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Master’s Program Interactive Online Session

McCain Institute
April 8, 2020

12:00 P.M. ET

Save the Date

We’re proud to host a Master of Arts in International Affairs & Leadership interactive online session with Ambassador Ed O’Donnell, Ambassador Michael Polt and Lieutenant General (Ret.) Benjamin Freakley.

How can you join the Interactive Online Session?

A link to the session will be sent prior to its start. It will also be streamed on our YouTube page (Link to the livestream is here). A recording will be posted there afterwards, if you are unable to join the live chat. For more information, please reach out to [email protected]

How will this one-hour online program help you?

You will:

  • Meet the instructors, senior foreign policy and military policymakers and leaders who teach this master’s program course.
  • Hear how this master’s degree will assist you in your career goals in international affairs.
  • Learn about the McCain Institute’s programs that will transform you into a character-driven leader.

Highlights:

  • Coursework focuses on current challenges and trends in international affairs.
  • Classes are led by top foreign policy and national security experts.
  • The program stresses case studies and hands-on experiences.
  • Evening classes in the heart of Washington, D.C.
  • A high-value education at lower tuition costs than other universities.

Learn more about the Master of Arts in International Affairs & Leadership here.