The concurrent Master of Science (M.S.)/Master of Arts in International Studies (MAIS) is a three-year program that draws on both areas and various disciplines in molding a new approach to the study of international affairs. This interdisciplinary study is intended to help students approach their profession with a better understanding of how to relate to the increasingly interdependent world. Students enrolled in the program earn both a master of science degree from the School of Environmental and Forest Sciences and a MAIS from the Jackson School of International Studies.

Students interested in concurrent degrees must apply to each graduate program separately. These admission processes and decisions are made by the respective schools. Apply to the School of Environmental and Forest Sciences here.


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