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Global Studies / Doctoral Minor / UW-Madison Global Studies

Web
iris.wisc.edu -- Institute for Regional and International Studies

Email
siklos@wisc.edu -- Csanád Siklós, Assistant Director for Students and Curriculum, Advisor

Phone
(608) 262-5006 -- Csanád Siklós

Address
301 Ingraham Hall
1155 Observatory Drive
Madison, WI 53706



A doctoral minor in global studies will be of interest to doctoral students who plan for careers in public policy, research, and academia, as well as those interested in careers in government, media, and the private and nonprofit sectors. The minor emphasizes systemic approaches to globalization in an interdisciplinary context, thereby distinguishing itself from existing graduate course work in international studies that emphasize specialization in particular areas of the world (e.g., East Asian studies or African studies) or specific aspects of globalization (e.g., global health or global legal studies). The minor is intended to provide doctoral students with an institutional setting to pursue the study of globalization as a complement to their major degree program.




Keywords:GO GLOBAL WEBSITE INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS WORK ABROAD STUDIES CAREER INTERNSHIP   Doc ID:10121
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