Within this framework, students may pursue a more focused study in regional politics; international economics; diplomacy and foreign policy; or security and human rights.
All students are required to take five core courses that include International Relations Theory, International Law, International Organization, International Political Economy, and Research Methods. Beyond that, they take five additional courses, either in a chosen area of concentration or electives covering such topics as Democratization and Statebuilding.
In addition to the formal coursework, all students write a 75 page Master's Thesis. This topic is usually within their area of specialty and is developed in consultation with their faculty advisor.
Those interested in learning more about the program - including how to apply can click on one of the links to the right under the Prospective Students tab on the right hand menu.
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