Saint Louis University's undergraduate major in international studies explores intercontinental
issues of diplomacy, human rights advocacy and socioeconomic relationships. You’ll
take classes that will discuss the responsibilities of the world's multinational corporations.
You’ll examine the impact of technological innovations. And you’ll gain a deeper understanding
of ecological and environmental concerns.
Major in International Studies
SLU's undergraduate degree in international studies must be completed in combination
with a second or third major. Popular choices include public health, political science,
business, history, the modern languages, and earth and atmospheric sciences.
A wide variety of courses will fulfill your program requirements, from economics,
political science and sociology to art history, philosophy and theology.
As part of your degree program, you will demonstrate proficiency in a modern language
and complete an internship in international studies that can take place either in
the United States or abroad.
An undergraduate degree in international studies prepares you for a global career
and can make you more attractive to future employers. Some examples of fields where
a degree in international studies can be beneficial include:
International studies students at SLU double or triple major.
Join Sigma Iota Rho
SLU’s chapter of Sigma Iota Rho, an honor society for international studies, provides
students with programs such as faculty research presentations and social service events,
as well as other fun, internationally oriented activities.