Focusing on theory as it practically applies to real-world experience, this program explores the topics of international education, economic, health care and political development and underdevelopment, and the accompanying cross-cultural issues. Engaging, collaborative surroundings foster opportunities for you to build a professional network of colleagues who will become lifelong international leadership contacts. Whether through an intercultural exchange abroad or the International Leadership Forum, the International Leadership program offers you access to a world-wide network. View our Information Session to learn more, and stay tuned for more information about our 2015 study abroad program in Tanzania.
Where can I go with this degree?
- Nonprofit and non-governmental organizations, including UNICEF and the National Democratic Institute
- Health care and service organizations, including the Peace Corps and the World Trade Organization
- Foreign affairs organizations, including USAID and the US State Department
- Business and economic organizations, including the World Bank, the World Trade Organization and those involved with micro-financing