The AA in International & Global Affairs prepares students for active roles in the global economy, and in the world’s culturally diverse communities. The interdependence of the planet’s peoples, governments, economies and social movements has never been more in evidence than now, due to the health crisis we are experiencing. But the coronavirus is only the most recent and visible manifestation of how our world’s many networks are being woven together ever more closely.

SLCC’s AA in International Affairs prepares SLCC students to think and act as 21st-Century global citizens. It provides students with the information, knowledge and analytical skills they need to understand multiple international/global systems and build their own international/global perspective. Students study the interconnections between people and societies and explore economic, political, and cultural interdependence. The program trains them to synthesize knowledge across different fields of study and prepares them to engage meaningfully and confidently in global concerns, whether they act locally or in a broader arena. Just as issues are interconnected, so are the solutions.

Program Contacts

Administrative Assistant

Mary Stout
Taylorsville Redwood Campus
Academic and Administrative Building 165
Phone: 801-957-4338
Email: Mary.stout@slcc.edu

Academic Advisor

Luz Gamarra (Spanish Speaking)
South City Campus
1-061 M-E
Phone: 801-957-3244
Email: luz.gamarra@slcc.edu

Academic Advisor

Philip Anosike (Ibo Speaking)
South City Campus
1-061
Phone: 801-957-3336
Email: philip.anosike@slcc.edu

For instruction on how to make an online appointment, please visit Academic Advising.