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v Curriculum

The main focus of the department is to orient the students towards theory and practice of international affairs and to promote their English ability. The department stresses the student’s acquisition of a comprehensive worldview; its curriculum and teaching programs are based on the future demands of the job market and higher education. Most of the department designated courses are conducted fully in English. Students are expected to expose themselves naturally to a comprehensive English environment and gradually become well-trained professionals of international affairs.

 

v E-course listing (syllabus: Attached)(click here )Listing of available courses by semester and year.

 

v The courses are divided into 4 categories

★ General Required Courses designed by the university (49 credits, including 24 credits of English Language training courses)

★ Required Courses designated by the department (38 credits).

★ Elective Courses designated by the department (41 credits). These are subdivided into three

★ Main tracks:

   International Culture Studies 

   International Politics

   International Economics

v Professionals in International Affairs

At the end of the first year, students have to select two out of the above three tracks according to their career goals and preferences, and they have to complete a minimum of 11 credit-hours courses in each of the two chosen elected tracks.