Gain an in-depth understanding of international relations, conflict and change, and sensitivity to diverse cultures.
The International Studies program offers an interdisciplinary major, with the option of concentrating in Diplomacy and Security or Sustainability and Global Justice, and three interdisciplinary minors: Latin American Studies, Middle East Studies or Peace Studies. These courses of study are designed to prepare students for work and life in an increasingly interconnected world.
The program provides a broad-based foundation in world history, culture, politics, and economics. The major is well-suited to students interested in careers in such rapidly growing sectors as international business, law, media, governmental and non-governmental organizations concerned with diplomacy, policy-making, global justice, sustainability, public health, peace, relief operations, immigration, and the environment.
Donovan ’19 Taking in Toyko During Year Abroad
International Studies major Donovan Uhlman '19 IS in Tokyo for a year abroad at Musashi University. Taking in the sights during his first week, he stopped by the Tokyo Jazz Festival in Yoyogi Park, where Kenichi Sonoda & His Dixie Kings played a rousing rendition of (what else?) "When the Saints Go Marching In."
Greece Deputy Minister Visits Emmanuel
This semester, students in the Political Science & International Studies Departments enjoyed a visit from Terens-Nikolaos Quick, Greece's Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs. Students had the chance to ask questions about current events and more.
Student-Alumni Panel Presents at National Conference
In November 2017, Maggie O'Connor '17, Va'aifetu Ripley '17, Collin Butler '18, Megan Rockett '18 and Katherine Quinn '17 presented their panel discussion, "Geopolitics, Energy and Democracy on Collision Course in the Mediterranean" at the Northeast Political Science Association (NPSA) Conference in Philadelphia.
Small classes, big advantages
Faculty in the International Studies department encompass a range of expertise from world history and religions, international economics and politics, sociology, literature and langauge.
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