In the International Studies program, you hone your written and oral communication skills, providing you access to a wealth of communication-focused careers. Importantly, your sensitivity to cultural differences and your understanding of context enable you to be more audience-aware, empathetic, and adaptable in how you communicate with others.
See below a list of courses that are required for INST majors and are relevant for this career path:
See below a list of examples of elective courses that count towards the INST major and are relevant for this career path:
In addition to the INST major, you can take courses from other programs in SU, and may obtain an additional major or minor. See below a list of potential minors and/or courses that are relevant for this career path (some of these courses have prerequisites. Please consult with SU Catalog)
• CMME 2010– Introduction to Speech Communication
• CMME 3100 – Intercultural Communication
• CMME 3302 – International and Cross-Cultural Ads (Social Media Management)
• CMME 4000 – Practical Experience in Communication
• CMME 4001 – Strategic Communication Consultancy
• BCOM 2800 - Business Communication
• BLAW 3700 - Business and International Law (may count as INST elective)
• ECON 2130 - Principles of Economics - Macroeconomics (counts as required foundational INST course)
• INBU 3200 - Global Environment of Business (may count as INST elective)
• INBU 4860 - International Management (may count as INST elective)
A degree in International Studies makes you career-ready by practicing the skills and competencies that employers and organizations are looking for. Find out more.
Our International Studies degree prepares you for a wide and flexible range of careers on graduating. Find out what career pathways are common among our alumni.