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University of Denver

Josef Korbel School of International Studies

The University of Denver’s Josef Korbel School of International Studies is a leader among institutions of higher learning that prepare students for transnational careers in the public, private, and nonprofit sectors.

Ranked by Foreign Policy magazine as #11 in the world for master’s degree programs of international affairs, the Josef Korbel School offers a customizable curriculum integrating practical and theoretical approaches to the study of our globalizing world.

Degree Programs

  • MA in Conflict Resolution
  • MA in Global Finance, Trade and Economic Integration
  • MA in International Administration
  • MA in International Development
  • MA in Human Rights
  • MA in International Security
  • MA in International Studies
  • MA in International Intercultural Communications
  • Master of Public Policy
  • Certificate in Global Business and Corporate Social Responsibility
  • Certificate in Global Health Affairs
  • Certificate in Homeland Security
  • Certificate in Humanitarian Assistance
  • Certificate in Religion and International Affairs

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Job Openings

The Sié Chéou-Kang Center at the University of Denver’s Josef Korbel School of International Studies and Oxfam America are seeking qualified candidates for an innovative post-doctoral scholar program.

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The Sié Chéou-Kang Center and One Earth Future seek qualified candidates to conduct collaborative research on policy-relevant questions related to conflict and cooperation around fisheries, particularly in the Horn of Africa.

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Harold MendelsohnMay 26, 1967Dr. Mendelsohn, a professor and researcher at the University of Denver for many decades, passed away at 95. He was an eminent sociologist and expert on polls and the media. His 1970s book with Irving Crespi, “Polls, Televis…

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A lecture and panel on Japanese-American foreign policy in the Trump era will be conducted on March 14 at the Maglione Hall at DU’s Korbel School. The event is jointly sponsored by the Crossley Center for Public Opinion Research at the Korbel School, t…

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The leaders of the world’s most powerful allied democratic nations are all supported by well under half of their respective citizens. The collective average approval of the heads of state of the big five allies is about 35 percent. In fact, the two mos…

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In his latest legacy press interview with the “failing New York Times,” President Trump had to explain the discrepancy of his views on foreign policy from his intelligence experts, who had just provided the Senate contrary opinions on Iran, North Korea…

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Frank Newport, who has guided the Gallup poll since 1990, has transitioned to senior scientist, which means he will be active with analyses and survey methods, but will pull back from the management and lead published analyses.Frank NewportThe Gallup p…

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