International Development Studies

Sample First-Year Programs

Fall Term

Winter Term

IDS 1100/6 Introduction to International Development Studies

ECON 1104/3 Introduction to Economic Theory
ECON 1106/3 Intro to Economic Development***

ANTH 1002/3 Introductory Cultural Anthropology

6 -12 Credit Hours in Another Area of Interest. Examples:

CRS 1200/6 Introduction to Conflict Resolution Studies
SOC 1101/6 Introduction to Sociology
POL 1011/6 Introduction to Politics
HIST 1010/6 Introduction to History
GEOG 1102/3 AND GEOG 1103/3 Introductory Human Geography I and II

RHET 1105/3 Academic Writing*

3 Credit Hours of Humanities or Science**

Note: Students may use a maximum of 42 credit hours at 1000 level towards a degree.

*RHET-1105/3 is required if grade less than 80% in English 40S (2 credits) see Section VIII of the course calendar for specific requirements.
**See Section VIII of the course calendar for specific course listings and other degree requirements.
***Students planning to major in Economics should take ECON-1102/3 and ECON-1103/3 (Introduction to Economics: Micro and Macro) instead of the Introduction to Economics courses for non-majors.