The Global Studies program is a good fit for students looking for an interdisciplinary approach to understanding economic, political social, cultural and historical forces.
No, applicants with bachelor’s degrees are encouraged to apply, but it will take students with only a bachelor’s degree longer to complete the program.
Students in the Global Studies program are required to take 75 credits of coursework. For more information, please review the Academic Catalog.
Yes, Global Studies students that are enrolled full-time will be provided tuition as well as stipend in the form of a research or teacher assistantship. For more information please visit our funding opportunities page.
The Global Studies program offers three focus areas: Theory in Global Studies, Conflict, Cooperation, Security and Human Rights and International Political Economy, Trade and Development. For thorough descriptions and courses offered please visit the academic catalog.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and a representative will be happy to discuss the program and how it might fit with your goals and aspirations.
Graduates will be prepared to embark upon jobs in academia, as well as private and public research institutions.
Applicants should have a general direction or research interest when applying to the program. It is expected that these interests will shift and develop as students go through the program.