Today, political, economic, environmental, and healthcare problems emerging on a global scale call for new approaches that require multi-level thinking for problem solving in all areas of public life by building local, national, and global connections. The Thesis Master’s Program in International Relations and Globalization is designed to vest you with an in-depth understanding of how local, national, and international institutions cope with global problems, equip you with a robust theoretical foundation to accurately evaluate and assess emerging problems, and provide you with the necessary skillset to conduct empirical data-based research in order to understand the best governance examples in the world.
In recognition of the multidimensional nature of global governance, the program offers a rich curriculum that covers international relations, public policies, political theories, political economy, and sociology from a multidisciplinary perspective. The program provides an ideal education leading to an academic and professional career for those who aspire to work in international, national, and regional institutions, non-governmental organizations, or private companies that address global issues.
The Thesis Master’s Program in International Relations and Globalization offers its students a wide portfolio of required and elective courses, including Research Methods and Ethics, Advanced Qualitative Methods in Social Sciences, Data Analytics, Theory of Globalization, Global Security, Diplomacy and Conflict Analysis, Political Violence and Terrorism, International Law, Global Finance and Trade, Migration Governance, Global Human Rights Policy, Foreign Policy Analysis, European Union and Multi-Layer Governance, Humanitarian Intervention, Public and Global Health Policies, Managing Global Food and Agricultural Systems, Global Sustainable Development, Global Environmental Governance, Global Middle East, Seminar and Thesis.
The Thesis Master’s Program in International Relations and Globalization admitted its first cohort of students in the 2022-2023 academic year.
Thesis Master’s Program in International Relations and Globalization