Roxanne Hoch ’15

Major: International Studies
Hometown:Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania

While taking Elementary Chinese, I had the opportunity to practice traditional Chinese calligraphy. This was my absolute favorite part of class because it shows that there is not only a difference in the way words are written (characters versus letters), but also a difference in the method of how the language is written.


There is no doubt that we live in an inter-connected world, and today’s youth are members of the first truly global generation. Technological advances, foreign policy and a reliance on the goods and services of others have connected our world in ways we could have never imagined just a few decades ago. That’s why it is absolutely imperative that we develop the knowledge and understanding to live in this increasingly interdependent reality.

With a solid foundation in political science, history, economics and foreign languages, our program in international studies will prepare you to be a leader in today’s global world.  You’ll explore the concepts of international relations as well as comparative politics and area studies.  From international affairs and the interactions between domestic and international affairs of nations to the political, historical and economic perspectives and the interactions between domestic and international affairs of nations, you’ll develop the skills and understanding that is critical to career success in a number of fields.     

Japanese Mission to United Nations
The Association of Old Crows
Department of Homeland Security
US Air Force
Department of Justice

International public service
Travel and tourism
Business and law
Market Analyst

98% of our 2013 graduates started a degree-required career or were accepted to graduate school (based on respondents)
*Based on a survey of the Class of 2013 with 85% self reporting
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