International Relations Master Program
MA in International Relations Program provides master’s students with a comprehensive and interdisciplinary program that includes areas such as political science, diplomacy, economics, history, public administration, contemporary problems of IR, modern political theories, foreign policy analysis, global security, great power politics, research methodology.
Compulsory & elective modules (courses)
History of Inner Asia I
Great Power Policies and WP I
Modern Political Thought & Ideologies I
Contemporary Problems of IR and WP
Global Security on Modern Stage
International Political Economy: Practical Aspects
Basic Foreign Language
Thematic Foreign Language
Second Foreign Language
History of Inner Asia II
Great Power Policies and WP II
Modern Political Thought & Ideologies II
Public Administration and Public Policy I
Integration Proccesses in CA and CIS
Foreign Policy Priorities of the KR
Scientific Methodology of Discourses in IR
IT in Analytical Study of Diplomats
History of Inner Asia III
Great Power Policies and WP III
History and Methodology of Research in IR & WP
Public Administration and Public Policy II
Scientific and Pedagogical Practice
Where can graduates work?
They can work in governmental apparatus, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the other ministries, bureaucratic institutions, international and country-based governmental and non-governmental organizations, projects, public and private sector, etc.
Age average: 22-25
International students: 30%
Languages of instruction: English.
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