International Relations

Ask questions about security, diplomacy, and power relations among nation-states as well as non-state actors.

As an international relations major, you will study

  • the nature of political life in other societies;
  • the development of economic relationships within and between states;
  • the historical and cultural origins of American, European, Asian, Latin American, and African countries; and
  • foreign language.

Graduate prepared for careers in the Foreign Service, public and private sector internationally-focused organizations, and graduate and professional school.

Major and Minor Requirements

Visit the Rollins catalogue to access the program requirements.

Contact

Department of International Relations
Cornell Hall for the Social Sciences
1000 Holt Ave. – 2789
Winter Park, Fl 32789
T: 407.646.2158
F. 407.646.2363
Department of International Relations website
Anna Alon
Assistant Professor
Cornell Hall 149
407.691.1360
Ilan Alon
Professor/Cornell Chair
Cornell Hall 151
407.646.1512
Michele Boulanger
Assistant Professor
Cornell Hall 182
407.691.1087
Marc Fetscherin
Associate Professor
Cornell Hall 152
407.691.1759
Emmanuel Kodzi
Assistant Professor
Cornell Hall 163
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Richard Lewin
Assistant Professor
Cornell Hall 148
407.646.1572
Kimberly Petersen
Administrative Assistant
Cornell Hall 160
407.646.1588
Marc Sardy
Associate Professor
Cornell Hall 146
407.691.1753
Mike Gunter
Professor
Cornell Hall 212
407.646.2263