International Relations Master - Regular Education
12 second and third cycle programs under the Institute of Social Sciences, are carried out with the coordination of the Faculty's academic staff.
Terms of Exchange and Transition Programs
There is not any transition or variation among the programmes. Solely inter-universities change is possible by Erasmus and Farabi.
Second cycle degree (Master of Arts)
Specific Admission Requirements
1) A score of 60 in theSelection Exam for Academic Personnel and
Graduate Studies from the score type pertaining to the program that the the candiate applies
2) GPA must be over at least 70 out of 100
3) A score of at least 50 from Interuniversity Board Foreign Language Exam/Foreign Language Exam for Civil Servants or equivalent
Specific Arrangements For Recognition Of Prior Learning
The student that has enrolled with undergraduate transfer is exempted from the equivalent courses that s/he has taken from her/his former program.
Credit transfer for a course previously taken by the students registered with horizontal or vertical transfer may be accepted if the credits and the content of the course comply with the relevant course given in this faculty.
Profile of The Programme
Second cycle program in International Relations aims to educate individuals equipped with contemporary knowledge and culture and communication skills, and to educate them with the ability to research, analyse and overcome problems. The program, by means of compulsory and several elective courses, enables students to have the equipment they need in line with their own career goals.
Occupational Profiles of Graduates With Examples
The graduates of this program may work in higher posts in the public institutions such as Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Undersecretariat of Foreign Trade and Central bank as well as for various international and non-governmental organizations. They can also be assigned in the private sector, in the departments of foreign trade of national and international firms.
Access to Further Studies
To have high GPA and not to have failed course(s)
Examination Regulations, Assessment and Grading
Each course is assessed via a midterm exam, and a final end-of-term exam, with contributions of 40%, and 60% respectively. The marking is made out of 100. Class participation, assigments such as research papers and class presentations can count partially or wholly for mid-term or final exam.
To be able to secure the second cycle degree, the students are required to (a) have passed all courses in the curriculum with a grade of at least 70, (b) have achieved a cumulative gross point average of at least 70 out of 100.
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