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What is MIAGE?
Government agencies, NGOs and for-profit firms are complex international organizations, and they face challenges which require globally-minded individuals with interdisciplinary skills. The Master of Science in International Affairs and Global Enterprise (MIAGE) degree is a distinctive program designed to help students build the analytical, political, legal and socio-cultural knowledge needed to solve global issues and fill competitive roles within international businesses, government agencies, and NGOs.
This demanding interdisciplinary program trains students in the interaction of business, law, economics, and sociology on the global landscape. Students will learn strategic and operational skills as well as the skills necessary for global, industry and country analysis.
Feb. 15 - Priority Application Deadline
Mar. 31 - International Application Deadline
Apr. 1 - $30 Late Fee Applied for Applicants
June 30 - Domestic Applicant Deadline
Notice: Please contact the MIAGE Program Manager if you are applying following the priority application deadline.
Contact Elizabeth Henke, MIAGE Program Manager and academic advisor, via email or at 801-585-7834.
Contact Ragnhild Dalen, MIAGE Graduate Assistant, via email or at 801-382-8712 to set up an appointment to learn more about the MIAGE program.
Contact MIAGE Career Coach, Cathy Tingstrom, via email or at 801-585-5027.
In-State Tuition for Residents of 15 WICHE States
The MIAGE program is proud to be part of the Western Regional Graduate Program (WRGP), which makes high-quality, distinctive graduate programs available to students of the West at a reasonable cost.
Nicole Sherwood has been promoted to Director of Grants and Operations for the World Trade Center, Utah.
This Spring semester, MIAGE students have had the opportunity to learn the Fundamentals of Nuclear Policy by Henry Sokolski, Executive Director of the Nonproliferation Policy Education Center (NPEC) and former Deputy for Nonproliferation Policy at the Pentagon.
Out of 6 semi-finalists from the CSBS, two second-year MIAGE students have made it to the Fullbright semi-finals.