Politics and Economics Joint M.A. Program
The interdisciplinary program in international political economics offers graduate students both theoretical training and exposure to central policy issues. This program combines graduate studies in politics and economics. Individuals interested in aspects of international economic relations, such as international business, finance, banking, or government service, will find the program of particular value. Thirty-six (36) semester hours of graduate credit are required. Prospective students should contact the department for further information.