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Global & Area Studies|College of Arts and Sciences
 

Your Gateway to the World

 

The primary goal of the Global & Area Studies Program is to provide a solid understanding of global issues and world affairs. Students majoring in international studies participate in a rigorous academic curriculum that includes the learning of a foreign language, and they are involved in numerous activities outside the classroom that contribute to their understanding of international affairs and prepare them for a career in the global workplace. Our students are highly encouraged to study abroad, to do internships, field research and get involved in community service. Students graduating with a degree in international studies are able to recognize and appreciate the historical, political, social, cultural, and economic dimensions of international processes and issues, integrating these into an interdisciplinary perspective. Explore your options. We look forward to hearing from you!

Learn more about the Gateway to the World Freshman Interest Group (FIG) for incoming freshman.

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Global & Area Studies Excellence Initiative

America & the World in 20/20 - Conference Info and Report

David Ignatius looked at President Obama and his new national security team and the key issues that will dominate the next four years: Iran, Syria, and the wider Arab Revolution: Afghanistan, post-America, and China. He discussed each, trying to explain the personalities and the issues in Washington and around the world.

Global Studies Excellence Initiative - America & the World in 20/20 Conference

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U.S. Foreign Policy in 2013 and Beyond featuring keynote speaker David Ignatius

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