The Master of Arts International Relations and Diplomacy program is designed for those engaged in professional career requiring international expertise in government, not-for-profit, corporate or academic environments.
MIRD aims to prepare students for a variety of roles, such as working within a Foreign Service or other government department; international civil service (such as the United Nations or European Union); international NGOs (working in fields such as development, humanitarian assistance and conflict resolution); multinational corporations and international media.
Furthermore, the total credit hours a student must cover are 42 credit hours, which consists core subjects and elective or core subjects and graduation project.
|No.||Course Code||Subject Name||Credit Hours|
|1.||MIRDC3001||Introduction to Political Science||Audit|
|2.||MIRDC3002||Public Administration and Organization Theory||Audit|
|3.||MIRDC3003||International Political Economy||3|
|4.||MIRDC3004||Advanced International Relations and Diplomatic Systems||3|
|5.||MIRDC3005||Conflict and Peace Strategies||3|
|8.||MIRDC3009||One of regional Language (Kiswahili, Arabic, French)||3|
|10.||MIRDC3012||Global Environmental Politics||3|
|12.||Somali Political History|
|13.||MIRP4001||Master Project (1st Part)||6|
|14.||MIRP4001||Master Project (2nd Part)||6|
|Publications & Final viva|
|Format A||Format B|