welcomeUCI’s International Studies program prepares students for careers that require an interdisciplinary perspective on contemporary global politics, economics, cultures, and history. International Studies majors acquire twenty-first-century analytical skills and knowledge that enable them to understand and contribute to shaping the rapidly evolving global community. The degree in international studies equips students for professional careers in a variety of fields such as international affairs and public policy, international business and finance, international organizations, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), and academic research and teaching. International Studies has a track record of placing its majors in a wide range of exciting careers and graduate programs.
In addition to their coursework, International Studies students at UCI are encouraged to engage globally in a variety of ways: involvement in student organizations, residency in the International Peace and Conflict Studies (IPACS) House, study abroad, UCDC, and internships (local and international).
- Located in a dynamic and transnational part of Southern California
- World renowned faculty
- A variety of degree options
- A uniquely interdisciplinary campus
Beyond Religious Freedom: The New Global Politics of Religion
October 22, 2015
Study Abroad in Africa: How, Why, Where?
October 29, 2015
November 5, 2015
On China: A Journalist's Perspective
November 19, 2015
'I could hear the baby cry. They killed my baby ... yet I couldn't do a thing': The countless tragedies of China's one-child policy
November 15, 2015
Wang Feng, sociology professor, is quoted in the South China Morning Post Nov. 15, 2015
Why China's super-rich are now eager to invest in philanthropy
November 14, 2015
Dorothy Solinger, political science professor, is quoted by The Guardian Nov.14, 2015