Students interested in international studies and politics have the option of participating in Model United Nations, Model Organization of American States and Undergraduate Moot Court. These competitions give students an opportunity to witness and practice what they learn in the classroom.
Study abroad is highly recommended for all International Studies majors as it allows for a deeper understanding of their studies, as well as an opportunity to implement their foreign language skills. For information on all of Baylor's study abroad programs, visit the Study Abroad webpage.
Students graduating with an International Studies major most often continue their studies through graduate or law school. Both graduate and law school provide students with the opportunity to pursue international law, teach at the university level or work in upper administration for various government agencies. Others use their undergraduate degree to work for non-profit organizations, advocacy centers, mission fields or government agencies.
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