The Frederick S. Pardee School of Global Studies is dedicated to improving the human condition through rigorous and creative undergraduate, graduate, and professional education; path-breaking research; and active engagement in innovative initiatives that apply this education and knowledge to make a real-world difference in the critical challenges humanity faces.
The Pardee School offers nine rigorous, interdisciplinary master’s programs and two graduate certificates. Our approach breaks down disciplinary boundaries – Pardee students study not only international politics, but also history, economics, environmental studies, sociology, anthropology, and more. This broad-based curriculum enables our students to build a holistic understanding of global affairs.
The Pardee School offers students access to a broad range of resources and faculty expertise. Guided by a world-class faculty, students have unique opportunities to engage with accomplished scholars and distinguished practitioners from around the world, enriching their academic experience through a global lens. Engage with esteemed experts drawn from the worlds of diplomacy, intelligence, economic development, environmental sustainability, and military affairs.
Dedicated to the idea of “Advancing Human Progress,” the Pardee School seeks a future with peace that lasts, development that works, and knowledge that transforms.
At the Pardee School, we are educating the next generation of leaders ready to tackle the critical issues of the global future. Explore our programs and find the one that is right for you.
- Master of Arts in International Affairs
- Master of Arts in Global Policy
- Master of Arts in Latin American Studies
- Master of Arts in International Relations and Juris Doctor
- Master of Arts in International Relations and Master of Business Administration
- Master of Arts in International Relations
- Graduate Certificate in African Studies
- Graduate Certificate in Asian Studies
- Graduate Certificate in Latin American Studies
- Graduate Certificate in Muslim Studies