This (Hons) Liberal Studies (International Relations) with Integrated Foundation programme atRegent's University London is modelled on the traditional US liberal arts degree. You will major in one subject area, but will also study a variety of other topics.
The BS program in American Indian Studies from Arizona State University provides students with unique opportunities to evaluate issues of American Indian nations within domestic and international contexts.
This American Studies program from Arizona State University is a place for rigorous and adventurous conversations about American culture, politics and history, exploring knowledge beyond disciplinary boundaries, bringing differing perspectives and understandings into dialogue with one another, and generating a unique level of intellectual rigor and excitement.
The American Studies program fromPace University is an interdisciplinary and individualized degree in the social and cultural analysis of the United States and its borderlands.
Immerse yourself in the history of East Asia, from the Forbidden City of China to the mountain temples of Japan. Study the histories of bustling cities in this region and gain insight into the culture today while also preparing for your future career with the Asia Studies - East Asia program of the Arizona State University.
Dive deep into the history of Southeast Asia, from the beaches of Vietnam to the ornate temples of Thailand. Explore the region through transdisciplinary courses and examine contemporary political, social and cultural issues in Asia to gain a strong understanding that aids in any career you pursue with the Asia Studies - Southeast Asia program of the Arizona State University.
In the Asian Pacific American Studies program from Arizona State University, students will explore how immigration, race relations and globalization influence and shape individual and community experiences of Asian Pacific American peoples and policies in the U.S.
The Asian Studies from University of Otago is designed to develop not only linguistic ability, but also a wider appreciation of the nature of Asian societies and the traditions, values and beliefs of Asian peoples.
The IU B.A.in International Management is the ideal way to start your international career. You’ll learn the fundamentals of business and gain expertise to tackle the challenges of management in the digital age. As processes and infrastructures change as a result of digitalisation and globalisation, you’ll possess agile and flexible management techniques to successfully lead teams, coordinate projects, and communicate with clients. With this degree, you can also specialise in areas like marketing, sales and public relations, accounting, financing or human resources. With IU, you can study 100% online, on campus, or switch between both with our new flexible studies option. IU International - Scholarship Initiative: Save up to 80%! Get your German degree, from one of the largest private universities for online studies in Germany with nearly 70 000 students wordwide—without sacrificing your job or family commitments! Two Degrees, Double the Advantage IU International University of Applied Sciences (IU) has partnered with London South Bank University to give you the chance to have your degree validated by two institutions. When you choose this option, you’ll graduate from IU with both a German degree and a British degree, giving you a major career boost! This opportunity comes with no extra study courses or travelling. CTA - Learn more
Colonialism, imperialism and globalism clarify the period of the change of our World from 1400s through 2000s. Almost irreplaceably the prominent actor has been the state over the whole period. And in the beginning, the relations were maintained by the states, however without particular principles and in the base of power. As of the period following the Reformation, the main principles of interstate relations were determined with conventions and the relations were maintained in accordance with these principles. Along with the states the new actors emerged in the 19th and 20th centuries and the international organizations became the other determinant actors of the relations. Furthermore, in the 21st century civil society that has an impact on these two main actors and affects the democratic theory in a different way made a lasting impression on the age. In this regard, Istanbul Gedik University Department of International Relations carries out its program in a context that examines not only the interstate relations but also the relations among the states, international relations, civil society and individuals as a whole. The program entegrated with the subjects of political sciences and international relations involves an interactive structure with other disciplines. Besides the main disciplines such as law and international law, economics, sociology, energy and environment, culture and art courses and the discussions on daily politics, rigths and social responsibilities form the complementary frame of the Program.