US government, such as the State Department, US Congress, and Defense Intelligence Agency
Private sector, such as Booz Hamilton, SAIC, and Creative Associates
Think tanks and NGOs, such as Brooking Institution, Atlantic Council, and National Endowment for Democracy
The USFP program requires 39-42 credit hours of graduate coursework that can be completed in two years (full-time) or up to six years (part-time). Students study the historical underpinnings, institutions and processes of US foreign policy; complete a rigorous course of study that features programmatic flexibility with a large number of concentrations through which they can pursue specialized interests; gain experience through practicum opportunities and internships; and learn from faculty experts with international reputations as practitioners or scholars.