You can focus on Global Studies or you can take one of the following concentrations.

  • Global Cultures

    Examine the interaction of global and local cultures from the European imperialism of the 19th century, through the spread of Americanization in the 20th century, to the digital world of the 21st century. This concentration draws on courses from a wide list of options in anthropology, film, history, literature, religion and sociology. View Concentration Details
  • Global Economy

    Examine the evolution of cooperation among states in managing the global economy, and the role of history, politics and technology in shaping international, national and local relations. View Concentration Details
  • Global Security

    Access dozens of courses from multiple disciplines, including anthropology, criminal justice, geography, history and political science, in order to understand the causes of war, security strategies of states and the rise of new and challenging security threats in a constantly changing global environment. View Concentration Details