The interdisciplinary International Affairs program helps you understand and analyze global conflict and cooperation. Our broad range of coursework includes examining the historical development of regions, nations, peoples, and ideologies; learning about international trade, finance, and international economic development; developing awareness of different cultures and contemporary global concerns; honing language skills; and gaining awareness of international institutions and mechanisms that facilitate or hinder global cooperation.
- Studying abroad (usually with no extra fee) for one or two semesters, through program agreements with 16 universities in 12 countries
- Participation in the Model UN Program for hands-on experience in the contours of diplomacy
- Gaining an awareness of different cultures and modern global concerns
- Developing increased ethical sensitivity and social responsibility
Muskingum University’s International Affairs students have gone on to graduate school to study a variety of topics including human rights law and intelligence and security.