Area Studies

Globalization. Multiculturalism. International Business. Cooperation and Conflict Resolution. Poverty and the Challenges of Development.

Juli Carrion, Director of Area Studies
Cynthia Schmidt-Cruz
Interim Director of Area Studies

The Global Village is getting smaller by the day. International topics such as these are constantly in the news. That's why students like you are inspired to pursue studies from an international perspective, or to learn about civilizations that are very different from your own. The Area Studies programs at the University of Delaware provide an opportunity for coherent and systematic study of Africa, East Asia, Latin America, Europe and the Islamic world.

Many career opportunities are open to students who major and minor in Area Studies. Because of their in-depth knowledge, graduates of these programs often find employment in government, non-governmental organizations and aid agencies, education, and international business and banking. In addition, training in one of these programs provides a solid foundation for graduate study.

Study Abroad

Students and adviser Steve Dentel of UD's chapter of Engineers Without Borders build wells in Cameroon. Photo by Linda Hsu.

Study Abroad

The study abroad program in India captured this scenic vista from the country's northern region. Photo by Mahasveta Barua.

Study Abroad

UD student Jasmine Macies takes sunrise shots along the rocky coast of the Croajingolong wilderness area of the Australia Outback. Photo by Jon Cox.

Study Abroad

Vietnam shone brightly in this 2009 study abroad photo. Photo by Evan Krape.

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