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International Studies

This interdisciplinary degree prepares students for a wide variety of international fields through an introduction to courses in political science, history, sociology, economics, and foreign languages. There is also a required study abroad (or off-campus) experience. The program prepares students for careers and graduate study in an increasingly globally-integrated world. The degree consists of a designated core of courses taken by all majors and three concentrations of designated and elective courses. International Studies majors select one concentration in international politics, global development, or cultural studies. International Studies students are interested in languages, travel, culture, and politics.

 

What can you do with an International Studies degree?

Imagine yourself an ambassador, cultural anthropologist, ESL teacher, international salesperson, international intelligence analyst, international news reporter, or transportation specialist.