International Relations and Diplomacy
The international relations program equips students with the expertise they need to pursue careers with international organizations, in law, government, business, or journalism, and to move onto graduate programs in political science and international relations if desired.
Applicants must have successfully completed the secondary level of education, which is generally 12 years....
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Political and economic problems today almost invariably transcend national boundaries. SIU’s international relations program equips students with the expertise they need to pursue careers in government, with international organizations, in law, business or journalism or to move on to graduate study in political science and international relations.
The international agenda encompasses scientific, technological, cultural and humanitarian concerns, as well as the more traditional area of diplomatic activity. Therefore, at SIU students initially pursue a broad course of study in the liberal arts, to give them a thorough grounding in history, economics, political science.
In their final two years of study, they go on to apply their acquired analytical skills to key areas of current international concern. Case studies, negotiation simulations, and on-site visits introduce real world content whenever possible in upper-level courses.