Academic Programs-Center for International Relations and Politics - Carnegie Mellon University

Academic Programs

The Center for International Relations and Politics provides research and programmatic support for those interested in the major in International Relations and Politics (IRP), the minor in Innovation, Entrepreneurship, and Economic Development (IEE), the Carnegie Mellon University Washington Semester Program (CMUWSP), and a host of cocurricular opportunities for students. This page provides an overview of the various courses of study offered as well as professional opportunities related to domestic politics, economics, international relations, and other areas in the social sciences. Links to the courses of study and professional opportunities are also provided. 

Rand Paul
CMUWSP students visit with Senator Rand Raul (R-KY) in Washington, DC.
Poster Showcase
Lindsay Elliott-Foose, IRP major, presents her poster at the Student Showcase and Reception following the Mapping the Future of the Humanities and Social Sciences symposium.
Reagan Library
Arlane Gordon-Bray, Senior Research Associate, completing research at the Reagan Presidential Library with Dr. Kiron Skinner.