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​Course Requirements

Students who join Global Gateway Program must complete:

  • Six credit hours from the Arts & Sciences category
  • Six credit hours from the History & Social Sciences category
  • Three credit hours from the Electives category

The capstone course is three credit hours and is mandatory for all students joining Global Gateway.



 Arts and Sciences Category (complete 6 credit hours)


 History and Social Sciences Category (complete 6 credit hours)

  • WOH2012 History of Civilization I (3)
  • WOH2022 History of Civilization II (3)
  • INR2002 International Relations (3)
  • CPO2001 Introduction to Comparative Politics (3)
  • ANT2410 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology (3)
  • ANT2211 Peoples of the World (3)
  • GEO1400 Introduction to Human Geography (3)
  • GEA2000 World Regional Geography (3)

 Electives Category (complete 3 credit hours)

  • SPW2010 Introduction to Spanish Literature and Culture (3)
  • LIT2323 Multicultural Mythology (3)
  • MUN2830 African Drum and Dance Ensemble (3)
  • GEB2955 International Business Practices (3)
  • ECO2710 Introduction to International Economics (3)
  • SYG2012 Global Issues (3)
  • ASH2041 China: Its History and Culture (3)
  • ASH1044 Introduction to Middle Eastern History and Civilization (3)
  • IDS1195 Introduction to Chinese Culture (3)

 Capstone Course

  • IDS2311 Global Perspectives: An Interdisciplinary Course in Globalism
Contact Information

For more information contact Global Learning Office by phone (850) 201-8058 or e-mail

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