The International Studies major integrates the perspectives of political science, economics, business, and history in an effort to provide the student with a more structured approach to a comprehensive understanding of the complex and interdependent nature of political, social, and economic factors which shape behavior in the international system. Five concentrations are offered which permit the student to focus in a given area of interest: (1) Conflict and Peace Studies; (2) Environmental Issues; (3) Global Trade and International Business; (4) Global Interdependence; or (5) an Area Studies concentration or a uniquely designed specialized concentration. The major prepares the student for careers in foreign service, the intelligence community, international business, the international policy-making community, related research fields, as well as law and teaching.
||Bachelors of Arts in International Studies|
||Business & MBA/Government & Global|