Diplomacy

Diplomacy

Located in the nation’s capital, Georgetown is a global leader in research, teaching, and service around issues of international diplomacy.

Georgetown’s Walsh School of Foreign Service (SFS), founded in 1919, is home to preeminent undergraduate and graduate programs that address the changing shape of the international system. In their research and teaching, faculty experts from SFS and other Georgetown schools explore challenges of diplomacy, security, trade, and development. As a Catholic and Jesuit institution, Georgetown places particular emphasis on the ethical dimension of international diplomacy and the imperative of serving the global common good. Proximity to the U.S. government and leading international institutions, including the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund, provide faculty and students with opportunities for interact with leading practitioners, both on campus and downtown.

Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs

Established in 2006, the Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs is dedicated to the interdisciplinary study of religion, ethics, and public life. It conducts research, teaching, and service under the Office of the President.

Institute for the Study of Diplomacy

Established in 1978, the Institute for the Study of Diplomacy is a research and teaching institute in the School of Foreign Service that seeks to bridge theory and practice in exploring global problems and the changing landscape of diplomatic…

Mortara Center for International Studies
Established in 2003, the Mortara Center for International Studies is a research center in the School of Foreign Service for policy related to international political, social, and economic issues.

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Certificate in Asian Studies

Certificate in Australian and New Zealand Studies

Certificate in Diplomatic Studies

Certificate in Eurasian, Russian, and East European Studies

Certificate in European Studies

Certificate in International Business Diplomacy

Certificate in Islam and Muslim-Christian Relations

Doyle Engaging Difference Program

Fellows in Diplomacy Program

Gateway to Georgetown Programs

Georgetown Leadership Seminar

Global Business Fellows Program

Graduate Certificate in Arab Studies

Graduate Certificate in International Business Diplomacy

Horace Porter Travel Grant

Institute for the Study of Diplomacy Associates and Senior Fellows

J.D./M.A. in German and European Studies

Laboratory for Global Performance and Politics Fellows

Lepgold Book Prize

M.A. in Arab Studies/Ph.D. in Government

M.A. in Arab Studies/Ph.D. in History

M.A. in Asian Studies

M.A. in German and European Studies

M.A. in German and European Studies/Master of Public Policy

M.A. in German and European Studies/Ph.D. in Government

M.A. in Latin American Studies/Ph.D. in Government

M.S. in Foreign Service

M.S. in Foreign Service Concentration in Global Politics and Security

M.S. in Foreign Service/M.A. in Global, International & Comparative History

Major in Culture and Politics

Major in International History

Major in International Political Economy

Major in International Politics

Major in Science, Technology, and International Affairs

Middle East and North Africa Forum

Minor/Certificate in Religion, Ethics, and World Affairs

Ph.D. in Government

Sports Diplomacy Programs - U.S. Department of State

Summer in Santiago, Chile: Political Economy, Government, Human Rights and Cultural Studies - Alberto Hurtado University

U.S.-Middle East Partnership Initiative Student Leaders Program

Visiting Junior Researchers Program - DAAD

Walsh Scholars Initiative

Walsh School of Foreign Service Major in Global Business