Intercultural Studies

Majoring in intercultural studies offers students with a special interest in non-Western countries a chance to design their own major based on a course of study that focuses on a specific region or country. All intercultural studies majors are encouraged to study abroad in the area of the world that they are studying.

Kim Rostan

Meet Dr. Kim Rostan

Dr. Kim Rostan, associate professor of English, coordinates the intercultural studies major. She also serves as co-coordinator of the African and African- American studies program and the Middle Eastern and North African Studies program. She teaches courses in English and the humanities at Wofford, including Literature of Witnessing and Human Rights, African Literature, Literature of India and Pakistan and Race, Gender and Empire.

Meghan Curran

Meghan Curran ’19

Meghan Curran fell in love with Middle Eastern and North African (MENA) Studies. While Wofford does not have a MENA major, Curran was able to follow her passions through the intercultural studies major. “I was able to essentially build my own program of study to combine my many academic interests,” says Curran. She is pursuing a master’s degree in human rights and multiculturalism at the University of South-Eastern Norway.

Recent graduates in intercultural studies are pursuing careers in:



Foreign Service

International Business


Marketing and Communications

Public Administration


Social Service

Intercultural Studies students have completed postgraduate studies at:

Charleston School of Law

Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary

Mercer University

Middlebury College

Rice University

University of Georgia

University of South Carolina

Wake Forest University

Webster University