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International Studies




The International Studies curricula are designed to give students a background of events, economics, and cultures of the world. Students may take a broad view or concentrate on the business aspects of international concerns. Much flexibility is available, but all students majoring in International Studies must spend at least four weeks (preferably a semester) studying abroad. Students may wish to concentrate on a particular country, focus on a selected part of the world, or seek a broad understanding of international relations.

Graduates will find many career opportunities ranging from service vocations (in organizations such as the United Nations, U.S. Department of State, and world relief groups) to international business occupations. The international internship sometimes results in an offer of a career. This major or minor may also lead to graduate study in politics, law, economics, history, or other related fields.