Bachelor of Arts in International Studies
History and Government
Cedarville's Department of History and Government is biblically grounded, academically rigorous, and ideologically conservative.
We’re proud of our successful graduates! 97% of 2018 graduates from the Department of History and Government were employed or in graduate school within six months of graduation.
Showing Love on the U.S.-Mexico Border
Finance professor Dr. John Tarwater formerly served as vice president of El Seminario Bíblico Rio Grande and walked in faith through the immigration crisis.
Outstanding Model U.N. Delegation
This is the fourth out of the last five years Cedarville's team has earned this honor.
Model U.N. Team On Top of the World After Dayton Competition
Cedarville’s team was awarded five of the eight top honors, four honorable mentions and an outstanding position paper award.
Model U.N. team takes top local honors, heads to nationals
Cedarville's Model United Nations team won three of the four top delegate awards in the Dayton Model U.N. Competition.
Trustees focus on campus master plan, budget, and new pharmacy venture
Cedarville's Board of Trustees considered several important proposals during its Jan. 26 meetings.
DC Semester students intern with key congressional offices, think tanks, and policy orgs
Cedarville University students experienced U.S. domestic and foreign policy firsthand as they spent the fall semester working, living and learning in Washington, D.C.
International Studies Program Curriculum
Building on your core liberal arts and Bible minor courses, you will take broad, interdisciplinary courses that will prepare you for careers in a diverse range of fields. Along with core international studies courses, you will take course in business, finance, literature, linguistics, foreign languages, missions, and communication.
- Global Issues
- International Relations