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Alex Nagy's blog relates his experiences at the University of Cape Coast, Ghana, this fall.
Baldwin Wallace's international studies major was the first to be established in Ohio. It has an impressive track record of success.
- Diplomacy/Peace Corps
- Air Marshals
- International Business
- Teaching and Education
- National/International Civil Service
- Homeland Security/Customs
- Travel and Tourism
Focused Study in International Affairs or National Security
Our program combines broad-based interdisciplinary analysis with critical thinking and problem-solving strategies. The international affairs track will teach you to analyze the political, economic, social and cultural aspects of current world issues. The national security track will provide you with a core understanding of U.S. domestic and global threats and the methods for evaluating and managing them.
Comprehensive Program Addressing Your Career Goals
Coursework in sociology, geology, political science, history, economics, religion and foreign language provides you with a solid foundation for understanding today's complex global issues. Our flexible program enables you to customize your BW experience by taking upper-level classes in focused areas of career interest.
Faculty with Real-World Expertise
With years of teaching and career experience in the field, our faculty offer impressive credentials and connections that can help you both as a student and beyond.
Diverse Applied Learning Experiences
We offer a variety of study abroad programs as well as experiential learning opportunities that include independent study, internships, Model UN and, Model AU and Model NATO conferences, service learning programs and more.
International Studies can be a companion major/minor for foreign language, business, political science, sociology and many other programs of study.