MA in International Studies

General

Program Description

119365_stamp.jpg

Our International Studies Master’s program was voted as one of the best Master’s programs in 2018! Our academically rigorous, thesis-driven two-year program is grounded in critical theory and uniquely focuses on themes of power, inequality and global systems. We're dedicated to building a community of scholars and researchers who demonstrate a commitment to questioning power and politics in a way that bridges theory and practice.

119331_AndrewTestimonial.PNG

DePaul’s Academic Catalog and our International Studies MA webpage offer comprehensive information regarding our MA degree requirements, including a list of core and elective class options. Sample courses include:

  • INT 401 Critical Social Theory
  • INT 402 International Political Economy
  • INT 407 Race, Sex, And Difference
  • INT 408 Nature, Society, And Power
  • INT 404 Migration And Forced Migration

119364_119334_3.png

The MA in International Studies may also be expanded to include one of the following graduate certificate programs:

For more information about our application process and requirements, please visit our Admissions Requirements webpage and follow the instructions. We accept applications on a rolling basis. However, since our program begins in the Fall, we do not offer Winter or Spring admission. Visit https://las.depaul.edu/admission-and-aid/graduate/Pages/tuition-and-aid.aspx offers information regarding options for financing your graduate education.

119333_60175361_2401313183246204_3637865573481709568_n1.jpg

We maintain an active presence on social media. Be sure to follow us on Twitter (@DePaulINT), LinkedIn (@INT Studies DePaul University), Facebook (@DePaul University International Studies Department), and Instagram (@intdepaul) for events, career/internship opportunities and more!

Last updated August 2019

About the School

The Department of International Studies uses an interdisciplinary framework to explore the historical and contemporary dimensions of complex global issues. Students in this area develop skills in rese ... Read More

The Department of International Studies uses an interdisciplinary framework to explore the historical and contemporary dimensions of complex global issues. Students in this area develop skills in research and analysis and cultivate a critical awareness of the relationships of power and inequality that shape conflict and development at local and global scales. Read less