Bachelor's Degree Programs: Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts
Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts
Applied Languages and Intercultural Studies
Focus: studying foreign languages within the contexts in which they are spoken (including social and technical communication; cultural perspectives; industry; arts and literature; media; and science) thereby providing students with the competitive edge needed to meet 21st century language requirements of the global marketplace.
Focus: developing an understanding of economic theory and practice in the contemporary world; an understanding of the global, interdependent, and multicultural environment in which we live; and quantitative and qualitative analytical skills centered upon policy-relevant issues in the economic and international arenas.
Focus: understanding the global, economically interdependent, multilingual, and multicultural environments in which we exist, and helping students develop not only an in-depth knowledge of their own cultures, but also the capacity to function effectively in a second culture.
Focus: building upon a broad-based training in humanities, mathematics, computing, science, and social sciences to further focus on global issues related to the origin and impact of technology and science.
Focus: providing students with an understanding of factors that shape international affairs within the contexts of technology, scientific analysis, and ethics; security and diplomacy; comparative politics, cultures, and societies; and political economy.