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There are three paths for studying non-Western courses (or courses with a strong non-Western base) at Huntington University. This may be achieved through:
    1. Traditional fall/spring semester courses
    2. January term courses
    3. Off-campus programs

Students who choose non-Western studies as an interdisciplinary minor will complete 22 hours of appropriate non-Western courses from the:

  • Bible and Religion department (BR 331, 333ORT, HE 111, 121)
  • English department (EN 331EL, 337, 374, 454)
  • History and Political Science department (HS 222, 261, 337, 346, 373, 456)
  • Ministry and Missions department (MI 233RS, 321)
  • Social Work department (SW 395, 471)
  • Sociology department (SO 111, 141, 321, 333)
  • TESOL Institute (TE 233, 234, 235, 336, 396)

Other credit may apply from January term courses, independent study, or off-campus coursework approved by the Centre director, who shall function as advisor to students who choose the non-Western studies minor.