University of Miami Master of Arts in International Administration

  • FL


P.O. Box 248304
Coral Gables, FL
United States

About Us

The Master of Arts in International Administration Program's (MAIA) unique interdisciplinary program is renowned for its integration of both theory and practice and is specifically designed to fit the lifestyles of busy working adults.  Together with a comprehensive and thorough co-curricular itinerary, an internship component, and our skilled and diverse faculty, students emerge with the expertise needed to further their career in a vast array of exciting fields.  The Program’s unique structure allows students to design their curriculum by identifying an area of concentration in tune with their strengths, interests and professional aspirations. 

Our Program is ideal for all professionals who seek employment or advancement in the international sector.  Whether you are interested in government service, non-profit organizations, NGO’s, or international for-profit organizations, MAIA can help you advance professionally.  Furthermore, several of our graduates have proceeded to medical school, law school or pursued a doctoral degree.

Degree Requirements: • 30 credits (10 courses) • Completion of a minimum 200 hour internship • Completion of program workshops/clinics ranging for human resources to public speaking

Fields of Specialization • Regional Studies: Latin America • Marine Affairs and Policy • Human Rights • GIS • Security Management •  International Business • Strategic Communications • Public Health •

MPH/MAIA dual degree option: The dual master's degree in public health and international administration (MPH/MAIA) combines the innovative MAIA program with the world-class program offered at the University of Miami's School of Medicine. The program integrates social, economic, political, cultural, environmental, and ecological aspects of issues of international health and international health policy development.

For more information please visit us . We are also available via email at or phone at 305-284-8783.