The Master of International Relations (By Research) program at Lincoln University College is for students who want to learn more about the world's most pressing issues, such as international conflict and instability, terrorism, climate change, and rapid globalization. It teaches the pupils how to apply and leverage methodology and study design to answer the most critical societal concerns of our time, based on a deep understanding of international relations theory. The curriculum will provide them with a thorough understanding of what international relations has to say about some of the most pressing issues in international politics, as well as the necessary tools and knowledge of research design to analyze political data.
For successful completion of Masters degree in Lincoln University College, each candidate should publish minimum of two research articles in Scopus indexed journals, with Lincoln University College affiliation.
The program of Master of International Relations (By Research) will produce professionals who are eligible to:
By pursuing Master's degree in International Relations (By Research) the aspirants will get valuable insights into global affairs, public policies, international development, economic trends, social issues, legislation, and more. The curriculum gives key knowledge and analytical capabilities for a career in a range of international relations settings. This degree equips them for a number of career such as:
After completion of this course individuals may find positions as:
Full Time: Minimum- 24 months; Maximum- 36 months
Part Time: Minimum- 36 months; Maximum- 48 month
|1||MIRR 701||Research Methodology||3|
|2||MIRR 702||Computer Application||3|
|Research topics on any one of the following specialties|
|b||Global Political Economy|
|c||War, Violence, and International Security|
|d||International Law and relations|
|e||International and Regional Politics|
Intake and Entry Requirements
Entry Requirements :
English requirements as follows:
For postgraduate programs, prospective international students must pass the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) with a minimum score of 5.0; or equivalent qualifications.