Trevor Francis, Director
Old Main 518
8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Monday through Friday
Explore the lives of people of African descent to illustrate their importance to history and the formation and function of the modern global community. The African and African American Studies program promotes an interdisciplinary approach to the study of the history, culture, and identity of Africans and African Americans.
The Asian Studies Program provides resources and training in Asian languages, cultures, history, politics and economics. In addition to offering a minor, the program supports research initatives, study abroad, and extra-curricular activities of faculty, students, and the local community. The program strives to provide students with a well-rounded education essential for careers in which knowledge of Asia is vital, promote interdisciplinary research on the Pacific region, and serve as a source of knowledge and expertise for the community.
European Studies offers a major leading to a Bachelor of Arts degree. Students with an interest in the changing face of Europe may combine their work in a European language (Spanish, French, German, Italian, or Russian) with relevant courses from a range of disciplines, including: Economics, Political Science, History, Philosophy, Literature, Geography and the Fine Arts. Each program is tailored to interests, but all participants achieve an understanding of the historical, political, economic, and cultural forces shaping Europe.
The LAST program addresses the need for academic understanding and active cultural engagement with the Latin American world, within Fulbright College as well as across the University and for our state and regional communities. We strive to be an innovative interdisciplinary program of nationally and internationally recognized quality. The LAST program relies on the talents of a small group of dedicated faculty in the core disciplines of History and Political Science, Anthropology, Foreign Languages, Geography and Economics.
The King Fahd Center for Middle East Studies is an interdisciplinary program in Fulbright College, dedicated to the study of the modern Middle East and the geo-cultural area in which Islamic civilization prospered, and continues to shape world history. The Center offers an undergraduate co-major linked to regional language study. We specialize in history and politics, literature and popular culture, religious and secular practice and interpretation, human engagement with the environment and ecosystem in contemporary times and antiquity.
You may have account holds for a number of reasons; missing medical records, unpaid tuition or fines, or simply because you’re required to meet with an Advisor. If the latter is true, you’ll need to contact us to set up an appointment.
Not sure what to do? Explore the opportunities available for each degree. Visit the Career Development Center website to find out just what you can do with that major.
You will need to directly contact the faculty/instructor or the department’s office.
The dates for every semester are different! Make sure you check out the Academic Calendar for a detailed list.
You’ll need to check out the U of A’s Global Campus website.
Schedule a visit with us or drop by Old Main 518!
The listing for all courses can be found on ISIS.
Negative Ghost rider. Any grade earned at another institution WILL NOT apply to your UA GPA.
It means you’ll need to get consent from the department in order to take the class.
An elective is any class not required for your selected degree or major. A complete list of classes can be found in the Catalog of Studies.