B.S. in Economics and International Affairs

The School of Economics and the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs

This is a specialized joint Bachelor of Science degree from the School of Economics and the Sam Nunn School of international Affairs. Students focus on the most pressing concerns of today’s global community, with core classes in economics, international affairs, foreign language, social and natural science, mathematics, computer science, and humanities. Upper-level coursework provides specific training in areas including international security and diplomacy, comparative cultures, statistical modeling, and microeconomic and macroeconomic theory and policy.

Students are encouraged to pursue at least two internships while in the Economics and International Affairs degree program. The Schools sponsor summer programs around the globe, including programs in Brussels, Shanghai, Buenos Aires, and Costa Rica.

Focus Areas

  • Enviornmental Economics
  • Industrial Organization
  • International Economics

Sample Courses

  • Advanced Microeconomic Analysis
  • Global Enterprise
  • International Economics
  • International Energy Markets
  • U.S. Foreign Policy

Career Paths

  • Foreign Policy
  • International Finance
  • International Trade
  • International Security
  • International Investment Analysis
  • Management of Global Organizations