Graduate Certificate Programs
Graduate Certificate in International Relations
The Graduate Certificate in International Relations provides the practical know-how for conducting international trade in the constantly changing global marketplace. Students analyze the interplay between governments, economic systems, labor, and multinational corporations.
Transfer of Credits to Degree Programs
Academic credits earned toward the Graduate Certificate in International Relations may be applied toward the Master of Arts in International Relations; please contact us for details.
Four courses/16 credits
Courses to satisfy the prerequisites:
*MET AD 501 must be taken during the first semester.
Students are expected to satisfy the program prerequisites prior to enrolling in a second course and before any course that would require a specific prerequisite.
In addition to satisfying the prerequisites, four 4-credit courses, for a total of 16 credits, are required. Students with demonstrable proficiency in any of the core courses may apply to waive specific courses. Waived courses from the core area must be replaced by an elective in order to meet the 16 credit-hour requirement.
Plus one of the following electives: