Learning Outcomes

Bachelor cycle

Master cycle

On successful completion of the Study Programme graduates will be able to:

Knowledge

  • Demonstrate substantial knowledge and understanding of historical development of international relations
  • Recount in detail various international relations theories
  • Describe dynamic nature of International relations and importance of having a systematic framework in order to evaluate issues in world politics
  • Demonstrate adequate knowledge to proceed with the studies at the graduate level

Skills

  • Identify comprehensive paradigm of multi-disciplinary nature of international relations
  • Interpret the external and internal dynamics of foreign policy decision-making processes
  • Develop skills for team work, group projects and presentations

Professional

  • Develop necessary skills and self-confidence to work and manage things independently
  • Obtain skills to work and perform in multicultural, multiethnic, multiracial and multi-religious settings
  • Develop research methodology skills

Personal

  • Communicate effectively and fluently on subjects and issues pertaining to international relations
  • Recount classical and contemporary philosophical foundations of major concepts of international relations
  • Identify and examine issues in world politics

On successful completion of the Study Programme postgraduates will be able to:

Knowledge

  • Enhance knowledge associated and obtained in the undergraduate study cycle
  • Apply concepts and methods to analyse political ideas, practices and issues in international relations
  • Demonstrate adequate knowledge to proceed with the studies at the graduate level Ph.D. level.

 

Skills

  • Synthesize general concepts and apply them to practical situations in international relations
  • Apply and analyze the foreign policy decision-making models to decision-making process in a specific situation

 

Professional

  • Collect data and use statistical analysis as a basis to develop original ideas and recommendations

 

Personal

  • Demonstrate skills to communicate knowledge and proposals clearly and unambiguously in English language
  • Evaluate results of policies undertaken dealing with the issues and to prepare recommendations for decision-makers