M.A. (International Relations)



The two-year Masters Programme at the Department of International Relations is designed to encourage students to develop their critical faculties, both within and outside the field of international relations. The composition of its student community, drawn from across the South Asian region gives the programme a unique edge. Through an array of courses ranging from mainstream disciplinary orientations in IR and political science to the contemporary debates in social sciences, students are encouraged to engage with the wider world of politics that inform our intellectual and creative pursuits. The faculty provides an academic direction towards this aim through its teaching and supervision within the programme. The Masters programme at DIR is unique for its emphasis on developing the research orientation of students. The dissertation forms an integral component of the programme and provides them with an early opportunity and intellectual challenge to undertake an intensive exploration of a subject of their choice. This experience will be part of an ongoing conversation between disciplines, between theory and policy and between students and faculty. We welcome you to join us and be part of this exciting ideas exchange.
 

Time Table  Monsoon Semester 2013 (M.A.)

Year I

Semester ISemester II
International Relations Theory Security Studies
History of International Relations The Global Economy
Comparative Politics Conflict Resolution and Peace
Political Theory International Relations of South Asia

Year II

Semester IIISemester IV
Research Methods International Law
International Organizations The Politics of Knowing Your World
Culture and World Politics (Optional) Cognition and World Politics
Identity Politics(Optional) War in International Relations
Regional Integration Process(Optional) Dissertation
 



All courses are for four credits each. The Dissertation in the fourth semester is for eight credits



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