Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
If you’re interested in understanding, investigating and responding to global issues, the Master of International Relations will give you the high-level skills in theoretical and empirical analysis to do so. Geo-political tensions, climate change, poverty, pandemics, human insecurity, and human rights abuses. These overarching concerns are just some of the pressing issues currently impacting our global community. By studying the Master of International Relations, you’ll better understand the nature of these problems, what the current responses to these problems are, and how these responses could be improved. You’ll develop skills in policy analysis, get a systematic understanding of the threats to peace and security, and global forces shaping political, social and economic life. As you gain knowledge and perspective, you’ll be able to demonstrate high-level skills of theoretical and empirical analysis. Not only will you gain a thorough understanding of the complexities of contemporary international relations but be able to interpret these global issues and events to form a hopeful, positive solution for all parties.
8 credit points of study
- Conflict and security
- Contemporary international politics
- Human rights and international law
- Human rights in world politics
- International political economy and global governance
- International relations theory
- Security and strategy
- Transnational activism and civil society
- United nations and international organisation
Standard entry requirements
Bachelor honours (AQF8) degree in a related discipline or Bachelor degree in a related discipline, plus two years relevant work experience or Graduate certificate or graduate diploma in a related discipline or Evidence of academic capability judged to be equivalent.
Credit for prior learning will be granted in accordance with university policy.
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