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Students who earn a grade of B or better in five 3000-4000 Global Scholar courses and who have an institutional grade-point average of 3.0 or higher at the time of graduation will be recognized as Global Scholars. Courses with the Global Scholars designation are noted in the catalog course description.
Courses that count toward the Global Scholar Distinction may be from the major or from other disciplines. However, the intent of the Global Scholar Distinction initiative is for students to earn this designation within the bounds of their current undergraduate program. Students are not encouraged to take additional classes beyond those in their major, elective area, or minor (if applicable) in pursuit of this distinction. Find more information on the GSU 2020-21 Course Catalog.
Global Scholar courses can be found throughout the university. By Fall 2019, 430 courses were listed as Global Scholar courses in the College of Arts and Sciences, the Robinson College of Business, the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies, the School of Public Health, and the College of Education and Human Development. Each year, departments identify existing courses or add new courses with global content to the Global Scholars course list. Some examples are highlighted below. Availability may change by semester.
College of Arts and Sciences
- WORLD LANGUAGES – All 3000+ Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Japanese, Korean, Spanish
- APPLIED LINGUISTICS 4151: COMMUNICATION ACROSS CULTURES
College of the Arts
- ART HISTORY 4610: 20TH CENTURY ART OF EUROPE & US
Robinson College of Business
- BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 3000: GLOBALIZATION & BUSINESS PRACTICES
College of Nursing and Health Professions
- CNHP 3000: COMMUNICATION & CULTURAL DIVERSITY
Andrew Young School of Policy Studies
- ECONOMICS 4220: ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMICS & POLICY
Watch the video to learn how to find these courses in GoSolar or PAWS.
For course designation questions, please contact Kimberly Henshaw, Office of International Initiatives (email@example.com).
For Global Scholar student questions, please contact Diana Wrenn Rapp, Atlanta Global Studies Center (firstname.lastname@example.org).