Introduction to the Program

In the International Studies program, you will explore how countries interact in our ever-shrinking world. Whether you are interested in examining issues in the world in general, or in a particular region of the world, the cross-disciplinary nature of International Studies gives you a chance to work closely with a variety of professors and develop a major that satiates your intellectual interests.

Program Features

  • You’ll be encouraged to study abroad and supported in your efforts with approved off-campus programs on six continents, including OWU programs in Spain, Ireland, and Tanzania, and Great Lakes Colleges Association-approved programs in China, Europe, India/Nepal, Japan, Russia, and more.
  • Ohio Wesleyan’s unique Theory-to-Practice Grants let you compete for University funds to support independent research throughout the world as you lay the foundation for your future.
  • You’ll find plenty of internship opportunities, including the Wesleyan in Washington program, where you can earn academic credit for working in the nation’s capital, and The Philadelphia Center, where you live independently and complete an internship in a government, business, or social-service setting.

Available Majors

Available Minors

Climate Leadership Without the U.S. Federal Government

Joshua Busby, Ph.D., University of Texas-Austin March 22, 7:00 p.m.

Joshua Busby is associate professor at the Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs, and he is a senior research fellow at the University of Texas Center for Climate & Security. He has published widely on climate change, global health, transnational advocacy movements, and U.S. foreign policy. His most recent book, "AIDS Drugs for All: Social Movements and Market Transformations," won the 2014 Don K. Price award, APSA’s prize for the best book on science, technology, and environmental politics. His presentation is sponsored by the International Studies Program and the Arneson Institute for Practical Politics and Public Affairs. Admission is free.
Location: Benes Rooms B&C, Hamilton-Williams Campus Center

Website of Joshua Busby