The University of Utah’s Master of Science in International Affairs and Global Enterprise (MIAGE) program was established in 2008, by Dr. Stephen E. Reynolds, as a joint offering by the College of Social and Behavioral Science, the S.J. Quinney College of Law, and the David Eccles School of Business.
The demand for global, interdisciplinary knowledge is on the rise. Many students who complete an undergraduate degree in the social sciences or in business end up working for private companies, NGOs, or government agencies where in-depth knowledge of global affairs is advantageous. The innovative MIAGE program was established to combine the study of international business, international law, and international social sciences, instilling students with comprehensive, operational knowledge of how multinational organizations function in the global market.
The MIAGE program has been designed to meet the needs of business, government, and NGO leaders who increasingly demand globally aware graduates to solve complex multinational issues.
The Master of Science and International Affairs and Global Enterprise program consists of the following five key elements:
The University of Utah
The University of Utah is a Research 1 public university in Salt Lake City, Utah. It is the flagship institution of the Utah System of Higher Education, and it provides its students with countless opportunities for learning, development, and fun. Check out the following videos to see more of our campus and Salt Lake City.
Life in Utah
In addition to a first-class education, students in the Master of Science and International Affairs program have access to some of the world's most spectacular views. Whether you like to ski in winter, hike in summer, or spend time out on the town, Utah has something for everyone!
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Dr. Stephen Reynolds
- Creator and longtime Director of the Masters in International Affairs and Global Enterprise, Social & Behavioral Science, University of Utah
- Associate Director Institute of Public and International Affairs, Social & Behav Science, University of Utah
- Adjunct Associate Professor, Management Department, University of Utah
- Professor, Economics Department
Steve was a central figure in the College of Social and Behavioral Science. He arrived at the University of Utah in 1969 and served in numerous leadership roles within the college (Associate Dean from 1993 to 2010). He regularly collaborated with scholars in Thailand, Japan, Singapore, Malaysia, and Hong Kong.
- Learn more about his life and legacy.