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Master in International Relations (MA) - Webster Vienna

Webster Vienna Private University
Vienna, Austria
On campus
 1860 Points
2 Years

Program Description

The master in International Relations (MA) at WVPU prepares you for leadership and service in the international diplomatic, professional, and academic communities. Led by a team of internationally recognized researchers, lecturers, and scholar-practitioners, you will examine great powers' politics, humanitarian issues, and the dynamics of the international political economy, learning how to employ competing theories, methods, and approaches.

Coursework provides exposure to the key subfields of the discipline and relevant issues such as international security, European integration, EU-Asia relations, terrorism, and energy security. The master in International Relations (MA) can open doors for work with a governmental agency, an intergovernmental organization, a nongovernmental organization, or a multinational corporation. This master in International Relations (MA) is also suitable if you are planning to pursue a Ph.D. or an academic career at another institution.

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Core Courses

Introduction to International Relations

Research Methods and Perspectives

Advanced Research Methods

Master Thesis

International Politics

Choose four of the following:

Theories of International Relations

International Law

International Political Economy

International Organizations

War and Diplomacy

International Security

US Foreign Policy

Issues in International Politics: Energy and Environmental Security

Issues in International Politics: Monetary Relations

Issues in International Politics: The Emerging Field of Geoeconomics

International Law and Politics of Outer Space

Terrorism in World Politics

Comparative Politics

Choose two of the following:

Comparative Politics

Politics of Development

Middle East Area Studies

Topics in Comparative Politics: EU Foreign Policy

Topics in Comparative Politics: The European Union and Asia Pacific

Topics in Comparative Politics: The State and the Arts in the EU and the US

Western European Area Studies

Asian Area Studies

Elective Modules

Non-Governmental Organizations

Professional Seminars

Non-Thesis Readings/Research

Field Work


Jobs - Careers

The master in International Relations (MA) can help prepare students to compete for work with:

  • A governmental agency
  • An intergovernmental organization
  • A nongovernmental organization
  • A multinational corporation

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