DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY, POLITICS & INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
The Department of History, Politics, and IR at Webster University is recognized for its diverse curriculum, outstanding faculty, and international course offerings. Students in this department receive a strong liberal arts education and excellent career preparation.
Students learn to translate information into understanding and perspective, and to apply that knowledge in today's world. The more complete "world view" students have, the better prepared they are to meet the challenges of the future. All department programs emphasize critical thinking skills and the development of clear, cogent communication of ideas.
Students may earn a Bachelor of Arts degree in American Studies, History, Political Science, Political Science with an emphasis in Public Law, International Relations (also offered at the international campuses), International Relations with an emphasis in Refugee Studies (Geneva campus only) and International Economics (view brochure).
Minors are offered in History, International Relations, and Political Science. Students may earn a certificate in Refugee Studies at the Geneva campus.
Master’s of Arts degrees are offered in International Nongovernmental Organizations (INGOs) and International Relations. Online and global options are available for the MA in International Relations; a global option is also available for the MA in INGOs.
For more information, contact
John Chappell, Chair: email@example.com
Jih-Un Kim, Director of the International Relations Graduate Program: firstname.lastname@example.org
Amanda Rosen, Director of the International Nongovernmental Organizations Graduate Program: email@example.com
April Tate, Department Representative: 314-968-7060 or firstname.lastname@example.org