International Affairs

Gain the expertise and experience to excel in an increasingly interconnected world.

Rollins’ international affairs degree is an interdisciplinary program with a liberal arts approach, which means you’ll learn about different cultures, complex political dynamics, and international economic systems. But you’ll also gain a broad understanding of the increasing interconnectedness of nation-states and how they impact us not only in Central Florida, but throughout the U.S. and around the globe.

So whether you want to go on to become a lawyer, work in government or the foreign service, or pursue graduate school, you’ll have gained the breadth and depth of knowledge to diplomatically navigate our rapidly changing world.

Top 3 Reasons to Finish Your International Affairs Degree at Rollins

  1. Cross-Cultural Understanding

    Learn firsthand about the history, culture, and local issues facing countries around the globe, including everywhere from Costa Rica and Denmark to Japan and Tanzania, through one of the more than 90 study abroad programs Rollins offers annually.

  2. Real World Experience

    You’ll gain experience, boost your resume, and make an impact in local and global communities through our internship experiences at organizations ranging from the United Nations to Ideas for Us.

  3. Global Access

    From student organizations like Model U.N. and the Democracy Project to annual campuswide celebrations such as International Education Week, you’ll have the opportunity to gain a deeper appreciation for—and understanding of—other cultures and customs, diplomacy, and governments.

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Expert Faculty

Our international affairs professors will not only care about your passion to understand and address complex global issues. They’ll share it. That means you’ll learn about the 21st-century global challenges from a Middle East expert, about immigration and international law from an attorney, and foreign policy from a former Navy SEAL. Their expertise and deep connections within academia, government, and foreign affairs, will also help you pursue graduate or law school, secure a job, and unlock your earning potential after you graduate.

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Did You Know?

The average annual salary for foreign service officers in the U.S. is $95,683. Learn more about how an international affairs degree from Rollins can unlock a world of opportunity.

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Streamlined Admission

No application fee. No standardized tests required. No more excuses.