Programme publié(e) par Anglia Ruskin University
Publié le : 31 oct. 2013
This one-year grad program is designed for people who want to understand and analyse the big decisions that are made in the world and be able to formulate your own strategies for dealing with complex international scenarios.
It focuses on the real-world application of international relations theory to policy and strategy and has a strong vocational emphasis on how theory affects and is affected by events on the ground. External lecturers will be a regular feature of this degree and the program at Anglia Ruskin is unusual in its emphasis on engaging with practitioners outside of the university: students are actively encouraged to attend external workshops and lectures in Cambridge and London given by current practitioners in the field.
In addition to studying the historical and theoretical background of international relations you will have the opportunity to explore a wide range of topics and themes including: policing and security, corruption and cross-border crime; terrorism and terrorist activity; insurgency and asymmetric wars; communication in conflict zones and in peacekeeping; war reporting and propaganda; the impact of the new media, 24/7 reporting and the CNN effect; US democracy promotion; unilateral and multilateral military intervention in contemporary international relations and global politics; the politics of resources and sustainability; strategic planning, and economic and global health issues.
The emphasis is on decision-making, planning and debate, and you will be encouraged to participate in interactive sessions, respond to specific scenarios, write to briefs and undertake critical analysis. You will also have opportunities to develop or enhance research methods skills.
You will need a good first degree and/or relevant professional experience.