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
Wealth and Secular Stagnation: The Role of Industrial Organization and Intellectual Property Rights
November 3, 2016
Muslim Women: Between Political Rhetoric and Burkini Fear
November 10, 2016
Research and Study Abroad
November 17, 2016
The panacea for cheap drugs
October 18, 2016
Kristin Peterson, anthropology, via This Day, Oct. 18, 2016
One of the biggest lessons I teach my classes? I was a first-generation college student, just like many of them.
October 17, 2016
Anita Casavantes Bradford, Chicano/Latino studies, in Medium, Oct. 17, 2016