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International Qantitative Economics
Bachelor of Science (B.S.)

International Quantitative Economics and International Relations

This truly interdisciplinary program stands at the intersection of math-centered economics and international relations. Students will learn about economic theory and apply field and mathematical tools as they develop their analytic skills. The mathematical courses will explore how calculus and linear algebra techniques are used to derive the main results from mathematical models of economic behavior. The economics courses examine economic relationships between businesses, households, and governments while focusing on the application of theory to practice. The international relations component of this major examines international economics, sustainable development, law and international organizations, among other topics. Through this course of study, students will learn about the economic factors that influence international affairs and how global events impact state and local economies. Students will have opportunities in the classroom and through professional internships to develop and apply skills in policy development and analysis.

By the Numbers

  • 25 Countries Represented
  • 17 Full-Time Faculty
  • 4 Research Centers
  • 600+ Internship Partners
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The Art of Diplomacy

Seton Hall’s School of Diplomacy is a laboratory of learning and action, committed to the professional development of a diverse, service-driven student community.


The curriculum for this program draws on the notable academic strengths of both the School of Diplomacy and International Relations and the Stillman School of Business. Students are required to study a foreign language and pursue a professional internship.

Courses and classroom discussions are enriched by a diverse student body, interactions with visiting international leaders and by real-world, practical perspectives from distinguished faculty. 

The course of study allows students to deepen their understanding of the complex global challenges. In addition to Core requirements, courses for this major include these:

  • Calculus I, II and III
  • Discrete Mathematics
  • Statistic Models for Social Sciences
  • Linear Algebra and Differential Equations
  • Principles of Economics I and II
  • Money and Banking 
  • Microeconomic Analysis
  • Econometrics
  • International Relations
  • Public International Law
  • Investigating International Relations
  • Research Project


The School of Diplomacy’s director of internships works one-on-one with students to tailor the school's internship experiences to individual interests. Students receive personalized advice based on their career goals.

Here are just a few of the internship opportunities our students have pursued recently.

Learn more about internships and career development at the School.


Faculty are dedicated scholars and practitioners with diverse backgrounds. They bridge the gap between theory and practice - in the classroom and beyond.

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