IR currently offers four degree programs, a one-year Master of Arts in International Relations, a two-year Master of Arts program in International relations, a one-year Master of Arts in Global Economic relations - offered jointly with the Economics Department- and the International Relations track of the Doctor of Philosophy in Political Science.
Master of Arts in International Relations (one-year)
This program provides students with a general foundation in international relations, plus more specific exposure to questions relating to the study of international security and the global economy. International relations training is combined with regional expertise in the study of the European Union, East Asia, the Middle East, and the post-Soviet space.
Master of Arts in International Relations (two-years)
The program is intended for students who have graduated from a three-year undergraduate program and would like to proceed with their studies more thoroughly, possibly with a view of a preparing themselves for a doctoral degree.
Master of Arts in Global Economic Relations (one-year)
This joint program with the deprtment of Economics integrates training in international relations with economics. It provides students with the knowledge and analytical skills to prepare and evaluate economic policies and strategic decision-making in a global setting. This program is fee-based only.
Doctor of Philosophy in Political Science - International Relations track
The doctoral program, operated by the Doctoral School of Political Science, Public Policy, and International Relations, prepares students for a career in research and
university-level teaching. Its curriculum includes training in international relations theory, international security, and international political economy.