BA in International Relations & Diplomacy


The prestigious Roosevelt School’s Bachelor of Arts in International Relations & Diplomacy prepares graduates for domestic and international leadership positions. The International Relations and Diplomacy’s vibrant curriculum engages students in a comprehensive examination of international politics, negotiation and leadership. Coursework is supplemented by internships at renowned institutions, including the United Nations, for a richer understanding of international affairs. These educational and occupational experiences will prepare you for positions with multinational corporations, private foundations, think-tanks, non-profit organizations and government agencies, and are excellent preparation for graduate study.

Curriculum

Course # Course Name Credits
Required International Studies Course
IRD 51 International Relations 3
IRD 64 World Leaders & Foreign Policy 3
IRD 91 Diplomacy & Negotiation 3
Required Methodology Course
IRD 15 Research Methods-Int. Relations 3
Required Capstone or Internship Course
IRD 62 Research Seminar-Int. Relations 3
IRD 93 International Relations Internship 3
Elective International Studies Courses
IRD 64 Introduction to Comparative Politics 3
IRD 7 Political Aspects of Economies 3
IRD 45 US National Security 3
IRD 46 American Foreign Policy I 3
IRD 50 International Organizations 3
IRD 53 International Law 3
IRD 56 World Affairs Since 1945 3
IRD 61 Modern China Political Doctrines 3
IRD 65-73 Politics of the (Location) 3
IRD 41 International Economics 3
IRD 94 Advanced Internship 3
Other Suggested Electives
IRD 30 Global Governance 3
IRD 31 Intelligence & Espionage 3
IRD 32 War Theory & Diplomacy 3
IRD 33 Global Conflict Resolution 3
IRD 34 America as a World Power 3

Contact

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