Completing an advanced degree in international affairs
See yourself with a sophisticated career that could take you literally anywhere? Pursue a master’s degree in international affairs.
If you already completed your bachelor’s degree, the traditional master’s track is the option for you.
- Required courses are generally scheduled in the late afternoon or early evening to accommodate students who have jobs.
- Some courses are available online.
Designed to succeed
The traditional master's degree track is designed to fit your learning needs – whether you’re a full-time working professional or a full-time student pursuing graduate-level education.
Review the guidelines for successfully completing the program:
- You must complete 36 credit hours of course work
- You must satisfy the two-semester second language requirement.
- Course work involves six required courses, an extensive independent research project and elective courses reflecting your specific interests within the program.
- If you have a GPA below 3.7, you will be required to pass a comprehensive exam at the end of your studies.
- International students must be enrolled full time.