Rhode Island College

2016-2017 Catalog


International Nongovernmental Organizations Studies C.U.S.

Completion Requirement

A 2.0 GPA in the program is required.

Course Requirements

Courses

CourseTitleCreditsOffered
INGO 300International Nongovernmental Organizations

4

Fall.
INGO 301Applied Development Studies

3

Spring.
INGO 302International Nongovernmental Organizations and Social Entrepreneurship

4

Spring.
INGO 303Pre-Internship Seminar in International Nongovernmental Organizations

1

As needed.
INGO 304Internship in International Nongovernmental Organizations

1-4

As needed.
POL 203Global Politics

4

Fall, Spring.

Note: INGO 303 may be waived for students with substantial international experience by consent of the program director, but they would need one additional INGO 304 credit to fulfill the certificate.

Note: INGO 304 can be taken in single or larger credit units, but must acquire a minimum of 3 credits.

ONE COURSE from:

CourseTitleCreditsOffered
ANTH 325South American Indians

4

Alternate years.
ANTH 327Peoples and Cultures: Selected Regions

4

As needed.
FREN 313Modern France and the Francophone World

4

Alternate years.
FREN 460Seminar in French

3

Spring.
HIST 348Africa under Colonial Rule

4

Annually.
HIST 349History of Contemporary Africa

4

Annually.
HIST 352Colonial Latin America

4

Spring.
HIST 353Modern Latin America

4

Fall.
NPST 400Institute in Nonprofit Studies

4

Summer.
NPST 404Communications and Resource Development for Nonprofits

3

Spring.
POL 300Methodology in Political Science

4

Fall, Spring.
POL 303International Law and Organization

4

Spring.
POL 341The Politics of Developing Nations

3

As needed.
POL 342The Politics of Global Economic Change

4

Every third semester.
POL 354Interest Group Politics

4

Fall (alternate years).
PORT 304Brazilian Literature and Culture

4

Alternate years.
PORT 305Lusophone African Literatures and Cultures

4

As needed.
SPAN 313Latin American Literature and Culture: From Eighteenth Century

4

Spring.

Note: Substitutions may be made with consent of program director.

THREE SEMESTERS OF LANGUAGE STUDY at the college level or its equivalent with permission of program director. (9-12 credits)

Total Credit Hours: 22-23