Non-traditional students make up most degree-seekers in the U.S. and include students who are returning to college after dropping out or transferring, working adults who need flexible options as well as professionals who want to use life experience as college credit. Find out which schools are best for non-traditional students seeking a International Relations & National Security degree!
Keep reading to see the full rankings of the best schools for returning adults pursuing International Relations & National Security degrees. These colleges and universities are selected both for their support offered to returning adults, as well as quality outcomes for International Relations & National Security graduates. Read the full methodology for more information.