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As the global media focuses even more intently on worldwide issues, this degree gives graduates the ability to understand and interpret the dynamics of the international system in the 21st century, and to become active players in an increasingly complex and interdependent world.
Hult’s International Relations
Major draws on the techniques and modes of thought of the social sciences, yet reaches out across a range of academic disciplines. It includes elements of Political Science, Economics, Sociology, History, and a number of other disciplines in seeking to understand and explain contemporary world affairs. Beyond the core courses of this degree, students may choose any of the ten Hult concentrations, although electives are typically drawn from Conflict & Security, Global Governance, International Economics, and Public Policy.
Core International Relations Major Courses
World Order Since 1945
The principles & Practices of Global Governance
The Sources & Dynamics of Conflict
Global Political Economy
Key Themes of International Law
The Politics of the Global South since 1945
Global Security in the 21 st Century
Theories of International Relations
Contemporary Issues in International Relations
International Relations Major Learning Objectives:
International Relations Major Career Opportunities:
- Provides knowledge of key events, processes, and actors that shape International Relations.
- Develops analytical skills to assess trends and future patterns of global development.
- Sharpens abilities to make oral presentations, construct arguments and debate contemporary issues in International Relations.
- Improves abilities to write clearly and to conduct project-based research, including internet-based investigation.
- Provides experience in group project dynamics.
- Enhances intercultural communication skills.
Students completing this major earn a Bachelor of Arts in International Relations
and upon graduation can explore career and professional opportunities in:
- Diplomacy & International civil service
- Human rights and international law
- NGO management
- Policy planning and analysis
- Public administration
- The risk industry (e.g. environmental impact assessment)