Undergraduate Majors

The Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies offers seven separate majors in international studies at the undergraduate level. Students may concentrate in one of eight regional studies options, one of two thematic programs, or pursue a broader course of study within the general program in International Studies. 

Asian Studies International Studies (General)
Canadian Studies Jewish Studies
Comparative Religion Latin American and Caribbean Studies
European Studies  

 

 

 

 

Undergraduate Minors

The Jackson School offers 14 undergraduate minors. Additionally, both the Jackson School and the Law, Societies, and Justice Program are sources for information about the UW's Tri-Campus Minor in Human Rights.

African Studies Japan Studies          
Arctic Studies Jewish Studies
Canadian Studies Korea Studies
China Studies Middle East Studies
Comparative Islamic Studies Latin American and Caribbean Studies
Comparative Religion Russian, Eastern European, & Central Asian Studies
European Studies South Asian Studies
Human Rights - Tri-Campus Minor Southeast Asian Studies
International Studies  

 

Jackson School Graduate Programs

The Jackson School offers graduate training leading to the Master of Arts in International Studies and Doctor of Philosophy degrees. In addition to the PhD, nine programs lead to a Master of Arts in International Studies degree: seven world area-studies programs, a comparative religion program, and a comparative and thematic program in international studies that concentrates on the interaction of international, economic, political, and cultural processes with states and societies around the world. The International Studies M.A.I.S. program can be taken as a concurrent degree program with several UW professional schools.

For more information click on the headings below; if you would like printed fliers on any of these programs, please contact us.

 Master of Arts in International Studies (MAIS) Programs
China Studies Middle East Studies
Comparative Religion Russian, East European, and Central Asian Studies
International Studies South Asian Studies
Japan Studies Southeast Asian Studies
Korean Studies  

 

 

 

 

 

Doctor of Philosophy (Ph. D.) Program

 

Master of Arts in Applied International Studies (MAAIS)

The Master of Arts in Applied International Studies (MAAIS) program is a 10-month intensive degree option designed for mid-career professionals. The first MAAIS cohort will begin Autumn Quarter 2014. Applications are due April 4. Learn more.

MAAIS only Application Contact information:
Master of Arts in Applied International Studies
Box 353650
Seattle, WA 98195
800-506-1325 or 206-897-8939
degrees@pce.uw.edu
 

 

Jackson School
Office of Academic Services
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Box 353650
Seattle, WA 98195
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