13 Feb Bachelor of Arts in International Studies

Bachelor of Arts in International Studies

Bethune-Cookman University
Completion Time: 8 Semesters
Credit Hours: 120
Tuition: $560 per credit hour
Director of Program: Arletha McSwain Ph.D.

Class Description

The Bachelor of Arts in International Studies is an interdisciplinary program that focuses on the study of social sciences, business and the humanities at international levels.Mindful of the current level of globalization, this degree program prepares students for the demands of global politics, economics and security, emphasizing the interactions of the different cultures, religions and ethnicities. The Bachelor of Arts in International Studies includes courses in History, International Relations, Political Science, Economics and International Law among others.The Bachelor of Arts in International Studies is designed to prepare students for Graduate Studies in International Affairs, International Relations, Political Science, Diplomacy, Security Studies, Development Studies, International Business and Economics. This program also prepares students for public service, especially for international agencies. The Study Abroad Program is not required but is strongly encouraged, and Bethune-Cookman University has an outstanding Study Abroad Program. A minor in International Studies is also offered.

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