Graduate Programs

A photo of the fountain in front of the Solomon Merrick building on the University of Miami Coral Gables campus. A photo of the fountain in front of the Solomon Merrick building on the University of Miami Coral Gables campus.
Master of Arts in Global Health & Society
The Master of Arts in Global Health and Society is available in three graduate degree tracks. The range of courses offered examine emerging challenges to human health and security, differential access and adoption of evidence-based health policies, governance, practices and interventions, and how these translate from international to community scales.
Master of Arts International Studies
The graduate program in International Studies integrates policy analysis, international studies, economics, history and geography to prepare students for advanced careers in international organizations and in academia. The graduate curriculum develops knowledge and skills related to complex transnational issues, and it provides students with qualitative and quantitative coursework necessary to succeed in the field.

Master or Arts in Latin American Studies
The Latin American Studies program at the University of Miami takes an interdisciplinary approach to the study of the politics, economics, cultures and societies of Latin America and the Caribbean. The master's program is a 30-credit hour standalone master's degree. The department also offers three joint graduate program options. Interested students are encourages to visit the Latin American Studies website for more information.

Master of Arts in International Administration
Students learn how to identify, analyze and manage complex problems that confront modern institutions. The Master of Arts in International Administration program combines international affairs, global security and management courses to provide students with the skills necessary to pursue a range of domestic and international career objectives.

Master of Arts in Liberal Studies
The Master of Arts in Liberal Studies program offers an interdisciplinary approach to learning the humanities and theory based graduate level classes. It is a non-traditional graduate program that allows the returning student to take classes in their own individualized course of study.