Master of Arts in International Relations
Students can participate in the M.A. in International Relations program in a regular
classroom setting, online, or through the Global M.A. in International Relations program. The International Relations curriculum is designed to enable the student
to understand the complex relationships among institutions of international governance.
Coursework enables students to analyze the legal, historical, socioeconomic and political
factors that are key elements in a study of this nature. Examination of the dynamics,
structural characteristics, and humanitarian issues of the global community is included.
Graduate Program Director
Kelly-Kate Pease, Ph.D.
Director & Professor, International Relations
Ph.D., University of Nebraska-Lincoln
M.A., University of Nebraska-Lincoln
B.A., Louisiana State University
Kelly-Kate Pease is the founding director of the Institute for Human Rights and Humanitarian Studies, the Global MA in International Relations, and the MA in International Nongovernmental Organizations. She is professor of International Relations in the Department of History, Politics and International Relations, and has books, articles, and chapters on International Organizations, International Law, Human Rights, Humanitarian Intervention and the United Nations.
The contact faculty members for the International Relations Graduate Program are:
Department of History, Politics, and International Relations
Sam Priest Center
8270 Big Bend Blvd.
470 East Lockwood Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63119
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