Non-thesis 33-semester hour interdisciplinary degree program.

One course (Three credit hours):

  • Introduction to Graduate Studies in International Relations

Core Courses

Three courses (Nine credit hours):

  • Politics, Government, and Security

Four courses (12 credit hours)*:

  • Identity, Culture, and Communication
  • Economics, Environment, and Geography
  • Regions, Nations, and History

One course (Three credit hours):

  • Research Methods

Elective Courses

Two courses (Six credit hours):

  • Electives from an approved list of courses in:
  • Communication
  • Research
  • Economics and Business
  • Sociology
  • Geography
  • History
  • Human Relations
  • Political Science
  • International and Area Studies
  • Liberal Studies
  • Internship

*Students select two concentration areas and take two courses per area chosen.