Students study a core curriculum in international affairs, government, economics, history, theology, philosophy, and geography, with a language proficiency requirement.
SFS offers eight undergraduate majors, each of which allows students to engage with the substance of international affairs scholarship from a different angle.
Certificates & Minors
SFS students have the opportunity to complement their major course of study with an interdisciplinary certificate program and a foreign language minor.
More than 70% of SFS students spend time abroad engaging with the global community during their undergraduate experience.
Centennial Labs are SFS classes built around an issue, idea, problem, or challenge in a real community. They develop practical approaches or solutions within the “lab”; and share it with the community beyond the classroom.