International Relations & Diplomacy (IR&D) is one of the four departments in the Faculty of Administrative Sciences and Economics, together with the Business&Management, Banking&Finance, and Accounting. The department offers a four-year undergraduate study programme for the degree of Bachelor of Arts in International Relations and Diplomacy with a unique opportunity. Department of IR&D offers qualifications of general knowledge in politics and diplomacy and having diplomatic skills in the study of peace, security, negotiation, international law, mediation, and reconciliation with the wide range of undergraduate research. Our aim is to prepare and graduate the students who have the capacity to perform in any administration for local and foreign private or public sectors. Department gives analytical thinking to the students as well as technical skills in political and diplomatic concepts with all dimensions. Apart from the education, the department provides the student to spent time in extra-curricular activities and a departmental visit to the sector with faculty members who are dedicated to serving the students. The teaching method and curriculum of the department are associated with practice-oriented.
Why should I select the “International Relations and Diplomacy ” Department?
What can I do with my degree?
Areas • Financial Accounting • Cost and Managerial Accounting • Taxation • Auditing • Banking and Finance Employers • All National and International organizations • Universities and educational institutions • Auditing firms • Banks Strategies • Department makes graduates to be able to use the knowledge and skills consistent with the accounting profession. • Department makes graduates demonstrate ethical decision making skills in consistent with GAAP (Generally Accepted Accounting Principles) and IFRS (International Financial Reporting Standards) as future accountants • Department makes graduates apply critical, analytical problem solving and logical thinking skills which are inherent in the profession. • Department makes graduates apply accounting theoretical knowledge practically by understanding the needs of the industry. • Department makes graduates exhibit self-discipline, consistency, accuracy and proactivity in their field work.
By the end of this program, students will be able to: By the end of this program, graduates will be able to: 1. Demonstrate critical thinking and academic debate in their field of study 2. Apply fundamental principles and approaches in international relations and diplomacy 3. Discuss the historical development in political sciences 4. Critically analyze current trends in national and international politics 5. Apply the principles of national constitutions/law and international law 6. Demonstrate effective leadership skills in their future career 7. Communicate effectively and work collaboratively within the context of a global society. 8. Demonstrate essential diplomatic, negotiation, mediation knowledge and skills tied with effective problem-solving skills. 9. Demonstrate project management knowledge and skills especially in the areas of public service and humanitarian intervention. 10. Produce researches in the field of international relations and diplomacy as well as the other related fields of social sciences.