Global Studies Minor (GSM)

this multi-disciplinary undergraduate minor program is intended to help address a national priority identified by the National Science Foundation

“For the United States to remain at the forefront of world science and technology, it needs an educated science and engineering workforce capable of operating in the international research environment and a global market.”

  • How to Signup
  • Forms

How to Signup

  1. Review the list of courses - course list
  2. Complete the global studies minor worksheet (program of study form)
  3. Complete the undergraduate application for minor form
  4. Make an appointment with one of the advisory committee representatives to discuss your proposed program of study 
  5. Follow your advisors instruction for submitting the final 2 forms 

Forms

Fill out the "Program of Study" form and complete the campus "Undergraduate Application for Minor" form required by the Registrar's Office. 

Global Studies Minor Worksheet - Program of Study Form 
Undergraduate Application for Minor - Registrar's Office Form

2019-2020 Advisory Committee Representatives - Terms Expire (TE) in Auguest

Arts & Humanities                                                            

Andrew Behrendt  - TE 2021
Emilia Barbosa - TE 2022

Engineering

William (Bill) Gillis - TE 2021 (Chair)
Benjamin Kwasa - TE 2021
Syed Alam - TE 2022
Lesley Sneed - TE 2022

Sciences

Terry Wilson - TE 2021
Yue-wern Huang - TE 2022

Social Sciences

Bonnie Bachman - TE 2021
LiLi Eng - TE 2022

At Large

Joan Schuman - TE 2021

Advisory Committee Role

The Advisory Committee develops and maintains a written policy for reviewing and approving Missouri S&T-sponsored activities proposed to satisfy the International Experience requirement.   They also develops and maintain the list of approved courses that satisfy the “focus” or “international studies content” requirements.