Foreign Studies (FGNS)

FGNS 2000 Foreign Studies 1-6 Credits

Prerequisite: permission of instructor.

These specialized courses provide opportunities for foreign travel along with a formal course of study. Faculty members direct all courses, which may include study at recognized and accredited institutions abroad. Courses focus on a major theme such as history, art, business, or language, or are interdisciplinary in nature.

FGNS 2001 Foreign Studies: U.S. and Mexico Borderland Studies 2 Credits

This course offers students an opportunity to participate in an organized travel seminar in the United States and Mexico. Students will meet and learn from people representing a broad range of perspectives on issues including cultural differences, immigration, environmental degradation, and global economic issues.

(3 contact hours: 1 lecture, 2 lab)