Susquehanna University’s International Studies is designed for students interested in global issues, with impact beyond the borders of the United States. Students may focus on a region of the world, such as Europe, Asia, or the developing world, or choose a topical focus, such as diplomacy, comparative cultural studies, sustainable development, or international trade and development.
With the International Studies Program, students take courses in a variety of academic departments, achieving significant understanding of their region or topic. Each student's course of study is tailored to meet individual career objectives.
International Studies, with an emphasis in:
- Asian Studies
- Comparative Cultural Studies
- Developing World Studies
- European Studies
- International Trade & Development
- Sustainable Development
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