Michael Schneider, History, chair
Roy Andersen, Economics
Daniel Beers, Political Science
Nancy Eberhardt, Anthropology/Sociology
Timothy Foster, Modern Languages
Todd Heidt, Modern Languages
Karen Kampwirth, Political Science
Robin Ragan, Modern Languages
Emre Sencer, History
Integrated International Studies (IIS) is an interdisciplinary major that provides strong educational preparation for those interested in understanding or participating in the international or global system. Students in this program acquire sophisticated perspectives on the structure and processes of the contemporary global system and develop skills of analysis and communication to support their professional engagement internationally.
The major integrates theories of modern social science and history with the practical mastery of foreign language(s) and cultures. Students are required to complete a set of core courses that introduce broad global themes; develop language skills to a functional level including conversational ability; apply the languages in classroom and non-classroom contexts; complete a geographic area specialization; and study or work abroad.
The departmental curriculum contributes to the College's Key Competency Requirements as follows:
Departmental Learning Goals
Students completing a major in Integrated International Studies will be able to: