international studies program
The interdisciplinary character of the major and minor in International Studies requires that students carefully coordinate their course of study across many academic departments. Early planning is essential to a successful program, as schedules can conflict and not all courses are offered in every year.
Faculty and Staff Advisors
Students majoring in International Studies will be assigned an advisor with expertise in their area of concentration (economics, political science, or humanities). Students minoring in International Studies may consult with the Program Advisor, Ms. Patricia McLaughlin, or with the Director and Acting Associate Director of the Program, Prof. Robert Murphy and Prof. Hiroshi Nakazato, respectively.
Additionally, faculty from many disciplines are associated with the International Studies program and are a good source of advice for students.
Prof. Robert Murphy
Director of International Studies
Maloney Hall, Room 394
21 Campanella Way
Prof. Hiroshi Nakazato
Associate Director of International Studies
Director of Undergraduate Studies
Ms. Patricia McLaughlin
Academic Advisor/Administrative Coordinator
Hours: M/W: 9:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
T/Th: 12:00 - 4:30 p.m.
All majors and minors as well as prospective students are encouraged to consult with our student peer advisors. Peer advisors are junior and senior International Studies majors available to help students chart their course of study by discussing classes, studying abroad, internships, and senior research projects.
Peer Advisors are not available during the summer. Direct all email inquiries to Ms. Patricia McLaughlin or phone 1-617 552-2800. Please note the firstname.lastname@example.org email is checked infrequently during the summer months.
Peer Advisors information will be posed by the end of this week (September 4 or early next week September 9th).
Students may stop by Carney Hall 243 during the above hours, or they can make an appointment with a Peer Advisor by contacting them by email or phone 617-552-1267.