The Keough School offers a globally diverse range of academic opportunities and programs of study.
Global Affairs Major — NEW
Note to students: the Keough School will not accept new supplementary majors starting Fall of 2022. Students interested in global affairs are advised to declare global affairs as either their first primary major or a second primary major.
Asian Studies Supplementary Major — Liu Institute for Asia and Asian Studies
Peace Studies Supplementary Major — Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies
Asian Studies — Liu Institute for Asia and Asian Studies
Civil and Human Rights — Klau Center for Civil and Human Rights
European Studies — Nanovic Institute for European Studies
International Development Studies — Kellogg Institute for International Studies
Irish Studies — Keough-Naughton Institute for Irish Studies
Peace Studies — Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies
Social Entrepreneurship & Innovation — McKenna Center for Human Development and Global Business and Pulte Institute for Global Development
As an undergraduate, you will explore the wealth of academic options at Notre Dame in close consultation with an undergraduate First Year advisor and with counselors at the Notre Dame Center for Career Development. In the process, you will cultivate your curiosity, explore your passions, and develop habits of heart and mind that will ensure you succeed, no matter what path you take in life.
Each semester the Keough School offers hundreds of courses for global thinkers like you. These courses span disciplines, cultures, languages, and countries–giving you the knowledge you need to address the global issues you care about. Whether you are considering a major or minor or are simply curious about global affairs, we invite you to explore the diverse courses offered by the Keough School.
The Keough School provides a wide range of options to gain firsthand exposure to global affairs beyond an academic major or minor. Explore research opportunities in the country of your choosing, or apply your skills in hands-on internships and language study programs in the US and overseas. Go beyond the classroom to explore further, dig deeper, and discover a world of opportunities.