International Affairs Major
The major in International Affairs requires a minimum of 45 semester hours and leads to a bachelor of arts degree. The International Affairs major is designed to prepare students for success in a global society. It integrates the information, techniques and skills of several disciplines including political science, economics, history, geography, religion and modern languages to study and understand the complexity of the international environment.
The IA major includes courses from many disciplines relevant to a broad understanding of global affairs. Click here for the course curriculum.
Students graduating in international affairs pursue careers in international and public affairs, international business, diplomacy, public service, journalism and international humanitarian work.
Advisor: Dr. Roger Murphy
Location: Grise Hall, Room 300
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