Undergraduate Programs

The Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies offers seven majors and 16 minors in international studies at the undergraduate level. Students who Major in International Studies may concentrate in one of ten regional studies options, one of two thematic programs, or pursue a broader course of study within the general program in International Studies.

Undergraduate Majors

Undergraduate Minors

JSIS Honors Program

The Jackson School Honors Program is intended for students with the capability and commitment required to pursue an in-depth research project.  The heart of the program is the honors thesis, to be completed during the senior year. Students may earn departmental honors (graduation with Distinction), or complete JSIS honors as the departmental component of participation in the University Honors Program (graduation with Honors).

The Comparative Religion program has its own honors program; contact the Office of Student Services for information about this option.

Jackson School Honors Documents: