Graduate programs at The American University of Paris are cross-cultural, comparative, and contemporary in outlook. They combine dynamic curricula, theoretical coursework, and practical applications of knowledge. Close relationships between faculty and students, allows students to benefit from rigorous intellectual exchange and a global professional contact network. Based in Paris since 1962, AUP is the oldest American institution of higher learning in Europe and is fully accredited in the United States offering 14 undergraduate majors and 9 Master's degrees. The dual-language Master of Arts in International Affairs, Conflict Resolution, and Civil Society Development draws students to the University as a result of its outstanding faculty, unique bilingual offerings, and partnership with the Sorbonne (Paris I), one of France's leading educational institutions. The MA in Global Communications produces graduates who are both analysts and actors in global change. The degree is based on theoretical work and cross-cultural pedagogy. Students take core courses in branding and identity politics, cultural diversity, and the political economy of global media as a basis for specialized academic courses and workshop-based classes.
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