Social Science

B.A.

Bachelor of Arts

International Relations and Global Affairs (IRGA)

Social Science

The Social Science Division’s International Relations and Global Affairs Program (IRGA) is designed to prepare students for a broad range of careers in both public and private sectors. We provide students with the knowledge needed for living and working a globalized and interconnected world. Our program provides students with the following skills, which are essential to succeeding in life: critical thinking skills, complex integrated problem-solving skills, multidimensional communication skills, intercultural sensitivity and group learning, leadership and complex decision-making skills.

During the course of their studies students will have the opportunity to carry out and engage in applied research and/or professional internship to assist them with their future career or study paths.

Why study International Relations and Global Affairs?
  • A wide range of analytical approaches to enhance critical thinking skills
  • An emphasis upon problem-based learning and problem resolution to produce graduates who can make a real contribution in their respective professions
  • An interactive approach to foster active learning, effective communication and team work
  • A sensitivity to cultural differences that helps graduates to work effectively in culturally diverse settings
  • Prepare yourself for a diverse career setting which demands multiple skills usage and mastery
  • A program that embodies best international practice in the discipline and supports active research by Division faculty

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