• Program Handbook

    • The BA Program Handbook is the comprehensive guide to the BA INTS Program at the Josef Korbel School of International Studies.

  • Major & Minor Requirements

    • This is a quick one-page overview of the requirements for the INTS Major.

      Note: The best way to track your INTS degree progress is to download the INTS Planning Sheet on the Academic Advising Tab. The INTS Planning Sheet was converted into a fillable PDF, which will allow you to enter information into the form and save it on your computer.

    • This is a quick one-page overview of the requirements for the INTS minor.

  • Description of Specialization Areas

    • INTS Majors and Minors both require at least one specialization within their degree program. This document gives a brief overview of the available specializations.

  • Internship Opportunities

    • For more information regarding internship opportunities, please visit https://portfolio.du.edu/intsintern or contact our Internship Coordinator at baints@du.edu.

       

  • Study Abroad Requirement

    • This document gives a in-depth look at study abroad requirements for INTS Majors and Minors. It also includes information on the DU Partner Program, Unaffiliated Programs, INTS Course Approval, and Transfer of Credits.

      The Office of International Education manages the study abroad program at DU. They are the best resource for almost all study abroad questions. The Korbel BA Program recommends that INTS students, at their earliest convenience, check out their online First Step Session to learn about the Study Abroad options at DU.

      INTS majors generally study abroad in Fall of their Junior year. That means that INTS majors should start working with the Office of International Education at the begining of their Sophomore year to get their Study Abroad set up. 

      Also check out the process for potentially earning INTS credit while abroad. Note: If you are doing an internship abroad, you should follow the internship-for-credit instructions.

  • Foreign Language Requirement

  • Apply for Graduation

    • Undergraduate students should apply at least three quarters before the intended quarter of graduation, after they have earned a minimum of 122 credits.

      The Registrar has a document that lists step-by-step instructions on how to apply to graduate.

This portfolio last updated: 15-Jun-2018 1:24 PM