Bachelors in International Relations
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Understanding the relations among countries is central to understanding work politics. Global telecommunications, multinational business networks, terrorism, and transnational ethnic communities are undermining state sovereignty from within. Changes in information technologies and advances in human knowledge are beginning to reshape core international relations concepts such as power and sovereignty. It is important for students to understand these changes and how these affect relations among and between countries.
Degree requirement for this is:
- FA/FSc Part-I with minimum 60% marks OR A-level in three subjects (main subjects no subsidiary) with minimum Grade B (60%) with Equivalence Certificate OR Grade 12 with minimum Grade B (60%) with Equivalence Certificate OR any equivalent examination.
- The NAT conducted by the National Testing Service with a minimum 50% cumulative score.
The graduates in international relations are able to adapt to diversity and engage in complex economic, political and social dynamics that go beyond borders and cultures.