Prepare to lead by developing your ability to understand the forces that underpin events and challenges in foreign affairs. Gain experience producing analyses and policy documents that draw on history, explain current events, and make informed predictions.
In addition to extensive research in the field, our instructors have played roles analyzing and shaping international relations policy in federal government. You can gain valuable insights into how foreign affairs decisions are made.
Balance your work and family responsibilities with graduate school. If you already work in international relations, you can also apply what you learn in class on the job right away.
Build research, writing, and presentation skills for future study in a Ph.D. program. You’ll also have the opportunity to focus on a specific area of professional interest thanks to the number of electives built into the curriculum.
Equip yourself for leadership roles in government, NGOs, international non-profits, global business, and more.
Our online international relations master’s degree covers history, politics, contemporary theories of international relations, and more. It is designed for working professionals who hold a bachelor’s degree.