The educational program “International Relations: Global and Regional Studies” is aimed at training specialists to work in foreign policy and foreign economic spheres and to at developing the skills necessary for effective work in the field of international cooperation and regional research. The Master Program is aimed at acquiring advanced knowledge in the field of international cooperation and policy, developing competencies necessary for a broad understanding of economic, legal, political and social transformations in the global and regional contexts. The program can help prepare students for participation in government agencies, intergovernmental organizations, NGOs, and international corporations. This program is also recommended for students planning a doctoral degree.
History and philosophy of science Higher School Pedagogy Psychology of management Research methodology for international relations and foreign policy
Foreign language (professional) Professional foreign terminology in international relations
Commercialization of the results of scientific and technical activities Innovation in international relations
Theory of International Relations Megatrends of the modern world and global problems
Political Aspects of International Migrations Economic diplomacy Modern foreign policy strategy of the Republic of Kazakhstan Digital Diplomacy Information security and information security technologies Global security and modern international conflicts Disarmament policy and control of conventional and nuclear weapons Situational modeling of international processes Analysis of international situations Management in international economic relations World cultural heritage and international tourism
Graduates of the educational program can work in government and local government departments, diplomatic missions and consular offices, non-profit organizations, analytical and consulting centers; PR agencies; research structures; in mass media; educational institutions.
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