Several avenues of business and government offer employment opportunities for international affairs majors. These include:
The University's Career Services Center assists students in their search for employment by offering individual career counseling sessions, by conducting an annual workshop series on interviewing and resume writing techniques, and by maintaining an educational, vocational, and employer information resource center. Over 100 nationally known companies visit the campus annually to interview graduating seniors for positions in business and industry. Many students begin working with the Career Services Center during their freshman year to develop a personal career plan.
Graduates of the program are prepared to work in:
The program also provides excellent preparation for pursuing a law degree or MBA, as well as graduate work in international studies, international law and diplomacy, political science, history or economics.