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International Relations Degree Programs

Launch Your Career with an International Relations Degree

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Be the One to Bring the Change.

Immerse yourself in the study of relationships among countries, peoples, and governments while preparing for your career. With an International Relations degree from Liberty University, you will take a broad look at the disciplines of economics, law, philosophy, and geography.

Here, you’ll gain a Christian perspective to global politics in dynamic and uncertain times.

Understand how national governments interact and how that’s expressed in policy through our International Politics & Policy specialization. Or, focus in on the exciting field of intelligence and government service by choosing our Strategic Intelligence Studies specialization.

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International Relations Degrees

B.A. in International Relations

International Relations Minor

M.S. in International Relations

Get What You Need for Success with your International Relations Degree

Experienced Faculty

Study under professors who have real-world experience specializing in foreign policy, intelligence, and political science.

Broad Focus

Prepare to work with missions, humanitarian, or refugee organizations by understanding the connection between culture and government.

Guest Speakers

Benefit from guest speakers who offer their experience and insight into foreign policy and strategic intelligence. Get a unique, personalized perspective to your studies.


Faculty Spotlight

Assistant Professor of Government

Professor William Waddell

Profesor Waddell brings a wealth of real-world experience and knowledge into the classroom. He specializes in Intelligence, Cyberspace policy, and military operations.

He served in the U.S. Navy, accumulating 2500 flight hours and 605 carrier landings. Additionally, he has been a part of the faculty at the U.S. Army War College.

Associate Professor of Government

Dr. Mary Prentice

Dr. Prentice graduated from the University of Florida with a Ph.D. in Political Science. She is currently engaged in research on faith and American foreign policy.

Some of her areas of specializations include: American Foreign Policy, Political Geography, International Relations, and National Security Law.

Professor of Government

Dr. Thomas Metallo

Dr. Metallo graduated from the University of Miami with a Ph.D. in International Studies. He specializes in international law, American foreign policy, among many other areas.

He has traveled extensively throughout Central America and teaches a politics course in Antigua during the summer.

Associate Professor of Government and Fulbright Program Advisor and Scholar Liaison

Edna Udobong

Professor Udobong holds a LL.B. and a LL.M. from the University of Lagos along with an LL.M. from Harvard Law School. A few areas of specialization are international law, international human rights, adoption law, and immigration law. Additionally, she is admitted to practice law in New York, the District of Columbia, and Nigeria.


Where Students Have Interned

  • Department of Homeland Security
  • House Committee on Homeland Security
  • U.S. Department of State
  • House Committee on Foreign Affairs
  • Foreign policy advisor for the Office of Senator Marco Rubio
  • Israeli Embassy