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In an increasingly interconnected world, the Global Studies major provides an interdisciplinary background for students interested in governmental service, working abroad in non-governmental organizations (NGOs), pursuing a career in the military or working in other fields requiring an understanding of global culture, economics, politics and business.
Global Studies students at Methodist University take courses in economics, foreign language and political science and then concentrate their studies in one or more areas including language, political science, business and economics, or history. Students take additional courses in geography, anthropology and world literature to provide a balanced background in global culture.
Recent graduates are employed in governmental organizations such as the FBI and CIA, in the United States military as members of the officer corps, and in NGOs. Many Global Studies majors continue their education by pursuing Masters and PH.D. degrees.
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