International Relations Concentration

Students in the international relations concentration of the politics major study the relationship of the United States to the rest of the world by comparing political systems, studying economic factors and examining the policies and practices of governmental institutions around the globe. The international relations concentration is a particularly useful means of understanding the forces of globalization.

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Job options for graduates of the international relations concentration:

Diplomat
Foreign Service
Non-profit organizations (i.e. Peace Corps)
Governmental organizations

Embassy
Lawyer
International government organizations (i.e. NATO, EU, United Nations)

The international relations concentration is offered through the Politics major.

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