The study of International Relation, covers politics
in the international realm. Student will develop a
knowledge and understanding of the nature of relations
between states and also of the roles played by
international institutions, other intergovernmental
organizations, multinational corporations and other
groups such as NGOs. Different methods of analysis are
used, drawing on history, political philosophy and the
social sciences and intellectual tools are acquired
for addressing international questions of public
concern, including those relating to World's future.
Intellectual and transferable skills developed by the
study of International Relations may be put to good
use in a variety of professions in the public and
private sectors, both nationally and internationally.
This program strongly focuses on the political ideas
that have made for the turbulence and challenge of
contemporary international relations. The program aims
to develop expertise on the politics and international
relations that are fast reshaping World.
Subject Guide This course includes International Relations in
Historical Perspective; International Organization;
Continents and World in Twentieth and Early
Twenty-First Centuries; Basic Political Concepts;
Treat of Theories and and Issues of International
Relations. International Political Economy; The
History of Political Thought; An International
Relations Research Desertion; and Counts for a
Substantial and Challenging Part of International Law.
Graduates are in demand from a wide range of employers
where a sound understanding of societies, team work
and communication skills are required. They have a
strong track record of finding employment in the
business, education, political institutions and the
public sectors. International Relation Graduates work
in business, in public sector, in political
institutions and in administration. The combination of
Social Science with International Relation is an
attractive qualification for employment in
international organizations and business.