Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Cultural and Global Studies Undergraduate Program By Central Michigan University |Top Universities

Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Cultural and Global Studies

Main Subject Area

Development StudiesMain Subject Area

Program overview

Main Subject

Development Studies

Degree

Other

Study Level

Undergraduate

The range of cultural diversity in American society and the world beyond demands that people in an ever-growing range of careers have the knowledge and communication skills to navigate cultural differences. Students in this major will choose a particular cultural or global area to study in depth. Possible areas of focus include African and African diaspora studies, American Indian studies, cultural competency, East Asian studies, European studies, Latin American and Latino studies, and Middle East and Islamic studies. The Cultural and Global Studies Major is designed with three important purposes in mind. It will equip students with broad understanding of the contemporary global context and its implications for human experience and action. It will help students to gain deeper knowledge and understanding of at least one culture other than their own. It will also equip students with critical tools in analysis, criticism, and communication that they can use to assess and navigate cultural differences. The knowledge and competencies gained in this program will provide students with critical skills sought by 21st-century employers in a wide range of fields, including business, health professions, government, non-governmental organizations, and social service agencies. This program can also prepare students for graduate study in their field of interest.

Program overview

Main Subject

Development Studies

Degree

Other

Study Level

Undergraduate

The range of cultural diversity in American society and the world beyond demands that people in an ever-growing range of careers have the knowledge and communication skills to navigate cultural differences. Students in this major will choose a particular cultural or global area to study in depth. Possible areas of focus include African and African diaspora studies, American Indian studies, cultural competency, East Asian studies, European studies, Latin American and Latino studies, and Middle East and Islamic studies. The Cultural and Global Studies Major is designed with three important purposes in mind. It will equip students with broad understanding of the contemporary global context and its implications for human experience and action. It will help students to gain deeper knowledge and understanding of at least one culture other than their own. It will also equip students with critical tools in analysis, criticism, and communication that they can use to assess and navigate cultural differences. The knowledge and competencies gained in this program will provide students with critical skills sought by 21st-century employers in a wide range of fields, including business, health professions, government, non-governmental organizations, and social service agencies. This program can also prepare students for graduate study in their field of interest.

Admission requirements

Undergraduate

79+
6+
Jan-2000

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