Students will begin the two-year degree program at Sciences-Po in Paris, where they will complete two semesters of coursework in international affairs. Students have the option to choose among the following degree specializations for their M.I.A.:
- Master in International Public Management
- Master in International Economic Policy
- Master in International Development
- Master in International Energy
- Master in Human Rights and Humanitarian Action
- Master in Environmental Sciences and Policies
- Master in Development Practices
- Master in International Finance
For each specialization, the Sciences-Po curriculum includes a mix of required and elective courses.
During the second year, students complete the Master of Laws (LL.M.) curriculum at Georgetown Law in Washington, DC. Georgetown's extensive course list and flexible degree requirements allow students maximum freedom to design a program of study that best meets their interests and career objectives.
At the completion of the two-year program, students will earn both an LL.M. degree from Georgetown, and the Master in International Affairs from Sciences-Po.
Students also have the option of enrolling in a 4-week summer program at Georgetown entitled Foundations of American Law and Legal Education between the first and second years of the dual degree.