Students with no previous coursework in International Political Economy enroll in INT 402. Students who enter the program with some background in International Political Economy take a placement exam which will either place them in INT 402 or INT 403.
Core Courses (16 hours)
Choose four from the following:
Thesis Colloquia (12 hours)
Elective Courses (12 credit hours)
Students are free to select three elective courses in support of their thesis. The electives should be selected in consultation with the thesis advisor. Permission of the advisor must be obtained before taking courses outside of the International Studies Department.
Graduate Certificate Options
The MA in International Studies may also be expanded to include one of the following graduate certificate programs.
The combined MA/certificate program requires careful selection of
elective courses to fulfill all requirements. A separate application
process is required. Students who are interested in the combined
MA/certificate program should contact the program office for additional
- Certificate in Women and Gender Studies
- Certificate in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)
- Certificate in Global Health
- Certificate in Social Research
- Certificate in Social and Cultural Foundations in Education
- Certificate in Community Development
- Certificate in Metropolitan Planning and Development