The International Affairs interdisciplinary curriculum exposes students to courses in various disciplines while also giving students flexibility to select the courses and disciplines that interest them most.
- Along with the University Wide requirements and the NUPath Requirements, the B.A. in International Affairs begins with a core set of 6 courses that are required for all majors. This multidisciplinary set of courses includes coursework from international affairs, political science, anthropology, economics, and history.
- There are 3 regional analysis elective courses as well as 3 global dynamics courses required.
Regional options include Latin America, Asia, Middle East, Europe, Russia, and Africa. Global dynamics courses provide students with a comparative perspective of global issues, and these courses complement their regional specializations. Students can choose from a wide-range of global options in various disciplines that interest them.
- Requirements also include an international experience as well as a foreign language requirement.
- The final course required for the major in International Affairs is the Senior Capstone course.
More detailed information on these courses can be found below on the International Affairs, BA page.
For a list of International Affairs courses, please go to our Course Catalog
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