Executive Master of International Studies
BUILDING CAREERS, POWERING MINDS
Earn an Executive Master of International Studies
Excel with an Executive MIS from a World-Class University
The Executive Master of International Studies is offered by the University of Washington’s Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies, a leader in global area studies and among the top international programs in the world. Students acquire practical skills and expand their intellectual horizons through a multidisciplinary curriculum. By integrating a hands-on experience with the latest research and theory, EMIS graduates become change agents to the globe.
Connect to Thought Leaders in a Pioneering Global City
The UW occupies an important part of Seattle, a hub of technology, science, and innovation represented by our Civic Council. Council members, from Microsoft, Boeing, Starbucks, PATH, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and others, bring expertise and experiences to student talks, field trips, simulations, and group projects, networking opportunities and career advice.
21st Century Learning
How you learn today is as important as what we teach you. The “how” challenges your assumptions about the business landscape and career building that extend beyond your professional growth. We live in a dynamic time that requires “new” thinking to navigate a world increasingly dominated by technology. The Executive MIS degree places human growth – personal, academic, and professional – at the center of what we do. This mission continues even after you graduate, for as long as you need us.
September 27, 2023
October 15, 2023
Application deadline for winter 2024 start
January 31, 2024
Priority application deadline for autumn 2024 start
May 4-5, 2024
ISCNE Crisis Negotiations
June 1, 2024
Applications due for autumn 2024 start
Please contact the head of the program, Dr. Taso G. Lagos (email@example.com), to learn more about the Executive MIS and how it can advance meaningful careers.
Registrations for our ISCNE Crisis Negotiation course takes place in Winter Quarter, 2024. Join us to gain hands on experience in crisis negotiation, leadership and crisis management. Details here.
Journal of International Studies Applied
Our special Executive MIS journal open to all current and past program students’ article submissions.
“New Capitalism” Class
Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) point to a new emerging capitalism already impacting our lives. This new 5-credit course is taught by Foster Business School faculty. Both graduates (JSIS 578 B: SLN 17022) and undergraduates (JSIS 478 E: SLN 23760) are invited to join.