MA IR

Program:

Master  in International Relations (MA-IR)

Objective: The objective of this programis to analyze the basic factors and concepts in the field of international relations. Besides research methodologies, students will learn fundamentals of accounting, functional Arabic and international law. This program appeals to those students who intend to make their mark in regional and global strategic politics and economics.
Eligibility Criteria: v  BA with Social Sciences subjects (Political Science, Journalism, Social Work, Sociology, and Gender Studies).

v  Candidate has to pass AIU Entrance Test and Final Interview.

1st Semester 2nd Semester
S# Code Pre Subject Credit Hrs S# Code Pre Subject Credit Hrs
Th Lab Th Lab
1 IR-501 Introduction to International Relations 3 0 1 IR-505 International Regional Organizations 3 0
2 IR-502 Theories of International Relations 3 0 2 IR-506 Foreign Policy of Pakistan 3 0
3 IR-503 Foreign Policy Analysis 3 0 3 AC-301 Fundamentals of Accounting 3 0
4 IR-504 International Law 3 0 4 AR-312 AR-301 Functional Arabic-II 3 0
5 AR-301 Functional Arabic-I 3 0 5 IR-507 International Relation (1945-1948) 3 0
6 CS-301 Introduction to Computer 2 1 6 IR-508 International Political Economy 3 0
Semester Total Credits Hours: 18 Semester Total Credits Hours: 18
3rd Semester 4th Semester
S# Code Pre Subject Credit Hrs S# Code Pre Subject Credit Hrs
Th Lab Th Lab
1 IR-601 Research Methodology 3 0 1 IR-604 Conflict Management & Resolution 3 0
2   IS-402 Islamic Education-I 3 0 2 IR-605 Contemporary Issues of Middle East 3 0
3 IR-602 Diplomacy 3 0 3 IR-606 Nuclear Proliferation 3 0
4 IR-603 Comparative Foreign Policy of Major Powers: US, Russia, China 3 0 4 IR-617 IR-603 Comparative Foreign Policy of Major Powers: US, Russia, China-2 3 0
5 IR-608 Research Project/Thesis 3 0 5 IR-608 Research Project/Thesis 3 0
Semester Total Credits Hours: 15 Semester Total Credits Hours: 15

 

Total Credit Hours: 66