B.A. Degrees in Languages & Literatures
The Department of Languages & Literatures offers courses in nine languages, with majors in French and Spanish, and minors in French, Spanish, German and Italian. Additional courses are available in Mandarin, Japanese, Ancient Greek and Latin.
B.A. in International Relations
The major in International Relations is designed to give students a holistic understanding of international affairs, providing a strong background in international relations and comparative government as preparation for careers in the U.S. and abroad as well as graduate study.
M.A. in International Relations
The graduate curriculum for International Relations focuses on comparative politics and international affairs to give students an advanced understanding of world politics and thereby enhance their career options, particularly in international fields.
M.A. in Peace & Justice Studies
The full-time Peace & Justice Studies graduate program, limited to a maximum of 12 students, is an interdisciplinary program emphasizing ethics, international affairs, and conflict resolution. Students enter together once a year in mid-August and graduate one year later.
The IMBA is a full-time, cohort-based program designed to be completed in 16 to 22 months. The structure of the program is flexible, offering students a number of elective options in addition to the traditional business foundation courses. Students in the program have international business experiences on two continents that are organized and supported by the Ahlers Center for International Business.
B.B.A. with a Major in International Business
The major in International Business covers a broad range of business skills and knowledge while giving program participants particular expertise in navigating the global business landscape.
LL.M. in Comparative Law
Offered by the School of Law, this Comparative Law program gives foreign-educated attorneys the opportunity to study law by immersion into a contemporary and dynamic J.D. curriculum, which prepares candidates to deal effectively with U.S. attorneys on questions of common interest.
LL.M. in International Law
U.S. law school graduates study international law in a dynamic, multi-cultural city that is the world's busiest land and port entry. Candidates from private, public, and government practices study side-by-side with attorneys, judges, and government officials from around the world.