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Jackson School of International Studies

The Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies is dedicated to interdisciplinary and comparative teaching and research.  It studies the peoples, cultures, and religions of the world and their interactions with one another. The Jackson School’s commitment to regional, cross-cultural, and comparative studies extends well beyond the boundaries of its formal academic programs into public outreach, policy, and advocacy.  With eight federally funded Title VI National Resource Centers (NRCs), the School is the top recipient of NRC support in the country.

Degrees Offered: The Jackson School has 14 programs that offer minors, Bachelors of Arts, and Masters of Arts degrees to students. The School also offers a Master of Arts in International Studies and a PhD that students can tailor to their research interests.

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