International Relations & AffairsPrint
Topics of Study
In this program, you will learn about the social, cultural, historical, economic, and political relations between countries of the world. You will study how foreign policy is developed and conducted and learn about current international politics and institutions. You will study about regions and countries of the world and develop skills in a foreign language. Other studies include national security, international law, and specific countries and regions. You may take courses in political science, sociology, anthropology, foreign language, economics, and history.
- A bachelor's degree prepares individuals for positions in government, business, communications, finance, and education.
- A graduate degree is required to do research, plan your own projects, or teach in college.
- Graduates with a degree in international relations may find opportunities in diplomacy, law, public relations, journalism, and banking, among others.