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Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in International Studies

On-Campus Degree Overview

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The B.A. in International Studies is an interdisciplinary program that combines critical thinking and analysis skills, ethics, and cross-cultural studies. Through Regent’s international studies degree program in Virginia, you will study cultures with a Christian perspective and can expect to become a high-level critical thinker and well-rounded professional. Our program will prepare you for a career in a number of local, state, federal, and international agencies and organizations where you will be equipped to lead from a Christian worldview. You may also chose to pursue graduate-level education in diverse fields such as law, political science, international business, and public policy and administration.

As an International Studies major, you may choose a study abroad internship that provides further in-depth study of an area of interest. Students not selecting the study abroad internship will take those required 3-6 credits in either the major core courses or major electives. Given the global nature of the program, students are also required to be proficient in a foreign language (20 hours of coursework or place test equivalent).

Career Opportunities:

  • Government
  • International Affairs
  • Travel/Tourism
  • Translation/Interpretation
  • Humanitarian Organizations
Curriculum: View course requirements.
Length: 120 credit hours (includes 49 general education, 27 international studies core, 3 history, 20 foreign language, 21 additional electives including optional study abroad internship).
Format: This degree is offered entirely online or on campus. However, second- and third-year language courses are offered only on campus. To meet the language requirement, online students will need to transfer credits from other accredited programs
Results: Bachelor of Arts in International Studies
Important Links: Apply Now | Tuition & Financial Aid | Department & Faculty
Contact: Dr. Joshua McMullen, Assistant Professor, Department Chair, Government, History & Criminal Justice; phone: 757.352.4776; email:

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