The world becomes smaller and smaller with immediate internet access to global culture and political developments, teenagers are keenly aware of the interconnectedness of world events. The number of colleges and universities that have majors in International Relations continues to grow. Programs in International Relations are multidisciplinary curriculums that encompass history, economics, and political science combined with languages, anthropology, geography, law, and human rights. Here are five colleges with well-respected majors in International Relations:
·At the Elliot School of International Affairs at GW, students begin with a core curriculum in the humanities, social sciences, sciences and foreign languages, then focus on an internationally oriented major
·The summer seminar “US Foreign Policy in a Global Era” allows undergraduates to participate in discussions with graduate students and professionals from around the world
·By the numbers: 34% acceptance rate; SAT Mid-ranges CR 590-690, M 610-700; ACT mid-range 27-31.
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