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Dornsife Washington, D.C.

Program
Spring semester in the capital!
USC Dornsife is ofering students a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to study
foreign policy as its being made, and to intern with their choice of NGO, think
tank, or governmental agency all while earning course credit.
Classes will be ofered in foreign policy, espionage and intelligence, and
international security, with visits from policymakers to explain frsthand how
the system works.
For the cost of full-time enrollment at USC (scholarships apply!) and local
living expenses, you will experience life in the heart of Washington, D.C.,
getting inside information from practicing policy experts and gaining valuable
work experience in the feld of international afairs.
Open to anyone interested in working in the policy world.
Not limited to International Relations or Political Science majors!
Interested?
Contact dornsifedc@usc.edu
or attend one of our
informational meetings:
Sept. 10th at 5:30 PM
Leavey Library Auditorium
Sept. 24th at 5:30 PM
Leavey Library Auditorium
Oct. 8th at 5:30 PM
VKC 300a
Courses ofered:
IR 304: Espionage and
Intelligence
IR 305: Managing New
Global Challenges (in
4-week modules)
IR 443: Formulation of U.S.
Foreign Policy
IR 391: Directed Field
Study (Internship)
USC students with Senator Jef Merkley