International Relations, General

International relations is an interdisciplinary field of study that can include politics, economics, history, geography, anthropology, sociology and environmental studies. Read on for information about education and career options in this field.

Inside General International Relations

International relations is the study of the forces that influence financial, legal, political and trade relations between sovereign nations. The field also can oversee international organizations, such as the United Nations, which was established to intervene into the newly global political and economic arenas. International relations professionals further study the interactions of states and international organizations with business markets and non-state actors, including multinational corporations, nongovernmental organizations and terrorist groups.

Education Information

Students might enroll in both undergraduate and graduate international relations programs that concentrate on one region of the world. International relations programs can involve courses in business, politics and law. Students are often encouraged to study abroad and might be required to speak a foreign language. Whether you want to work in a specific region or at the global level, the links below can explain how to find the educational program that's right for you.

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