Students may select one course from the following list. All students will take Academic English, in addition to a course selected from the list below.  Review the course listing and submit your Intent to Register form by March 1.

Courses have a minimum enrollment of 10 students with a maximum enrollment of 20. We strongly encourage you to register early to ensure you get the course of your choice. All courses are designed for undergraduates and for students with varying levels of English proficiency.

In 2015, Georgia State will offer 3 elective courses.

This course introduces students to the field of Arts Administration and Cultural Institutions. Field trips to different cultural institutions will enable students to learn about professional and vocational opportunities within the context of museums. Students will be introduced to a variety of learning, teaching, and administration theories for a museum career path. Students will have first hand experience visiting several types of cultural institutions, such as World of Coca-Cola, Georgia Aquarium, Atlanta Zoo, Paper Museum, Center for Puppetry Arts, the Fox Theater, the High Museum of Art, Atlanta Botanical Garden, Stone Mountain, or Atlanta Historical Center. This course focuses on the combination of theory and practice.

This course features lectures on topics in Molecular Biology and Biotechniques. Students will participate in hands-on experiments in gene cloning and protein expression and will take tours of biotech facilities for genomics and proteomics.

Students will explore the effects of globalization on leadership from multidisciplinary perspectives. Emphasis will be placed on the development or personal and professional leadership skills to address current and future challenges of global societies. Learning will be done through a combination of mini-lectures, readings, interviews, case analyses, simulations, and experiential learning.

*Courses subject to change based on availability and enrollment.

**Based on interest, other field-specific elective courses may be offered, as well, but are subject to the 10-student minimum enrollment.

For questions about course content or availability, please contact the Office of International Initiatives at or (404) 413-2530.