Suffolk's program in Global Public Policy get students ready for the world of global decision-making, incorporating careers in non-governmental organisations and national organisations. As well as their coursework, all International Relations students must show written proficiency in a language other than English. Students can enrol in language courses for the reason of conquering their chosen language but credits in the language courses will not count towards the degree. Language proficiency should be shown either before admission or by the end of the first year.
Electives can incorporate any graduate course tendered by the Government Department. Other Suffolk University graduate courses may be completed as electives with the agreement of the program director.
Electives are to be chosen to support a student’s area of concentration and choice of internship.