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    Majors



    Asian Studies
    European Studies
    International Studies
    International Security Studies
    Latin American Studies
    Middle Eastern Studies
    Russian and East European Studies

    In the process of completing an CIS degree, students obtain a number of useful skills that will make them more competitive in an increasingly international job market.

    International Communication and Adaptability - CIS students study at least 16 hours of a foreign language which, combined with a study abroad experience, allows students to become proficient in speaking, reading and writing a foreign language and to more readily adjust to new and different environments.

    Cultural Awareness - Through a combination of coursework and study abroad experience, SIAS students learn about foreign cultures and customs, develop inter-cultural skills, and become more sensitive toward and welcoming of cultural diversity.

    Academic Tools - CIS students develop a broad base of knowledge in their area of focus, the ability to conduct research and analyze information from a variety of sources, and the written and oral communication skills necessary to express their thoughts effectively.