College: College of Arts and Sciences
The International Studies Program affords the student an opportunity to develop areas of concentration in International Studies, Europe, Mediterranean, and Developing Areas such as Africa, Asia, the Middle East, and Latin America. Internship experiences may be undertaken only after completing at least 21 hours of credit in the concentration area.
Students who major in International Studies choose many different career paths, including: government, politics, business, education, and nonprofit.
Because there are multiple ways to register, we encourage you to contact the University Advisement Center or the College of Arts & Sciences Office of Academic Assistance for more information.