Want to pursue a global career? Take the next step with Concordia University Irvine’s MA in International Studies!

Concordia University Irvine
  • Location
    Irvine, California
  • Sector
    Non Profit
  • Experience
    Early Career
  • Posted
    Aug 30

Position description

There’s never been a better time to address vital issues facing the global community. Concordia University Irvine's accelerated Master of Arts in International Studies program will allow you to gain an understanding of the integration between business and culture while developing ethical leadership skills to serve with integrity and sensitivity. After the core courses that equip you with a comprehensive grasp of the various aspects of international studies, you participate in international field work in one of four global regions- Africa, China, Southeast Asia, or Central & South America.

Program at a glance:

•             Focus regions: Africa, Central & South America, China, or Southeast Asia

•             Abroad experience: 3 weeks in chosen region learning about global issues and work hands-on with a non-profit or business we’ve partnered with.

•             Courses are ALL online (with exception of abroad experience)

•             Possible to complete in as little as 16-18 months

•             Courses cover all international studies aspects- culture, society, religion, economics, politics, and development, on regional and global levels.

•             Capstone project required to graduate (in place of thesis)

•             Cohort-based program that starts every Fall & Spring

Post 9/11 GI Bill approved institution (BAH included)

Qualifications

Desired Skills and Expertise

•             Confer bachelor’s degree before March 2019 (next program start date)

•             Minimum 2.75 GPA

 

 

Application instructions

 

Visit www.cui.edu/mais for more information. We are now accepting applications for Spring 2019.

Click here to view admission requirements.

Contact: Marsha Castillo, Recruiter & Program Coordinator- [email protected]

 

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