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International Relations
Master of Arts (MA)
Norwich University in Northfield, VT
Norwich University’s Master of Arts in International Relations program equips students with a comprehensive understanding of the political, economic and cultural issues impacting today’s global stage, as well as core theories, underlying principles and practical strategies. These skills and knowledge will provide a broad sense of the issues impacting the global landscape and through our individualized research component, a well-defined perspective in your area of expertise. At Norwich, you can prepare for a meaningful academic or professional career working across the ever-changing international arena. Given the broad nature of our program, students come from a variety of backgrounds including business, government and the military. Our curriculum offers a blend between theory and practice to help you learn how to be a global leader. Our research component provides the opportunity to personalize your learning by applying your knowledge of the complex global landscape to an area of your choice. Specialize even further with one of five concentrations: international security, national security, international development, cyber diplomacy and regions of the world. Our students benefit from faculty who are dedicated, approachable and supportive, providing a direct connection to our instructors and facilitating the personal interactions that can help you succeed. Last but not least, a master’s degree in international relations from Norwich University can help set you apart. Our proud history as the nation’s first private military college and our long standing, unparalleled commitment to public service set our international relations program apart in academia and our graduates apart in the professional world. Whether you want to advance your international relations career or acquire the theoretical background and skills necessary for academia or within private industry, the military, or the non-profit sector, Norwich University’s Master of Arts in International Relations program can help you achieve your career goals. This program will provide a broad sense of the issues impacting the global landscape and a well-defined point of view in your area of expertise. Careers in this area include: diplomats, journalists and policy analysts. Employers today appreciate leaders with global perspective. At Norwich University, you can start developing your new worldview on day one and prepare to succeed in a globally interdependent and culturally diverse marketplace. An advanced education in international relations can be a great stepping stone toward a position of greater influence and financial stability. According to Forbes.com, mid-career professionals working in the international relations field earn a median salary of $97,500. Careers associated with this degree are projected to grow 21% from 2012 to 2022.
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International Relations
Bachelor of Arts (BA)
Saint Michael's College in Colchester, VT
The international relations major at Saint Michael's is built on small classes, extensive student-faculty interaction, and close mentoring and guidance by faculty who are leading scholars in their field. The program includes learning and co-curricular opportunities specifically designed to enhance the international content of your education, including semester and short-term study abroad, international internships, service learning and civic engagement projects, and leadership in student clubs and service organizations devoted to international citizenship. If you want to be globally aware, debate pressing issues such as war, disease, diplomacy, poverty, human rights and trade, and prepare yourself for a career overseas or with any number of government or international organizations, then international relations may be the major for you. Majoring in international relations will position you competitively for work in the foreign service, non-governmental and international advocacy organizations, and environmental and humanitarian agencies. Our program will teach you to grapple successfully with complex global issues and international challenges in an increasingly interdependent world, training you for responsible global citizenship and international engagement. International relations majors must complete an international-themed practicum: a semester abroad or faculty-led study away experience, an internship at an agency such as the Vermont Council on World Affairs or Vermont Refugee Resettlement Program, or an alternative experiential learning activity such as a MOVE international service trip. International relations majors are strongly encouraged to study abroad either for a full semester or a short term study trip. Recent short-term study trips led by political science faculty have included the annual Parliamentary field trips to Ottawa, Canada; a summer academic study tour to Navdanya's Farm, an organic training center in the city of Dehradun, India; and multiple service trips to the Ilula Orphan Center in Tanzania. Academic internships allow students to earn academic credit and gain essential vocational and career experiences each semester in non-profit organizations and government agencies. Local organizations supporting international relations internships include the Vermont Council on World Affairs and Vermont Refugee Resettlement Program.
