Executive Master's in International Relations in Washington, D.C. - EMIR in DC
The first executive degree in international relations offered by a major research university in cooperation with a leading global think tank
Syracuse University's Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs and the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) are proud to announce
the launch of the Executive Master's in International Relations in Washington, D.C. (EMIR in DC). This unique master's program is intended for mid-career professionals who are looking to advance their career and deepen their understanding of critical
Beyond offering a rigorous academic foundation, the program provides opportunities to work alongside leading policy experts, to contribute personal research and policy recommendations, and to receive professional training targeted at
advancement in government, business, and non-profit sectors.
Given the complexity of today's global environment, it is more important than ever to have an interdisciplinary understanding of the challenges facing the international community. This program allows professionals to grasp this information while applying
innovative thinking to real-world scenarios. It is an unparalleled opportunity to learn from scholars at a preeminent international policy think tank while earning a degree from the #1-ranked school for graduate education in public affairs in the
Join our inaugural class beginning in January 2018!
||CSIS Headquarters in downtown Washington
||In as little as 18 months part-time
||Evening seminars and short, intensive sessions to accommodate busy schedules
||Combine practical knowledge, case studies, and simulations with academic research and professional skill-building
||Maxwell faculty, CSIS scholars, and senior international policy practitioners
||Full access to the online and in-person resources offered to all students and alumni of Syracuse University as well as access to CSIS scholars, events, and networking opportunities
Upcoming application deadline for spring 2018 - priority submit: November 30 | rolling admissions thereafter
Contact us to request further information.