BS International Relations

Program Introduction

International Relations is a fascinating study of complex international political, economic and cultural relationships. Making sense of a rapidly changing world is intellectually challenging. The aim of BS International Relations Program at UMT is to help students comprehend the complex, ever-evolving, interdependent and interconnected world around them. The International Relations major offers coursework in the general areas of Philosophy, Psychology , Mass Communication, Religion, Life and Learning and Public Policy, thus providing a broad knowledge base to its students. In addition, it cultivates general skills that employers in every field value e.g. critical reading, information gathering and analysis, oral and written communication.
The Bachelor of Science in International Relations is a four-year degree program designed to help students comprehend the complex, dynamic, interdependent and interconnected world around them. Keeping in view, the dynamics of the contemporary world and Pakistan's key role in it, this program focuses on both Peace and Conflict Studies and international economic issues. The IR major offers a wide range of courses including Contemporary World History, International Political Economy, International Law and Organization, Diplomacy, Globalization, Foreign Policy, Strategic Studies and Regional Economic Integration. In general, BS International Relations, aims to provide students the insight and the confidence to view the world and its history, from a fresh perspective. It will provide a broader perspective and theoretical foundations to its students, so that they can analyze contemporary and future international issues and be able to offer innovative approaches for global peace, harmony and cooperation.
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Program Details

4 Years

Matriculation and Intermediate or equivalent with minimum 50% marks

NTS\UMT Entry Test 50% marks

599999
35938
Morning

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