International Relations: Theory and Problem

Delve into the fascinating world of international relations with our in-depth course on theory and practice. From understanding the foundations of global politics to analyzing contemporary issues, this course provides valuable insights into the complexities of the international system.

Live Course

Live Class: Wednesday, 06 Mar

Duration: 35 Hours

Enrolled: 10

Offered by: IGNOU Guidance

Live Course
$12 50% off


About Course

Description: This advanced course in International Relations: Theory and Problems is designed for students pursuing a Master of Arts in Political Sciences (MPS). The course aims to provide a comprehensive understanding of the theoretical foundations and contemporary issues in international relations, equipping students with the analytical tools to critically assess and navigate the complexities of global politics.

Through lectures and case studies, students will develop critical thinking skills, research capabilities, and an in-depth understanding of the dynamic field of international relations. The course encourages students to engage with diverse perspectives, fostering a global mindset necessary for navigating the challenges and opportunities in the international political landscape.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of foundational courses in political science or international relations at the undergraduate level.Assessment: Continuous evaluation through research papers, presentations, and examinations. 

By the end of this course, students will be well-equipped with the knowledge and skills necessary to critically analyze and contribute to the discourse on international relations, preparing them for careers in academia, policy analysis, diplomacy, and international organizations.

Skills You Will Gain

Understanding of major theories in international relations Knowledge of historical and contemporary perspectives on global politics Ability to analyze and evaluate international events Critical thinking skills Proficiency in researching and synthesizing academic literature Communication skills for articulating Awareness of ethical considerations

Course Offerings

  • Prepare You for the Examination
  • Assignment Preparation Guidance
  • Last Year Exam Questions Discussion
  • Study Learning Material (Soft Copy)
  • Provision of Notes if Required
  • Interactive Classes Led by Teachers
  • Clarification of Doubts During Class
  • Access Recordings of Live Classes
  • Accessible on all Devices
  • Community Based Discussion Forum
  • Topics
  • Instructor (1)
  • Exploration of traditional realist perspectives and their modern variations in understanding international relations.