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Students seeking advisement in Islamic World Studies or wishing to declare a major or minor in Islamic World Studies should contact the Program Director, Dr. Mark DeLancey.
The Islamic World Studies Program takes a holistic approach to advising its Majors and Minors. We know that students are not only concerned about the requirements for their degree, but how they can construct their degree to set them up for future success in life. We understand the connection between the critical thinking and analysis that happens in our courses and their application in "the real world."
The following FAQ pages are a resource for students who may have general advising questions about requirements for the Islamic World Studies Program, the Liberal Studies Program or the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences. However, this should not be used as a substitute for in-person advising with a faculty advisor.
Visit the LAS Undergraduate Advising Forms page to find documents that are required to process various requests made by LAS undergraduate students.