The Global Studies Program seeks to be a hub for global education and international activities at St. Cloud State University.
The program is home to the major and minor programs in Global Studies. It also collaborates with the African Studies, East Asian Studies and Latin American Studies programs.
Global Studies also hosts lectures and seminars on global issues. Please click on the Events link for specific upcoming activities. We are open to collaboration with any on or off campus entities interested in fostering global scholarship and teaching at SCSU and in the greater St. Cloud area.
February 28-March 1, 2014 at SCSU
Finding out what works in Global Education
GLST 195: Global Society and Citizenship 3 credits Usually 4 sections are offered per semester, including one online, as well as one or two sections in the summer. The class can fulfil LEP Goal Area 8 or 9. Passing this class with a C or better grade is required to be admitted to the Global Studies major or minor.
Summer 2014: One online section (all summer long) and one face-to-face during the first 3 weeks of the summer session I will be offered.
GLST 400: Special topics
Offered on demand.
GLST 444: Internship 1-9 credits
Hours arranged - see Global Studies advisor to fill our necessary paperwork.
GLST 495: Senior Seminar in Global Studies 3 credits
Capstone seminar required for graduation. Offered in the spring semester.
Global Studies Director is Dr. Mikhail Blinnikov, Professor of Geography. His office is in the department of Geography and Planning in Stewart Hall room 344. His office hours are MF 9-11 am W 9-10am and TTh 12-2 pm. Please call 308-2263 or email him (msblinnikov "at" stcloudstate.edu) to set up an appointment. Additional advising hours at the Center of Global Studies (EDU A216) by appointment. The Center is open during the day for students interested to browse literature, obtain forms, or schedule an appointment with the advisor.