BS International Relations

Introduction

Main purpose of the BS 4-Years program in International Relations at MUL is to prepare graduates having a deep knowledge of the subject as well as the ability to analyze any given situation and draw out conclusions. Ongoing BS program is aligned with the HEC under graduate policy. Student will be engaged in interdisciplinary study by integrating insights from related fields such as economics, sociology, law, and Peace and conflict studies to analyze the global affairs.

Objectives

  • To deliver a baseline understanding of the key theories, concepts, and debates in the field of International Relations.
  • To inculcate advanced analytical skills to evaluate and assess global political phenomena, including conflict resolution, international security, and diplomacy.
  •  To educate about historical, cultural, and socioeconomic factors shaping international politics and global governance.
  • To address contemporary issues and challenges in international affairs, such as globalization, human rights, environmental sustainability, and the role of non-state actors.
  • To enhance communication skills through academic writing, presentations, and debates.

Career Path

  • Diplomatic and Foreign Service
  • International Organizations
  • Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs)
  • International Business
  • Journalism
  • Academician and Researcher

Fee Structure BS International Relations

BS International Relations
Duration 4
Total Semester 8
Total Package 452,504
At Admission Time 28,500
Additional Charges at the time of Admission 2,700
Examination Fee 3,500
Total Amount (At Admission) 31,200
Installment 26719 * 16
Additional Charges at the time of Admission
Web Portal fee per year for Learning Management Syste 0
Library Security Fee (Refundable) 2,000
Student Card 200
Library & Magazine Fund 500
Total Additional Charges 2,700
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Scheme of Study

Semester 1

Sr.# Course Code Course Name Credit Hours

Semester 2

Sr.# Course Code Course Name Credit Hours

Semester 3

Sr.# Course Code Course Name Credit Hours

Semester 4

Sr.# Course Code Course Name Credit Hours
1 POLS201 Political Systems (Developed) 3
2 POLS203 Political Systems (Developing) 3
3 INTR100 Approaches & Theories of International Relations 3
4 INTR202 Globalization & International Relations 3
5 PACT401 Human Rights and Humanitarian Law 3

Semester 5

Sr.# Course Code Course Name Credit Hours
1 INTR301 International Law 3
2 INTR302 Regional and international organizations 3
3 INTR303 Foreign policy Analysis 3
4 INTR305 Politics of Indian Ocean 3
5 INTR312 International Security 3
6 BEHS302 Life and learning -II 3

Semester 6

Sr.# Course Code Course Name Credit Hours
1 INTR304 International political economy 3
2 INTR307 STRATEGIC STUDIES 3
3 INTR308 Diplomacy 3
4 INTR310 Conflict Management & Resolution 3
5 UNRM301 Research Methods 3

Semester 7

Sr.# Course Code Course Name Credit Hours
1 INTR401 Comparative foreign policy of US, Russia, China,UK 3
2 INTR404 Pakistan Defense and Security Policy 3
3 INTR408 Nuclear Studies 3
4 INTR409 Regional politics and CPEC 3
5 FYP499A Final Year project A 3

Semester 8

Sr.# Course Code Course Name Credit Hours
1 INTR403 Arms control, Disarmament and nuclear non proliferation 3
2 INTR410 Dynamics of Kashmir Conflict 3
3 INTR411 Contemporary International Relations & middle east 3
4 FYP499B Final Year Project B 3
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