MSc International Relations
Graduate Taught (level 9 nfq, credits 90)
MSc International Relations probes into the causes and consequences of phenomena such as war, trade, regional integration, migration and terrorism. Examine theoretical approaches in the contemporary study of international politics and their application.
Improve your skills in research design and qualitative and quantitative analysis.
A wide range of specialisations are available to enable you to develop your specific expertise.
Vision and Values Statement
This programme aims to provide a comprehensive and critical grounding in key issues in politics and international relations and to allow students critically engage with cutting edge issues in the discipline.
develop students ability to understand power in an anarchic world
develop student's research and professional development skills
enhance students' understanding of international organisations
develop oral presentation skills
enhance group work skills
develop methodological research expertise
equip students with the skills necessary to understand and critically assess issues in international politics and security