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International Communications Minor

The unique focus of international relations, communication as diplomacy, and political economy of media make this program attractive to those who want to apply communicative dimension to their professional field in an increasingly multi-sector global system.

Degree Type
Area of Interest
Associated Colleges or Schools
Program Location
  • Queens Campus
Required Credit Hours


Non-Study Abroad Option

COM 1001, COM 3101, COM 3102
6 credits in a foreign language
3 credits from each list:

  • LIST I:   GOV: 2650, 2660, 2690, 3630, 3710/ASC 2710, GOV 3720/ASC 2710, 3820
  • LIST II:   ASC 1230 or ASC 1250
  • LIST III: GEO 1001, ENG 1069, TVF 1508

Study Abroad Option

COM 1001, COM 3101, GOV 1610
3 credits chosen from COM 3102*, 7001, 7002
6 credits in a foreign language
6 credits taken with the Study Abroad Program

An internship abroad is available to those with excellent foreign language skills.

*Students opting to do a semester in Rome are advised to complete COM 1001, COM 3102 and 6 credits in language before departure and COM 3101A and GOV 1610A as part of their Rome semester.

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