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The international studies major provides a foundation in the study of a broad range of international phenomena, including, but not limited to, governance, economic development, humanitarian aid, non-governmental organizations, and conflict. It can equip persons desiring to work in economic development, missions, humanitarian aid, human rights organizations, diplomacy, or international education.

Students completing the major or minor will:

  • gain knowledge of the international arena that can be applied to their own major area of study
  • be conversant with the major actors and geographic areas in the international sphere
  • demonstrate an awareness of the interconnectedness of the modern world.

Course Requirements

View all details and course requirements for this program in the Milligan University Catalog (link below). The Milligan University academic catalog is the official, authoritative source for all academic requirements and policies. Any discrepancies in curricular requirements from other sources will default to the Catalog.

Faculty

Professor of Psychology and Occupational Therapy

Professor of Counseling, Director of the Campus Counseling Center

Assistant Professor of the Practice of Geography

Joy Drinnon
Professor of Psychology; Director of Undergraduate Research

Associate Professor of Political Science

Emeritus Dean of the School of Social Sciences and Education; Professor of Sociology and Missions; Area Chair of Social Learning

Adjunct Social Work

Assistant Professor of East Asian Studies; Program Development Associate for Engineering

Dr. Lori Mills, professor of psychology at Milligan
Professor of Psychology

Associate Professor of Counseling

Associate Professor of Counseling; Director of the Master of Counseling Program; Practicum and Internship Experiences Coordinator

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