Learn the skills you need to lead in an increasingly globalized world. International relations at Wilkes opens a world of career opportunities in areas including international affairs, international business and education, as well as work with non-governmental organizations or non-profits.
|Program Type||Format||Credit Hours|
|Major, Minor||On Campus||120 (18 for minor)|
Why Study International Relations at Wilkes?
International relations at Wilkes covers a broad spectrum of global issues including international relations, economics, history, modern languages and anthropology.
Enhance your perspective to show employers you have the skills to tackle growing challenges in an ever-shrinking world.
What Will You Learn as an International Relations Student?
- Focus on political science, history and Spanish to explore the forces and ideas that continue to shape our global community.
- Examine international law as it relates to the evolution of regional and global organizations and alliances including non-governmental organizations and other non-state factors.
- Learn about the various ways in which government and politics is structured around the world.
- Gain an understanding of research methods and quantitative reasoning as they apply to the social sciences.