Crystal Murphy, Ph.D., Director
Professors: Badrinarayana, Carty, Sfeir;
Associate Professors: Horton, Loustau, Martin, Murphy;
Assistant Professors: Fuentes-Julio, Kwon, Manson, Molle;
Presidential Fellow: Nesbitt.
The Master of Arts in International Studies is a professional degree designed to prepare graduates for careers in the international, non-profit sector. Students will have the credentials to apply for careers in the federal government, a non-government organization (NGO) or an intergovernmental organization. The M.A. in International Studies is a multidisciplinary degree including political science, comparative sociology, economics with an emphasis on trade and development, social psychology, foreign languages and other related fields.
Students follow a core curriculum and have a variety of electives they can take in development issues, political economy, social change and sustainable development.
DegreesMaster of ArtsAccelerated Program