International Relations Program
102 Maxwell Hall
Sherburne Abbott, Lamis Abdelaaty, Edwin Ackerman, Merima Ali, Alan Allport, Douglas V. Armstrong, Elizabeth Ashby, Hossein Bashiriyeh, Mona Bhan, Horace Campbell, Frederick Carriere, Linda Carty, A.H. Peter Castro, Matthew R. Cleary, Francine D’Amico, Sean Drake, Emily Dressing, Gavan Duffy, Michael R. Ebner, Colin Elman, Miriam F. Elman, Gary Engelhardt, Margarita Estévez-Abe, Peng Gao, Ryan Griffiths, Dimitar Gueorguiev, Paul M. Hagenloh, Timur Hammond, Erin Hern, Azra Hromadzic, Matthew Huber, Hugo Jales, Jok Jok, Seth Jolly, Andrew Jonelis, Amy Kallander, George Kallander, Thomas M. Keck, Osamah F. Khalil, Audie Klotz, Natalie Koch, Radha Kumar, Prema Kurien, Norman A. Kutcher, Derek Laing, Sandra Lane, Yoonseok Lee, Mengxiao Liu, Andrew London, Yingyi Ma, Gladys McCormick, Daniel McDowell, Devashish Mitra, D. Glyn Morgan, Charles Morris, Arthur Paris, Thomas Perreault, Jane Read, Lars Rodseth, Alexander Rothenberg, Robert A. Rubinstein, Tod Rutherford, S.N. Sangmpam, Rebecca Schewe, Yüksel Sezgin, Martin S. Shanguhyia, Naomi Shanguhyia, Abdulaziz Shifa, Farhana Sultana, Brian D. Taylor, Robert Terrell, Simon Weschle, Yael Zeira
The undergraduate BS major in international relations helps students develop the analytic, cultural, and linguistic skills needed to understand contemporary international affairs, to function effectively in a global environment, and to prepare for further academic or professional study and international career opportunities. This multidisciplinary program provides students with tools and approaches from social science disciplines - anthropology, economics, geography, history, political science, and sociology - to explore current issues in international affairs and to conceptualize global citizenship.
The BS degree program is a 48-credit major that provides advanced training in economics, data analytics, and research methods.