What is Global Studies?
Boise State’s Global Studies program offers a balanced core of courses in the humanities and social sciences. A Global Studies degree prepares students for graduate programs in numerous fields.
What can I do with this degree?
- A Global Studies major prepares students to work in any field such as international business, law, government and non-governmental service, social services, natural sciences, health fields and education.
- Global Studies fosters the development of skills that are highly prized in the global workforce, such as cross-cultural sensitivity, analysis of historical context, and ability to work in multiple languages.
What kind of real-world experience will I receive?
Service learning, study abroad, and internships open paths to careers. Learning a world language is an integral component of this degree program.
Potential Careers Include:
- Cultural Anthropologist
- Foreign Service Officer
- Humanitarian Relief
- Import/Export Agent
- International Trade
- Museum and Cultural Arts
- Travel and Tourism
- United Nations Officer
- World Health Organization Officer
Design your Degree
The Global Studies degree allows students to structure their own distinctive global learning experience by choosing from options within the following program components:
- World Language
- Area of Emphasis
- Regional Focus