The International Institute (II) offers undergraduates a broad background in international and area studies through four majors, five minors, and numerous funding opportunities. Explore our programs through the links below to learn about prerequisites, coursework options, and degree requirements.
Majors at the II offer students a broad background in the study of a specific world region or global theme by drawing from courses in fields such as anthropology, economics, history, language, literature, political science, psychology, and sociology. Students completing a major will acquire in-depth knowledge of the region or global theme they study as well as area language competency. Majors include:
- International Studies
- Middle Eastern & North African Studies
- Latin American & Caribbean Studies
- Russian, East European, & Eurasian Studies
Minors require coursework related a world region or global theme. Those denoted with * require language competency. Minors include:
- International Studies*
- Islamic Studies
- Latin American & Caribbean Studies*
- Modern Middle Eastern & North African Studies
- Modern European Studies*
Visit our Undergraduate Advising page to connect with an advisor and schedule an appointment.