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  • Welcome to International Studies

  • Choose from Six Specializations

  • Study Abroad

  • Prepare for Global Careers

  • Participate in Model UN

Welcome

 

International Studies is a broad and interdisciplinary field of study that educates students to appreciate the social, cultural, political and economic characteristics of national, regional and global communities. The International Studies Program at The College of New Jersey encourages exploration of interconnected nature of our rapidly globalizing world, and the effects of all forms of policy on the global constituency. 

It is based on the conviction that historically informed and politically aware students with knowledge of a language other than their own will think more critically and act more responsibly in a shrinking world.

The major is overseen by faculty from the History, Modern Languages, and Political Science departments in TCNJ’s School of Humanities and Social Sciences and from the School of Business. Students will take introductory courses which count toward General Education requirements and, working with an adviser, will choose a major specializations from four geographic areas [Europe, Latin AmericaEast Asia, the Middle East] and two functional subjects [DiplomacyInternational Economics and Trade]. Study abroad is required, and students are also encouraged to pursue an internship with an international focus.

 News and Events

Myths and Realities of Language Superlearners

Monday, February 2, 2015,  4:00-5:30  Library Auditorium Michael Erard, author of Babel No More: The Search for the World’s Most Extraordinary Language Learners (2012), will be speaking about the “Myths and Realities of Language Superlearners.” Dr. Erard earned a PhD in English Language and Linguistics from the University of Texas at Austin in 2001 and…Continue Reading

Gendering the Enemy in Soviet Cold War Films

Tuesday, February 3, 2015, 12:30 – 1:50pm  Library Auditorium Oleg Riabov is a Fulbright Visiting Scholar (August 2014 – February 2015). His research project,  “Gendering the Enemy in Soviet and American Cold War Films (1945-1963)”, deals with the ways of producing otherness with help of gender discourse in international relations. He investigates cinematic representations of Soviet and…Continue Reading

Politics Forum

Tuesday, February 3, 2015 12:30pm – 1:30pm Social Science Building room 223 Guest Speaker Nicholas Toloudis “Authoritarian Legacies and the Success of Neofascism in Greece and Hungary”Continue Reading

Study Abroad Fair

Wednesday, February 4, 2015,  11:00am- 2:00pm Social Sciences Atrium Stop by the fair to start your study abroad planning. Come speak with program partners from around the globe and TCNJ students who have studied abroad.Continue Reading

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