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This major builds on background courses in history, political science, economics, statistics, and foreign language. With this preparation, INIA students then turn to concentration courses in particular areas of international affairs.

Each INIA concentration combines required core courses and courses drawn from a specific subfield for a total of 30 credit hours. The particular combination of required core courses and the selection of subfield courses will vary by concentration.

Additional information on the background courses and INIA concentrations can be found though the following links:


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Interdisciplinary Major in
International Affairs

If you have questions or are interested in declaring an Interdisciplinary Major in International Affairs, please contact Dr. H. Richard Friman at (414) 288-5991 or by emailing h.r.friman@marquette.edu.