Objectives of the MSc in International Relations, Strategy and Security The MSc in International Relations, Strategy and Security aims at providing students with a broad assessment of contemporary international relations, with emphasis on strategy and... Read More | Share it now!
MSc in International Relations, Strategy and Security
The duration of the Programme is 18 months.
Students have the opportunity to complete their postgraduate studies in 12 months as long as they start the conduction of their Master’s Dissertation during the first or second semester of their studies, including the summer period. In this case, the completion of the Master’s Dissertation may be prolonged during the summer period, for one or two months. In any case, the total ECTS remain 90.
For the successful completion of their studies, students need to sum up in total 90 ECTS. In the 1st semester students choose all four compulsory courses. In the 2nd semester students choose all three compulsory courses and one of the three available elective courses. In order to successfully complete their studies and be awarded the MSc in International Relations, Strategy and Security, students are also obliged to conduct a Master’s Dissertation.
The Course Structure of the MSc in International Relations, Strategy and Security is as follows:
|IRSS611||International Security and Strategic Studies||Compulsory||7.5|
|IRSS612||Strategy and Decision Making||Compulsory||7.5|
|IRSS621||Contemporary Issues in Global Politics||Compulsory||7.5|
|IRSS623||International Law and Security||Compulsory||7.5|
|IRSS622||Special Topics in the Eastern Mediterranean and Middle East Security||Elective||7.5|
|IRSS625||Peacebuilding and Post-Conflict Reconstruction||Elective||7.5|
|MEP500||Foreign Policy, Security and Defense in the European Union||Elective||7.5|
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