Your Career: International Communications

The Fletcher School offers a rigorous, yet flexible curriculum to let you tailor your graduate education to the international career of your choice. The following Fletcher courses can help you launch or advance your career in international communications.

Explore Courses in International Communications

Analytic Frameworks for Public Policy Decisions

Communications Policy Analysis and Modeling

Decision Making and Public Policy

The Dynamics of International Communications and Public Diplomacy Today

Foundations of Policy Analysis

GIS for International Applications

Information and Communications Technologies for Development

International Communication

The Politics of Statecraft

Social Networks in Organizations

Technology and International Security

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Our Alumni

Patrick Meier

PhD 12

Director of Social Innovation at the Qatar Foundation Computing Research Institute (QCRI)

Patrick Meier is an internationally recognized leader on the application of new technologies for crisis early warning, humanitarian response, human rights and civil resistance. In 2010, while attending Fletcher, Meier launched a crisis map to pinpoint the locations of those in need of services after the devastating earthquake in Haiti and to point to available resources. With the help of more than 100 Fletcher students, Tufts undergrads and other volunteers, he created what FEMA called, 'the most comprehensive and up-to-date map available to the humanitarian community.' Read more about the project.

Our Alumni

Dalia Ziada

GMAP 2012

Egyptian Rights Activist, Blogger

A leading voice for change, Dalia Ziada has twice been honored as one of Newsweek's 150 Most Influential Women in the World (2011, 2012), named one of the Daily Beast's World's 17 Bravest Bloggers (2011), and cited among CNN's 8 Agents of Change in the Arab World (2012). Learn more about Dalia's work helping to shape democracy in post-Mubarak Egypt.