International Studies graduates are well positioned to take jobs in fields related to International Development and Humanitarian Assistance around the world. Not only do graduates have the cross-cultural competencies and experience learning another language to thrive in an international setting, many have also gained relevant work experience through research with professors and local and international internships. They are ready to work for local or international non-governmental organizations, service-delivery agencies, and the United Nations.
Note: some of these courses have prerequisites. Please consult with SU Catalog
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.