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The International Studies major enables students to act competently and conscientiously within an increasingly interconnected world. Students will acquire multiple perspectives on global patterns and local contexts through a broad interdisciplinary curriculum, while having the opportunity to focus on a specific world region, international issue, or subject area.
Seattle University students can also connect their knowledge of society, politics, economics, and culture to real world situations through direct foreign experience, senior research projects and internship work. An international studies degree thus equips our students to pursue further study and internationally oriented careers in fields such as government, business, law, communications, development and education.
Degrees offered: BA, minor
The International Studies Department offers a two-course, cohort model honors program for qualified majors. It has the following distinctive features:
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Professor Greg Tuke, MSW, Internship coordinator for International Studies has received a Fulbright U.S. Scholar award for 2015-16.
INST major Hilary Hanses has received
in the College of Arts & Sciences International Photo competition, "Imagining the World." Her two honorable-mention photos,
Cat and the Bell
, will be included in the SU Kinsey Gallery during the spring quarter showing. Hilary took both photos in Japan:
was taken in Kyushu, Nara Prefecture;
Cat and the Bell
was taken in Kawagoe city, Saitama prefecture. The photo competition awards ceremony will take place on Thursday, May 7, 5-7 p.m., in Kinsey Gallery.