The Minor in Global Engagement offers an interdisciplinary curriculum that integrates theory with practice and that connects students to the places and communities they are studying through its community-engaged seminars. Small faculty to student ratio, a cornernstone of Honors education, allows for the in-depth exploration of a wide range of topics. Emphasis is on the development of critical thinking, writing, research and leadership skills.
See the Global Honors Mission and Learning Outcomes page for more information about the benefits of the Minor in Global Engagement.
The Minor in Global Engagement requires 25-28 credits:
- 17-20 credits from Global Honors courses, including 2-5 from the introductory TGH 203 or TGH 300, plus 15 from the core courses TGH 301, TGH 302, and TGH 303.
- 8 credits from Global Honors capstone courses, including 3 from the preparatory TGH 490 and TGH 491, plus 5 from TGH 494, TGH 495, or TGH 496.
NOTE: As per the honors cohort model, Global Honors courses are intended to be taken sequentially over the course of two years. Flexible alternatives may be available on a case-by-case basis for students with limited schedule availability.
Flexible pathways with fewer total credits are available for students without the schedule availability to complete the full Minor in Global Engagement.
Minor in Global Engagement Course Breakdown:
Admission Requirements / How to Declare
NOTE: Enrollment in the Minor is through the Global Honors admissions process, with priority given to students with a 3.5 GPA and higher.
You can declare a minor by using the same request to declare/change major form and submitting it to the Office of the Registrar. You must have earned a minimum of 45 credits and declared a major before declaring a minor. If you have any questions about this process, please contact Assistant Director, Sally Murphy (email@example.com).