The international studies program provides a strong multidisciplinary foundation for students’ futures, drawing on four academic disciplines: economics, history, modern languages, and political science.
To ensure breadth of training and hands-on learning, our students take a core of thirteen courses in these four disciplines. Each student chooses a regional area of focus that corresponds to their language training.
Recent Allegheny graduates note that their background in economics and modern languages has proved vital when vying for jobs or entrance to graduate schools.
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