Joint International Relations and Economics Degree

What is Joint International Relations and Economics?

This major brings together the studies of international economics and political economy, allowing students to understand the theory and institutional arrangements of business, markets and the interactions of states. Students will also learn about consequences created from the tradeoffs of economic goals and the considerations of power, national security and citizen welfare.

Joint International Relations and Economics Careers

Lehigh’s international relations and economics alumni work in careers such as attorneys, diplomats, economists, journalists, foreign service officers, policy analysts and more.

Joint International Relations and Economics Contacts

Professor Dinissa Duvanova, International Relations Department,
Professor Frank R. Gunter, Economics Department,

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