International Relations Online Celebrates the Graduation of the Inaugural Cohort

IR Online is proud to celebrate the graduation of ten students from the inaugural cohort. On Sunday, May 10th, 2015 ten IR Online students graduated. The students were based in countries across the globe including Afghanistan, Belgium, Cambodia, Egypt, and Qatar over the course of the program...

American University School of International Service Graduates its First Class of International Relations Online Students

Washington, D.C. – May 13, 2015 – American University’s School of International Service (SIS) celebrated the graduation of its inaugural IR Online cohort on Sunday, May 10. Over the course of their program, the ten graduates were based in countries across the globe including Afghanistan, Belgium, Cambodia, Egypt...

Student Spotlight: Zoƫ Treuer

Joining the Foreign Service is a career opportunity of a lifetime. It involves promoting peace, supporting prosperity, and protecting US citizens while advancing the interests of the US abroad. The work that Foreign Service Officers do impacts the world—while also providing an opportunity to explore and experience different cultures and customs around the world...

American University Launches Online Master of International Service (MIS) Offering

Washington, D.C.– January 21, 2015 – American University’s School of International Service (SIS), the largest school of international relations in the United States, today announced a new online executive degree track, Master of International Service (MIS), designed for skilled professionals working in international relations...

Mentoring Resources for Veteran and Military Students

Are you a military member considering our International Relations Online program, or a student who wants to learn more about your military students? As the liaison to the growing military community here at AU, I’m here to tell you all about the resources available to you. But first, here’s a look at my background...

Diplomatic Crossroads: A look at U.S.-Ecuador Relations

For almost a decade, U.S.-Ecuador relations have either been in a downward spiral or a tense standoff, and new diplomatic initiatives as well as sharing the same currency are factors that may lead to a strain in U.S.-Ecuador relations. This does not mean that the U.S. State Department’s Assistant Secretary for Western...