We live, work and worship in a global community. Calvin's international relations program prepares students to be Christ's ambassadors in the world.
The international relations program at Calvin features courses in history, economics, politics, business, sociology and more. As an international relations major/minor, you'll be invited to:
- spend a semester interning in Washington D.C.
- compete in the Model U.N. conference in Chicago
- gain valuable leadership and problem solving skills while studying under Christian faculty members
Careers in International Relations
- Peace Corp Volunteer
- International Businessperson
- NGO Worker
See job placement rates for Calvin grads.
Study development in Honduras or spend a semester in China, Ghana and Thailand; help plan the student-led Faith and International Development Conference; intern with the Christian Reformed World Relief Committee; participate in Rangeela; apply for the Grassroots Living-Learning Community.
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Interested in teaching? You can gain certification in International Relations as a:
Calvin's teacher education program also contains education-specific course requirements that you must complete prior to certification. See course requirements for:
Professor Robert Keeley talks about the education program.