International Relations Certificate
The International Relations Certificate is an interdisciplinary program administered by the Political Science Department.
The benefits of earning the International Relations Certificate include:
-enhancing and strengthening interest and understanding of international relations.
-gaining analytical, problem solving, decision-making, research, and communications skills associated with international relations.
-highlighting understanding of and commitment to the area of international relations.
Students who earn the International Relations Certificate are prepared to find professional success in relevant careers within international business, foreign service, US intelligence agencies, non-profit organizations, international law, and even advanced educational studies.
International Relations Certificate Requirements
All courses must be taken for a letter grade with a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.8.
Minimum credit hours 21. Foreign Language courses, international internships and service
projects, study abroad experiences, research seminars, and honors theses may be applied
towards certificate requirements. All course substitutions must be approved by the Certificate
International Certificate Director Phillip Singer
Office: Garolyn and Kem Gardner Commons, Suite 3345
All students pursuing degrees and certificates through the Political Science Department must also fulfill all University of Utah requirements for graduation. For complete information concerning the Undergraduate Program at the University of Utah, consult the Student Handbook.