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International Studies

International Studies

The international studies major is an interdisciplinary degree program focused on intercultural communication, leadership, and business skills. The major is designed for students with eclectic interests, entrepreneurial spirit, and global vision.

In the program, you’ll learn marketable skills, including intercultural communication, negotiation, conflict resolution, management, marketing, fundraising, public relations, and outreach. Whether you are interested in world travel, cultural exploration, or international business, the international studies program will help you find your vocation.

Degree Details

To earn the B.A. in international studies, you will take foundational courses in global cultures and societies, international relations, business, and world history. Once your foundational courses are complete, you will choose one of three specialization tracks:

  • Politics, Law, and Diplomacy
  • Cultural and Religious Studies
  • International Business and Development

Erskine College’s B.A. in international studies is unique in its field. The degree is one of the only programs in the country that combines the study of world cultures with practical business skills and a Christian commitment.

Prepare for a variety of careers, including:

  • International business
  • Diplomacy and international relations
  • Tourism and travel services
  • Humanitarian logistics
  • Intercultural education
  • International law
  • NGO management
  • Project and event management
  • International development
  • Global ministry

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Erskine College admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.

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