Our program builds and integrates your intellectual interest and experience with small-group dialogue and interaction with theoreticians and practitioners in the field. At the heart of this degree program is the value of the experience: the opportunity to network and to apply knowledge developed through the online classroom.
What You’ll Learn
You will gain an understanding of the intellectual foundations of key foreign policy discussions and how the outcomes affect and are changed by the political process. You will develop analytical and advocacy skills and will be prepared to enter or continue careers in the public, private, and non-profit foreign policy and national security sectors.
Students who have at least a 3.0 GPA and wish to pursue a Master of Arts in International Relations (MAIR) after completing the undergraduate program can enroll in up to three of the graduate MAIR courses. These courses can be used toward both the undergraduate degree and meet requirements for the graduate degree. Students interested in pursuing this option should contact the Program Director for approval.