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.


In order to prepare you to work in this field, the University of Mount Union’s National Security and Foreign Intelligence Program pulls from a variety of disciplines. You will begin your education with foundations courses in government, politics and economics. Through this program, you will study topics ranging from foreign policy to national security to intelligence gathering. In addition, you will be required to complete a minor in one of the following areas: foreign language or computer and network security, as well as participate in a foreign policy internship. Through this program, you will also develop writing, leadership and organizational skills, which are essential for the field.

To The Top!