Northeastern University’s International Affairs Program offers a cutting-edge, interdisciplinary, and experiential-based Master of Arts in International Affairs. Its mission is to train students in global policy and advocacy issues, the major conceptual frameworks and socio-cultural understandings that inform those processes and concerns, and the role of international organizations in global governance. Students are equipped with the substantive, analytic, and methodological skills needed to address an array of issues facing societies and organizations across the globe. The two-year, 36-credit MA in International Affairs has a Plus One option for qualified Northeastern undergraduates.
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