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Students interested in International and Global Studies should first contact the Director and set up an appointment.

Once a student chooses a region (e.g. European Studies), the track director for that region becomes the principal administrative contact for the student. In addition, students will choose a disciplinary academic adviser. Students who write a thesis may pick their thesis adviser from their disciplinary specialization and their second reader, who must be from a different department. The International Studies director is always available for consultation.

Step 1

Click the image below to track who is in charge of the various components of your IS degree.

Advising Wizard

Step 2

Use the links below to review the requirements for your track and to complete your Degree Audit Form.

  • African Studies
    PDF: AS Wizard 2014.5, 2015 (2016) Word
    PDF: AS Wizard 2017 (2016)  Word
    PDF: AS Wizard 2017 and after  Word
  • East Asian Studies
    PDF: EAS Wizard 2014.5, 2015 (2016)  Word
    PDF: EAS Wizard 2017 (2016)  Word
    PDF: EAS Wizard 2017 and after  Word
  • European Studies
    PDF: EUS Wizard 2014.5, 2015 (2016) Word
    PDF: EUS Wizard 2017 (2016)  Word
    PDF: EUS Wizard 2017 and after  Word
  • Latin American Studies
    PDF: LAS Wizard 2014.5, 2015 (2016) Word
    PDF: LAS Wizard 2017 (2016) Word
    PDF: LAS Wizard 2017 and after  Word
  • Middle East Studies
    PDF: MES Wizard 2014.5, 2015 (2016) Word
    PDF: MES Wizard 2017 (2016) Word
    PDF: MES Wizard 2017 and after  Word
  • Russian & East European Studies
    PDF: REES Wizard 2014.5, 2015 (2016) Word
    PDF: REES Wizard 2017 (2016) Word
    PDF: REES Wizard 2017 and after  Word
  • South Asian Studies
    PDF: SAS Advising Wizard 2014.5, 2015 (2016) Word
    PDF: SAS Wizard 2017 (2016) Word
    PDF: SAS Wizard 2017 and after  Word

Step 3

Use this guide to see what courses count for the Regional Specialization.

Use this list to see what courses count for Global Courses.