Georgetown is a leader in the study of international relations and world affairs.
In the School of Foreign Service and across Georgetown's other undergraduate schools, students have an opportunity to take courses on global issues with leading scholars and policymakers, to explore international questions in depth through guided research, and to study abroad. Georgetown's Washington, D.C., location provides proximity to the State Department, World Bank, International Monetary Fund, and leading think tanks and NGOs. As a Jesuit university with a global outlook, Georgetown is committed to educating its students to serve others around the world.
The BSFS is the undergraduate program of the School of Foreign Service. The program offers an interdisciplinary liberal arts core curriculum grounding eight majors: Culture and Politics; Global Business; International Economics; International History; International Political Economy; International Politics; Regional and Comparative Studies; and Science, Technology and International Affairs.