Gain a deep understanding of global issues, international organizations, and diplomatic practices, and acquire the skills needed to navigate the intricacies of international relations.
The major objectives of the International relations are to:
- Prepare students for lives of enlightened and responsible citizenship.
- Assist students to attain knowledge of the theory and practice of global politics and understand key concepts and concerns in international relations, including notably the way power is acquired and used globally and how states and non-state actors interact.
- Encourage students develop the faculties of expression and critical thinking, deal with numerous issues, concepts, and theories to expand their knowledge of the world around them.
- Prepare students for graduate work in Civil society, International organizations, Non-Governmental Organizations, politics, law, and public service.
- Align relationships between countries, the roles of sovereign states and inter-governmental organizations, international and other non-governmental organizations as well as multinational corporations.
An International relations degree program covers topics related to political science, sociology, law, criminology, cultural studies, psychology, government, and history. Students of International studies hone several skills, including public speaking and their ability to network and make professional connections and on important aspects as research, writing, and critical thinking.
Here are common goals that graduate who have earned International studies degrees might try to accomplish:
- Diplomat – Maintaining good relations between countries
- International aid/development worker
- Human rights advocate
- Global Political analyst
- Lobbyist – Promoting ideas to those who can make them a reality
- Communication Specialist
- International Consultant
- International Civil Servant/Bureaucrat
- Intelligence specialist
Program Learning Outcomes
|Year 1 – Freshmen|
Introduction to International Relations
Evolution of Contemporary International System
|Year 2 – Sophomore|
Structure of International System
Philosophy, Logic & Human Existence
International Law & Diplomacy
|Year 3 – Junior|
Theories of International Relations
|Year 4 – Senior|
American Foreign Policy since 1945
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Once you’ve completed your application and connected with an admissions representative, you’re ready to create your schedule.