Staying on campus this semester? You can still get a global education by taking any one of these internationally-oriented courses!
ART132 History of World Art II: 1400 to Present
If you could spend hours at the Carnegie Museum of Art, this is for you. The course incorporates work from both Western and non-Western cultures, so you’ll get a broad survey of global artistic history.
BUS240 International Business
Dive into international trade, including strategy, product development and finance. If you ever dream of working outside the United States, this course will help prepare you for the transition.
CST213 Special Topics: Silk Screen Asian Film Festival
The Silk Screen Festival brings the work of Asian filmmakers to Pittsburgh audiences. Evaluate the work from a cultural studies perspective with Dr. Kingsbury.
CST234 Asian Foodways
Are you a foodie? You’ll savor this course on the culinary traditions of Asia.
ECN262 Global Environmental Economics
For environmental advocacy to be successful, it needs to be grounded in global economic realities. Understand the economics behind environmental policy in this ENV course.
ENG425 Bleak Houses: Shifting Landscapes of the English Novel
You don’t need a TARDIS to explore England’s literary history! Travel all the way back to the 1850s, then work your way up to the writing of modern-day English authors.
According to the course description, “This course will examine the 20th-century condition of exile in relation to its different configurations, from European émigrés to postcolonial subjects to experiences of exile in the United States, to the relation of exile to Diaspora (African, Indian, and Jewish).”