Are you interested in a career in Foreign Policy, National Security, International Development, or Global Affairs?
Enhance your learning and jumpstart your career with the new International Relations Concentration!
Launched in fall 2016, the new concentration is ideal for students who are interested in exploring the causes of war, the workings of international organizations, the complexities of international negotiations, and the politics of foreign economic policy and economic development.
"Here I am riding my bicycle on the streets of Amsterdam. Bicycling is the main form of transportation here in Amsterdam, and was something that I really had to get used to. Before I got to Amsterdam, I hadn't ridden a bike in ten years, so when I was finally able to do it here, I really felt like a local, and not an outsider."
Other winners include BSOS students Olivia Pettingill and Sarah Eppley.
BSOS is preparing students for data-intensive careers in academia, government, international relations, public policy, non-profit and for-profit sectors.
Plan to “Be the Solution” to the world’s greatest problems? You will likely utilize big data to make informed decisions!
It’s one thing to learn about how you can make a difference in the community, but it’s another thing to step outside the classroom and actually do it.
Embodying what it means to “Be the Solution,” that’s exactly what six College of Behavioral and Social Sciences students did last year while serving as Maryland’s 2016 Public Service Scholars through the Governor's Summer Internship Program.
The BSOS Sustainability Task Force could be changing the way we charge our phones on campus!
As part of a sustainable placemaking architectural design project, BSOS Sustainability Task Force members Ricky Fairhurst and Isaac Zhodzishsky completed a series of potential models for the solar-powered charging station to be constructed in the spring 2017 semester.