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This is a graphic design. The Master of Arts in International Administration no longer requires students to complete the GRE in order to be admitted. This is a graphic design. The Master of Arts in International Administration no longer requires students to complete the GRE in order to be admitted.
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MAIA is an active participant in the Yellow Ribbon GI Education Enhancement program.
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This is MAIA.

The Master of Arts in International Administration (MAIA) is an interdisciplinary graduate degree. Students learn how to identify, analyze, and manage complex problems that confront modern institutions. The program combines academic considerations of politics and culture with those of business, finance, and management to provide participants with the skills necessary to pursue a range of career objectives in both domestic and international careers.

Master of Arts in International Administration

Innovative. Interdisciplinary. Important. The Master of Arts in International Administration (MAIA) program is designed to prepare students for careers in the administration of public and private organizations. It combines world affairs, organizational administration, and management courses to tackle tough topics like human rights, disaster relief, security and sustainability.

Change Agents for A Better Tomorrow

Are you interested in a graduate program which can help you make an impact in the future? The Master of Arts in International Administration (MAIA) program offers concentrations in Health Equity & Human Risk, Security Management, Risk Communication, and Geospatial Technology, which will empower you to create change in any career you choose. Explore our website and contact us for more information. 

News at the U

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Build A Career In Foreign Policy

Join four distinguished alumni of the College of Arts and Sciences’ Master of Arts in International Administration program for a panel discussion about their careers on Oct. 6.

Photo courtesy of Evan Garcia. University of Miami School of Nursing faculty.

Simulating Disaster To Train Humanitarians

In the first course of its kind on a college campus, faculty, staff, and students will learn if they have the right stuff—and skills—to respond to future disasters.

Photo courtesy of the Associated Press. A woman and her children in Burkina Faso.

Little Access To Clean Water Increases COVID-19 Risk

A study led by Justin Stoler, University of Miami associate professor, analyzes how water insecurity can hinder strategies to stymie the coronavirus.

Photo courtesy of the Associated Press. German Chancellor Angela Merkel.

Female Leaders Are Proving So Effective In Their Pandemic Response

Political science professor Louise K. Davidson-Schmich writes that women who received the most credit for their handling of the health crisis “sought to empathize with the public’s myriad concerns.”

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