The Global Studies Concentration enables students to achieve an informed engagement with the world through a cross-disciplinary and comparative curriculum. Students will achieve this goal by taking courses which meet the program’s four core competencies:
- career-oriented skills
- foreign language proficiency
- intercultural competence
- professional skills and service leadership.
The program offers multiple courses across a variety of areas which help to satisfy: a direct transfer degree (DTA), an associate of science transfer (AS-T) degree (Track 1 and 2), an associate of applied science transfer (AAS-T) degree, as well as meet a number of the general education requirements required for an undergraduate degree [Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) and Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degrees].
Students may choose to complete this concentration of study and have it posted to their transcript ONLY when the student successfully completes the Associate in Arts Degree, AA-DTA . Otherwise, courses taken will transfer to four-year universities on a course-by-course basis only.
Students are urged to consult with their Green River advisor to plan their programs of study. Students are also urged to consult with a representative from the university they plan to attend.
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