The School of International Service provides environment|
conducive to learn and grow professionally. It is a community composed of scholars, practitioners, and students from around the world. The faculty focuses on interactive learning and
involves students in ongoing research projects. SIS also offers numerous co-curricular activities, including workshops and professional development seminars and individually-tailored
program of study and or internships that meet career needs in the public, private, or not-for-profit sector. Students are able to
forge networks of peers, faculty, and practitioners from the U.S.
and every region of the world to share information and make a difference.
Administration, American Studies, Anthropology, Arabic, Art, Art History, Audio Production, Biochemistry, Biology, Business, Business Administration, Chemistry, Chinese, Communication, Communication Media, Computer Science, Economics, Education, Elementary Education, Environmental Studies, Foreign Languages, French, German, Graphic Design, Health, History, Jewish Studies, Journalism, Justice, Language, Literature, Math, Mathematics, Multimedia, Music, Philosophy, Physics, Political Science, Psychology, Real Estate, Russian, Science, Secondary Education, Sociology, Spanish, Statistics, Studio Art, Theatre, Women and Gender Studies
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