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        We want to demonstrate our commitment to your privacy. In support of the changes to the EU data protection law, we’ve updated our privacy notice effective May 25, 2018.

        An MBA in international relations is the ideal program for future leaders interested in a wide range of careers, including consulting, international banking, finance, and administrative management.

        Chicago Booth partners with the Committee on International Relations (CIR), where students take theoretical and interdisciplinary courses in international relations and write a master’s thesis tailored to fit their specific interests and career goals. This dual MBA and international relations program requires the successful completion of 2300 units of course credit (+LEAD) and an integrated master’s thesis.


        Tuition is assessed on a per-course basis at Chicago Booth rate for all courses for both degrees.


        Students must fulfill the full nine course requirements of the CIR program. To facilitate the writing of the master’s paper, students must complete all noncredit CIR courses within one academic year with the master's paper submitted and approved no later than the Summer Quarter of said academic year. The noncredit courses are as follows: INRE 30000 Perspectives on International Relations (Autumn Quarter only) and INRE 46500 MA Thesis Workshop (both Winter and Spring Quarters only). For detailed information regarding CIR’s curriculum, please visit the program’s website or direct your inquiries to CIR admission.



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