International Commerce and Policy
The Master of Science in International Commerce & Policy program is designed to meet the needs and interests of U.S. and international students who want to develop proficiency and understanding in areas related to international relations, business, and policy, but do not want an MBA. The 37-credit program can be completed in 12 months (fall, spring, and two summer sessions).
The program is responsive to the needs and interests of both United States and international students, and approximately half of the students enrolled in the ICP program are from abroad (current international students come from: Belize, Canada, China, Ethiopia, Ghana, India, Ivory Coast, Japan, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, Sierra Leone, South Korea, Spain, Turkey, The United Arab Emirates). Attractive features include:
1. Exposure to key elements of international commerce, policy, administration, and law,
2. Business English component for non-native English-speaking students,
3. Wide range of course options that can be tailored to meet individual interests,
4. Access to the resource of the INTERLINK English language center.
International Student Requirements:
Minimum TOEFL score of 550