Minor in International Affairs
The Minor in International Affairs is especially useful for students preparing for graduate school or careers in internationally oriented fields. Completing a minor in international affairs signals to a prospective employer or graduate admissions committee that you have acquired a significant amount of knowledge about international affairs.
- A minimum of eighteen (18) hours of coursework in the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs that includes successful completion of:
- INTA 1110 (Introduction to International Relations);
- One course at the 2000-level (not to include INTA 2001 or 2010); and
- Twelve hours of upper-division (3000-level or higher) INTA coursework.
- No more than six (6) credit hours of Special Topics courses and three (3) credit hours of Special Problem or Undergraduate Research courses may be counted toward the minor.
- No more than three (3) credit hours of transfer credit can be counted toward the minor.
- Courses required by name and number and/or used to satisfy core areas A through E in a student's major degree program may not be used in satisfying the course requirements for a minor. However, courses used in a minor also may be used to fulfill other elective requirements (free electives, cluster electives, etc.) in the student's major degree program.
- A course may not be counted toward more than one minor and/or certificate.
- All courses must be taken on a letter-grade basis and a grade of C or better must be received in each course counted toward the minor.
- A student may petition to allow three (3) credit hours of upper-division, non-INTA coursework to count toward completion of the minor if that coursework is clearly relevant to International Affairs.
- All course prerequisites must be satisfied in order to register for upper-division coursework.
A complete set of guidelines for undergraduate minors is available on the Georgia Tech Course Catalog website.