Students

The IDS minor requires 21 credits.  At least twelve of these credits must come from the CORE IDS courses and as many as nine credits can come from CONTENT courses. At least seven credits must be upper division credits.

 

                Content Courses
             (9 Credits Required)*

           (CONTENT COURSE DESCRIPTIONS)

  • ANTY 330H Peoples and Cultures of the World
  • ANTY 333S Culture and Population
  • ANTY 385S Indigenous Peoples and Global Development
  • BUS 160S Issues in Sustainability (COT)
  • COMX 415 Intercultural Communication
  • COMX 421 Communication and Nonprofit Organizations
  • ECNS 101S Economic Way of Thinking
  • ECNS 445 International Environmental Economics and Climate Change
  • ENST 410.8 Environmental Justice and Sustainable Development
  • ENST 440 Environmental Economics
  • GPHY 121S Introduction to Human Geography
  • GPHY 243X Africa
  • GPHY 245X The Middle East
  • GPHY/EVST 432 Human Role in Environmental Change
  • GPHY 433 Cultural Ecology
  • GPHY 434 Food and Famine
  • GPHY 444 High Asia
  • HSTR 231X Latin America, 1800-1990s
  • HSTR 241 Central Asian Culture and Civilization
  • HSTR 384E History of International Human Rights
  • MANS 495 Transitions from War to Peace
  • NASX 475 / PSCI 475 Indian Sovereignty and Policy
  • NRSM 352 Himalayan Environment and Development
  • NRSM 391 Society, Economy and Environment of the Mekong Delta
  • PSCI 220S Introduction to Comparative Government
  • PSCI 230 International Relations
  • PSCI 325 Politics of Latin America
  • PSCI 326 Politics of Africa
  • PSCI 327 Politics of Mexico
  • PSCI 343 Politics of Social Movements
  • PSCI 432 Inter-American Relations
  • PTRM 353 Tourism, Livelihoods & Sustainability in the Himalaya
  • SOCI 212S Social Issues in SE Asia
  • SOCI 346 Rural Sociology
  • SOCI 355 Population and Society
  • SOCI 443 Sociology of Poverty
  • SW 324 Gender and the Politics of Welfare

 

                   Core courses
               12 credits required

             (CORE COURSE DESCRIPTIONS)

 

 

 

*With permission of a core faculty member, up to 6 credits of field experience in International Development can be counted toward the content requirement

Teresa R. Sobieszczyk
(406) 243-4868
teresa.sobieszczyk@umontana.edu