present, including Greek language study.
INTS 388GS - General Studies Capstone - 3 hours
Prereq: open to juniors and seniors or to students within 6 hours of completion of their General Studies program
An interdisciplinary experience where students apply the knowledge, cognitive abilities, and communication skills they have gained from General Studies in designing and completing an original project or paper. Students employ methods and interpretive means of two or more disciplines to integrate knowledge and synthesize their results. Satisfies the General Studies capstone course requirement. Students may take their Capstone course in any discipline.
INTS 400 - International Development Seminar - 3 hours
Prereq: permission of instructor
This course is the first phase of participation in the International Community Service Program and will facilitate the preparation of selected students for service experience abroad using the expertise of many faculty, students, programs and activities at UNK.
INTS 444 - International Studies Institute - 1-12 hours
Prereq: permission of instructor
This course is designed to combine travel and study in an international setting. The credit offered will be based on length and type of program.
INTS 445 - International Studies Field Study - 1-6 hours
Prereq: none
This course is designed to allow students to learn a wide variety of topics from scholars in international settings. Students who sign up for INTS 445 will attend lectures or courses at non-US universities or colleges. The credit offered will depend on the length and type of instruction available.
INTS 470 - International Community Service - 1-6 hours
Prereq: permission of instructor
This course offers UNK students an opportunity to work in service programs throughout the world and put what they have learned at UNK to use in a variety of programs.
INTS 480 - Special Topics - 1-3 hours
Prereq: none
Topics and programs chosen from the area of International Studies not included in the normal offerings.
INTS 490 - Directed Readings - 1-4 hours
Prereq: written approval from the director
This course is directed independent readings in various topics in international studies. It is done under the supervision of the International Studies Program Director and directed by a University of Nebraska faculty member.
INTS 496 - Senior Seminar in International Studies - 3 hours
Prereq: none
This interdisciplinary course serves as the capstone course for INTS majors. It will normally be organized around a given topic or set of topics appropriate to International Studies chosen by the instructor and culminating in a final paper or project. The course may also include a study abroad or service learning/internship component.

26 Jul 2010