The Divison of Global Affairs (DGA) offers a Master of Science and a Doctor of Philosophy in Global Affairs. We take a multi-disciplinary approach to the study of globalization and its implications for our world.
How You Will Learn
Cutting across academic fields, the Division of Global Affairs (DGA) brings together faculty from School of Arts and Sciences-Newark (political science, history, sociology, economics, anthropology and others), the School of Law, the Business School, the School of Criminal Justice, and the School of Public Affairs and Administration. Students will take a range of foundational courses in global studies as well as more specialized electives reflecting their particular interests.
The Master’s degree (M.S.) prepares students to work in the public and private international sectors, as well as in non-governmental organizations (NGOs), foundations, and media companies focusing on global issues.
The Doctoral degree (Ph.D.) is geared towards preparing future scholars eager to adopt and cultivate a planetary perspective on global issues from an interdisciplinary and multicultural standpoint. The Ph.D. in Global Affairs can also be an excellent track for global policy jobs requiring advanced expertise and research training.
Any questions about these programs should be addressed to the Director of DGA, Prof. Gary D. Farney (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Call For Papers
SAGA Announces Annual Global Affairs Conference "Global Politics In The Era of Climate Change"
The deadline for submission of papers is Monday, February 24th, 2020
Interdisciplinary perspectives, the faculty and staff and scholarships were three key considerations for pursuing my doctorate at the Division of Global Affairs
I have a clearer path to my research on the rise of China with a comprehensive understanding of traditional IR concepts, such as power and strategy.
The program has a student body that encompasses all corners of the world—an ideal environment for global studies.
DGA has given me the confidence to lead and an inclination to pursue a permanent career in governance and development.
Former U.S Army Special Operations-Civil Affairs Analyst
Cooperation with leading professors in international relations, development and security is contributing significantly to my development as a researcher