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Sustainable Development: International Policy and Management
Master of Arts (MA)
SIT Graduate Institute in Brattleboro, VT
SIT’s master’s in development in Washington, DC, is designed to significantly advance students’ leadership capacity, practical skills, and networking channels, particularly within the areas of sustainability, social justice, and entrepreneurship. Students earn their degree in just one year while benefiting from the resources available through SIT’s parent organization, World Learning—a global nonprofit— and the broader marketplace of development organizations headquartered in the US capital. The program is designed for professionals from across the globe with some relevant work experience. The program is distinguished for its emphasis on: Social innovation and entrepreneurship Local leadership and community ownership Global collaboration Respon­sible action and service Integration of theory and practice
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International Education
Master of Arts (MA)
SIT Graduate Institute in Brattleboro, VT
Learn to plan and manage international education programs. SIT Graduate Institute prepares more professionals in the field of international education than any other university in the world, and is the oldest program of its kind. SIT offers the unique opportunity to earn an international education degree from an institution that also provides international exchange, study abroad, and development programs. Students gain valuable access to the highly regarded SIT Study Abroad and The Experiment in International Living, both administered from the SIT campus. Through SIT’s experiential learning model, students develop expertise in advising, exchange management, community education, and volunteer program management. Students may also take courses in SIT’s other degree programs to gain skills in language teaching administration, sustainable development, conflict transformation, and other areas. The program combines faculty instruction with personal practice, analysis, and experience.
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International Business
Bachelor of Science (BS)
Champlain College in Burlington, VT
Earning your BS in International Business from the Stiller School immerses you in a curriculum that emphasizes sound business fundamentals within the context of globalization. Through a comprehensive approach to project-based learning led by expert faculty, a degree in International Business will help you develop a framework to increase your cultural literacy and broaden your perspective. Flexible elective credits allow you to customize your degree through adding a minor, creating the highly specialized skill-set that employers seek. According to Ashridge's Developing the Global Leader of Tomorrow, a report of their global survey of CEOs and senior executives determined that The global leader of tomorrow needs to understand the changing business context—82% of those polled say senior executives need to understand the business risks and opportunities of social, political, cultural and environmental trends. Champlain's International Business program provides you with the changing contexts of globalization and the tools to analyze and evaluate opportunities and risks in the international marketplace. Multi-Faceted Education Our Upside-Down Curriculum gets you started in your International Business courses in your first year, and culminates with a semester-long live client research project in your College Capstone. In a true teamwork setting, you will collaborate on practical hands-on projects, as you help both for profit and nonprofit organizations of all sizes. You will learn to identify international target-market opportunities and challenges, develop import-export strategies, and build short- and long-term business plans for international growth. You'll also develop analytical frameworks to examine the socioeconomic and cultural forces and issues that affect any international endeavor. Integrated Business Experience In our forward-thinking Integrated Business Experience (IBE), all incoming Robert P. Stiller School of Business students are immersed in a working business simulation to develop an understanding of the inter-relationships of all business disciplines. This cross-business education answers the marketplace demand for graduates with demonstrable knowledge, skills and hands-on experience in all realms of business. Learn more about our Integrated Business Experience. Learn more about the Integrated Business Experience. Study Abroad/International Internships There's no better way to grasp diverse culture and develop a global perspective than spending a semester studying abroad. That's why we've worked with your curriculum as an international business major to support up to a year of international study, while still allowing you to graduate in four years. You can combine an internship with a semester studying abroad at one of our international campuses in Montreal, Canada, or in Dublin, Ireland, or take advantage of one of our Global Partners, offering study-abroad sites in Auckland, New Zealand; Buenos Aires, Argentina; Ifrane, Morocco; and Shanghai, China. You can also study virtually anywhere in the world through one of our Third Party Programs. Explore our study abroad options. Minors As an International Business student, you will also pursue one of our many minors, adding breadth and depth to your education and an extra element to impress employers. Many students choose to minor in Global Studies, Data Analytics, Environmental Policy, Finance or minor in a foreign language to complement your study abroad experience. See what minors you can add to your degree at Champlain. Take a look at all the minors we have to offer. Freeman Foundation Grant Over the past five years, The Robert P. Stiller School of Business received a prestigious grant from the Freeman Foundation, allowing nearly 100 students to travel to Shanghai, China, and other countries in Asia, to complete a summer internship. This opportunity provided our students with the chance to gain both international and professional work experience, as well as valuable cultural and language skills—with little out of pocket expense. Learn more about the Freeman Foundation Grant. Vibrant International Business Scene Burlington, Vermont has a vibrant international business scene full of innovative companies, including Dealer.com, Seventh Generation, Ben & Jerry's and Burton Snowboards, which trade internationally. Many Vermont companies trade with businesses in Canada, China, Taiwan and Japan, and more foreign companies are investing in the State. Through Stiller School's hands-on educational approach, we will connect you with trade diplomats, ambassadors and executives through alliances with federal, state and local business and trade organizations. Plus, Burlington is the biggest city in this small state, which means more connections with growing organizations through class and client projects.
