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The International Relations Undergraduate Program is an interdisciplinary degree drawn from courses in Economics, International Business, Political Science and History. The degree provides a broad understanding of world affairs and competence for entry-level positions in the field. It is also suitable for entrance into law school or graduate school.
The Graduate International Relations Department is committed to cultivating informed and responsible leaders in the global community. Utilizing an interdisciplinary approach to analyzing global security and human development, the Master of Arts in International Relations provides students with a comprehensive framework for studying and engaging international issues and the global common good.
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