The Master of Arts in International Relations program is a non-thesis, 33-hour degree program. Students can choose from courses in a variety of disciplines, including: Economics, Geography, History, Political Science, and International and Area Studies.
The MAIR program offers courses in multiple formats: live, online and hybrid courses. While the variety of course formats provides flexibility to students, MAIR degree seeking students will be required to complete at least two in-person courses. We strongly encourage students to complete this requirement early, particularly if they know they will be deployed or moving during the course of their degree.