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Sustainable Development: International Policy and Management (Hybrid)
Master of Arts (MA)
SIT Graduate Institute in Brattleboro, VT
The Master of Arts in Sustainable Development: International Policy and Management hybrid degree program is designed to significantly advance working professionals’ leadership capacity and practical skills—particularly within the areas of sustainability—through an intentional focus on the United Nations 17 Sustainable Development Goals. Students attend class one weekend per month in our Washington, DC, center and complete online coursework in between monthly meetings. Working professionals can complete their master’s degree in two years while continuing to work. Students benefit from the extensive resources available through SIT’s parent organization, World Learning, as well as international development organizations located in Washington, DC. Students learn through academic coursework, group and individual projects, reflection, and the expertise and experience of their fellow students. The program is distinguished for its emphasis on: Integration of theory and practice Respon­sible action and service Global collaboration Monitoring and evaluation There is strong synergy between the program’s coursework delivered in the classroom; the hands-on, real-world learning acquired on your job; and emphasis on each student’s career interests.
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International Politics and Economics
Bachelor of Arts (BA)
Middlebury College in Middlebury, VT
The International Politics and Economics program educates students about the fundamental theoretical concepts of economics and political science, international economic and political dynamics, and foreign languages and cultures. More than ever, the broader world with its complex political dynamics and economic trends beckons students to explore things international. For those interested in the nexus of economics and politics, the International Politics and Economics program is ideal. IP&E is one of Middlebury’s most popular majors, and its themes and subjects of inquiry are especially relevant in today’s globalized world. This unique interdisciplinary program reflects the College’s strong international orientation, extensive foreign language resources, depth in internationally oriented faculty, and commitment to study abroad. IP&E not only helps students develop unique skills that enable them to understand their world in new ways, but helps position them for a number of exciting opportunities post-graduation. For students especially interested in economics, politics, and the world beyond, welcome to Middlebury’s International Politics and Economics Program.
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International and Comparative Law
Certificate (CERT)
Vermont Law School in South Royalton, VT
Earning a certificate in International and Comparative Law from Vermont Law School demonstrates a committed focus on international law. Program graduates have the skills and substantive knowledge to play a strong role in international firms, international organizations, NGOs and government agencies. A minimum of 18 credits in international, foreign and comparative law courses with no more than 10 credits on a pass/fail basis. Students must maintain an overall cumulative GPA of 3.00 or above in courses used towards the certificate (except as noted) and earn a minimum of 93 credits for degree.
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Community and International Development
Bachelor of Science (BS)
University of Vermont in Burlington, VT
The community and international development major or minor offers students a structured opportunity to jump into the world and make a difference. Backed by rigorous coursework and experienced faculty oversight, students put ideas into action on the ground... here in Vermont or all over the world. What they find is that real world issues are more complex than they usually seem. There are underlying social, economic, and cultural factors that can hinder development or be an asset to it. This major includes a successful International Program with projects in Peru and St. Lucia that continue working with the same communities year after year. Its strength comes from the integration of a student's individual interests into multidisciplinary teams that include both UVM students and faculty as well as community partners in the places we work. Building on an applied economics foundation, the Community and International Development curriculum offers students the academic and professional experience enabling them to address community development locally and globally. Students in Community and International Development have opportunities to analyze and learn from development issues in Vermont, New England, and around the world; students learn while engaging in real-world problem solving. Over the past decade, students and faculty members within CDAE have also nurtured relationships with communities in Belize, Peru, Honduras, and St. Lucia. CID students partner with organizations in these experiences to address the development issues facing local communities through carefully designed service-learning courses and faculty-led trips at home and abroad.
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International Education (Online/Low Residency)
Certificate (CERT)
SIT Graduate Institute in Brattleboro, VT
SIT's Graduate Certificate in International Education is an ideal program for working professionals looking to establish a strong foundation in and understanding of the field of international education. The program’s low-residency, one-year format enables students to stay in their current jobs and communities while acquiring the theoretical knowledge and professional competencies they identify as critical to their career development. This program is popular with international education professionals who have a master’s degree in another field and are looking to increase their understanding of international education, as well as with individuals seeking a one-year, low-residency program. The 19-credit curriculum follows the same sequence as the first year of SIT's low-residency MA in International Education program, and students who successfully complete the certificate program can easily continue with SIT’s low-residency master’s program in international education if they so choose.
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