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About the Program

Discover a world of opportunity through international studies. Our students explore the interwoven nature of globalization while connecting with their own potential to contribute to the world community. Our curriculum integrates coursework across the liberal arts with the complementary requirements of study abroad and foreign language study. Learning, speaking, and traveling as a world citizen readies you to step beyond the domestic to the global stage of any career sector, from business and diplomacy to health and education.

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Study Abroad

All Abroad!

Fully 100% of our majors study, intern, or serve others through study abroad in dozens of countries.

Specializations

Nine Specializations

Customize your major, with options in six geographic areas plus diplomacy, development, and economics.

Classical Studies

Globally Valued Asset

Being wise to the world adds depth to your résumé and expands your worth to employers and grad schools.

Recent News / Announcements


International Studies Spring 2021 Dean's List

Congratulations to the TCNJ International Studies students named to the Spring 2021 Dean's List!

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24th Annual Celebration of Student Achievement

The 24th Annual Celebration of Student Achievement will feature the research, scholarship and creative activity of TCNJ students from all disciplines. The event will include papers, posters, art exhibitions, video discussions and other products of student work.

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Fall 2021 Advising Guide

The Fall 2021 International Studies Advising Guide is now available.

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2020 Sigma Iota Rho Inductees

On November 17, 2020, the TCNJ International Studies Program inducted 16 new members into the Gamma Delta Chapter of Sigma Iota Rho Honor Society for International Studies.

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Statement on systemic racism in the United States

TCNJ International Studies Program statement on systemic racism in the United States

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