Matriculated students must make an appointment to meet with a "Triage Advisor" within 3 weeks of entering the UNMA: either the Program Director, Associate Director, or appointed UNMA faculty member. The Triage Advisor reviews the UNMA program policies, student's interests, proposed course of study and recommends a permanent advisor.
Students enrolled in the UNMA program must have an advisor that will guide them throughout the program. For that, students are encouraged to contact the faculty based on the selected concentration during their first semester in the program or as early as possible.
- Democracy, Participation and Community – Roland Rich, Eric Davis, Bob Kaufman, Heather Pierce
- Human Rights, Gender Equality and International Law – Dilafruz Nazarova, Roland Rich
- Conflict Resolution, Counter-Terrorism and Cyber Security – Ghaidaa Hetou, Ihab Darwish, Eric Davis
- Globalization, Social Entrepreneurship and Responsible Business Practices – Steven Adelkoff, Ghaidaa Hetou
- Development, Environment and Public Health – Eric Davis, Heather Pierce