International Relations

International Relations

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International Relations

About the Department

The main objective of the International Relations Department is to provide students the knowledge to enable them to resolve both national and international conflicts and to analyse the changes theoretically. The changing dynamics of international relations are interpreted multi-dimensionally by up-to-date discussions on the phases of international relations and co-operation in the globalised world. Our curriculum, updated to incorporate international relations and disagreements, uses techniques that involve discussions of problems using both national and global approaches.

 

Educational Opportunities

Our program is supported by courses in International Organisations, Comparative Politics, International Security and the Theory of International Relations. In the fourth year, students study the solution of problems and unsolved conflicts in current international systems by attending courses in International Conflicts, Turkish Foreign Policy and Seminars.Aiming to improve its students’ ability to provide analytic knowledge, the International Relations Department studies the changing systems of international relations by coming up with research topics and collective work groups. Our Department employs many researchers and foreign policy experts to help students follow recent and national matters. It holds global and national conferences and workshops on ‘Diplomacy Days’. A Social and Strategic Politics Research Centre has been founded in order to centralise the academic studies carried out in the department.

 

Career Areas

The Department of International Relations at CIU aims to train students not only to become experts in their chosen field, but also to be able to work with an international vision. In short, using their ability and background they are able to put their theoretical and professional knowledge into practice in such organisations as:

 -International and National Organisations (United Nations, European Union, IMF, etc.)

-Public Institutions

-Multinational Companies

-Visual and Printed Press

-Non- Profit Organisations

-Universities

-Ministry of Foreign Affairs

International Relations branches of national, international and global institutions have also employed our graduates.

 

Curriculum

 
Course Code Course Name Credit Theoric Lab / Tutorial
First Semester
ECON101 MICROECONOMICS 3 3 -
SOCY101 SOCIOLOGY 3 3 -
TARH100 MODERN TÜRKİYE TARİHİ Non-Credit 2 -
TURK100 INTRODUCTION TO TURKISH Non-Credit 2 -
ENG101 Reading and Writing Skills 1 3 2 2
ITEC101 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY I 3 2 2
INRE101 INTRODUCTION TO POLITICAL SCIENCE 3 3 3
Second Semester
ECON102 MACROECONOMICS 3 3 -
PSYC110 Psychology 3 3 -
HIST100 HISTORY OF CIVILIZATION Non-Credit 2 -
TREG100 TURKISH LANGUAGE Non-Credit 2 -
ENG102 Reading and Writing Skills II 3 2 2
ITEC102 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY II 3 2 2
INRE104 INTRODUCTION TO WORLD POLITICS 3 3 3
Third Semester
STAT203 STATISTICS 3 3 -
INRE201 HISTORY OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS-I 3 3 3
INRE211 HISTORY OF POLITICAL THOUGHT-I 3 3 3
INRE209 INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS THEORY-I 3 3 3
FEAS213 INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION 3 3 3
Fourth Semester
FEAS270 RESEARCH METHODS FOR SOCIAL SCIENCES 3 3 -
INRE202 HISTORY OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS-II 3 3 3
INRE212 HISTORY OF POLITICAL THOUGHT-II 3 3 3
INRE210 INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS THEORY-II 3 3 3
ILAW232 PRINCIPLES OF LAW 3 3 3
Fifth Semester
INRE321 COMPARATIVE POLITICS-I 3 3 3
ILAW331 INTERNATIONAL LAW-I 3 3 3
INRE341 INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS 3 3 3
INRE343 MIDDLE EAST POLITICS 3 3 3
INRXX1 FREE ELECTIVE 3 3 -
Sixth Semester
INRXX2 FREE ELECTIVE 3 3 -
INRE322 COMPARATIVE POLITICS-II 3 3 3
ILAW332 INTERNATIONAL LAW-II 3 3 3
INRE312 GLOBAL POLITICAL ECONOMY 3 3 3
INRE344 INTERNATIONAL SECURITY 3 3 3
Seventh Semester
INRE401 FOREIGN POLICY ANALYSIS 3 3 3
INRE411 International Dispute Settlement 3 3 3
INRE431 HUMAN RIGHTS 3 3 3
INRXX5 FACULTY ELECTIVE 3 3 -
INRX11 DEPARTMENTAL ELECTIVE 3 3 -
Eighth Semester
INRX12 DEPARTMENTAL ELECTIVE 3 3 -
INRXX6 FACULTY ELECTIVE 3 3 -
INRE444 Turkish Foreign Policy 3 3 -
INRE446 ISSUES IN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS 3 3 3
FEAS420 ETHICS AND SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY 3 3 3
Elective Courses
INRE412 ISSUES IN GLOBALIZATION 3 3 3
INRE447 AFRICAN STUDIES 3 3 3
INRE421 POLITICS IN CENTRAL ASIA AND CAUCASUS 3 3 3
INR334 HISTORY OF POLITICAL IDEOLOGIES 3 3 -
INRE422 US FOREIGN POLICY 3 3 3
INRE456 MEDIA AND INTERNATIONAL CONFLICT 3 3 3
BUS423 INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS 3 3 -
BUS321 MANAGEMENT SCIENCE 3 3 -
BUS471 INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT 3 3 -
BUS484 INTERNATIONAL MARKETING 3 3 -
Years
4
Teaching Language
English
Annual Tuition Fee
6200 €
After discount
3100 €
Degree
Bachelor
Field of Study
ECONOMICS AND ADMINISTRATIVE SCIENCES

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