Finals week is almost here! Be prepared and know when your finals are with the final exam schedule for fall 2016.
Still time to register! If you're still trying to fill up that spring schedule, consider REL 3165- Religion and Globalization!
- REL 3165- Religion & Globalization (spring 2017): This course will explore how religious communities grow and change as they spread across borders. We will use Christianity, Islam, and African Diaspora Religions are our main examples. Students will discover how faith traditions are challenged and expanded by people on the move. The course is held Mondays and Wednesdays from 4 to 5:40 pm. For more information, please contact Dr. Alisa Perkins. 4 Credits, No Prerequisites, Gen Ed Area 5
Global and international studies and Sigma Iota Rho sponsor a graduate school application workshop! Join us on Thursday, December 8 from 5:30 to 6:30 pm at 3025 Brown Hall to learn about the graduate school application process and what schools are looking for in prospective students. Dr. Ken Steuer will share some tips and strategies for a crafting an outstanding application. Students from all majors are welcome to attend.
Global and international studies hosts its second annual High School Model United Nations Conference, to be held Saturday, March 25 through Sunday, March 26, 2017.The WMU Model UN Club will invite high school students from around Michigan, Indiana, and Ohio to simulate Model UN activities and introduce potential future students to Western's campus.
Global and international studies graduate Austin Matheney was featured on "WMU Stories" in July, 2016 to talk about how his global and international studies degree and study abroad in experience in Cape Town, South Africa have influenced him.
The study abroad office is hosting Open Coffee Hours on the second floor of Ellsworth Hall from 8 to 10 a.m. every Wednesday and Thursday! Open Coffee Hours invites all study abroad alumni and friends to the office to drink free coffee and chat about study abroad.
Information on available courses
Pre-approved course list
Spring 2017 courses are available. Please check the registration schedule to see when you can start enrolling in courses.
Undergraduate Catalog 2016-17 available
Opportunities with global and international studies
Prefix change from INTL to GIST
Starting fall 2016 all courses offered through the global and international studies program will be listed under the prefix GIST. This change represents the need to distinguish global and international studies courses from study abroad courses as it was causing confusion among students and University staff.