The international relations major prepares students for a variety of careers in the emerging global community. It is especially useful for careers in the U.S. government: in the foreign service, for military careers, and in the intelligence community. The major also prepares students to work in international organizations, in non-governmental organizations with an international focus, and in international businesses. It also prepares students for graduate studies in disciplines such as political science, international relations, history, and economics.
The Rosemarie Sena Center for Career Development is dedicated to helping students transition successfully from college to career. Staff members provide career-related assessment, occupational/vocational exploration, decision-making skills development, and job search and/or graduate school assistance.