Welcome to the Department of International Studies, home to an undergraduate program, a graduate program, and a five year BA/MA program. International Studies is an ever-evolving field which seeks to understand and address international issues in a way which integrates political, social, economic, and cultural methods of analysis.
Our students develop excellent research, writing, and critical thinking skills which prepare them for a wide range of career paths in the public, private and non-profit sectors including the foreign service, humanitarian relief and international development, public policy, international business, social services, journalism, and law. See our alumni spotlight for more information about our students!
DePaul Events of Interest to INT Students:
The Department of Modern Language's Language Learning Center offers tutoring in ASL, Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, and Russian
Dr. Manisha Sinha (U. Mass. Amherst, Afro American Studies; History) book talk and signing The Slave’s Cause: A History of Abolition (Yale, 2016).
Join us on Monday, February 20th to learn about two Catholic practices: the dancing fiesta La Tirana and the three-day retreat at Lough Derg!
The practices that make Catholic...
The College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences presents a conference showcasing work by graduate students from across its many departments and programs.
Please join DePaul's Schiller DuCanto & Fleck Family Law Center and International Human Rights Law Institute, along with community partner and domestic abuse agency, SHALVA,...
In 1967, a group of Black artists on
Chicago’s South Side created a public
mural to celebrate Black cultural and
political heroes and to express pride
and love for their...