Assess critical issues connected to our global community, including consumer capitalism, media culture, economic development and migration, gender and health, political conflict, sustainable futures, and democracy and civil society.
Critical understanding of contemporary processes and impacts of globalization, developing a multidisciplinary knowledge about broad global processes and at least one theme of global significance. Students have an in-depth theoretical and factual knowledge of a particular region of the world, with proficiency in a foreign language(s). Students also experience investigating, evaluating and synthesizing research questions with intercultural sensitivity, critical awareness, and ethnocentrism.
Program job titles reported
International Relations Manager; Global Clinical Operations Director; US Foreign Diplomat; Cultural Anthropologists; Historian
Program significant points
- This unique program begins with a critical focus on globalization, paying critical attention to and understanding about a core theme, namely globalization.
- Students have the opportunity to study ten languages to advanced level to get our students to a high competency to be effective in the workplace and graduate school.
- Our degree is designed to get our students to a high foreign language (or ASL) competency to make graduates effective in the workplace and graduate school.
- International programs and partnerships with organizations allow our students to study or work in dozens of countries in every part of the world tailored to their interest.
Select program hiring partners
Catholic Family Center, Haida Interact International Co., Ltd., Pulsafeeder, The New York Public Interest Research Group Fund, Wegmans
|Outcome||% of Students|
|Full-time Graduate Study||20.00%|