JMU Major: International Affairs
The departmental faculty includes specialists in international security, human rights, international law, comparative public policy, international political economy and specific geographic areas. The major also draws on faculty from the departments of economics, foreign languages and literature, geography, history, justice studies, religion, sociology and anthropology. Graduates pursue careers in government and politics, intelligence, international business, international non-profit organizations, law, research and analysis, and other fields.
New Freshmen and Transfer Students
Students should declare the International Affairs major when they register for orientation.
Currently Enrolled Major Changers
Students should complete a "Change or Declaration of Major" form and obtain the signature of the political science department head in Miller Hall, room 2120.
Remain in good academic standing with a cumulative GPA of at least 2.0.