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The minor degree program in International Relations offers Bilkent University students with an interest in world politics a solid basis for understanding world politics in a globalizing world as well as Turkey’s international relations. The minor degree program is made up of four must courses: Introduction to World Politics, Diplomatic History, Foreign Policy Analysis and International Relations Theory. Students also take two elective courses of their own choosing. The Department offers a wide variety of courses, all of which are open to minor degree students (subject to availability).

Depending on their major degree program, students are advised to take introductory courses (for example, Introduction to World Politics) or they are encouraged to experiment with more specialized courses (including International Political Economy, Security Studies and Conflict research or Russian Studies).

Prerequisite Courses: None

Open to Students from

  • Faculty of Business Administration
  • Faculty of Economics, Administrative and Social Sciences
  • Faculty of Engineering
  • Faculty of Humanities and Letters
  • Faculty of Law
  • Faculty of Science

 

Minor Program Rules and Regulations

New IR Minor Curriculum (Fall 2013 onwards)

 

The minor degree program in International Relations offers Bilkent University students with an interest in world politics a solid basis for understanding world politics in a globalizing world as well as Turkey’s international relations. The minor degree program is made up of four must courses: Introduction to World Politics, Diplomatic History, Foreign Policy Analysis and International Relations Theory. Students also take two elective courses of their own choosing. The Department offers a wide variety of courses, all of which are open to minor degree students (subject to availability).

Depending on their major degree program, students are advised to take introductory courses (for example, Introduction to World Politics) or they are encouraged to experiment with more specialized courses (including International Political Economy, Security Studies and Conflict research or Russian Studies).

Prerequisite Courses: None

Open to Students from

  • Faculty of Business Administration
  • Faculty of Economics, Administrative and Social Sciences
  • Faculty of Engineering
  • Faculty of Humanities and Letters
  • Faculty of Law
  • Faculty of Science

 

Minor Program Rules and Regulations

New IR Minor Curriculum (Fall 2013 onwards)

The minor degree program in International Relations offers Bilkent University students with an interest in world politics a solid basis for understanding world politics in a globalizing world as well as Turkey’s international relations. The minor degree program is made up of four must courses: Introduction to World Politics, Diplomatic History, Foreign Policy Analysis and International Relations Theory. Students also take two elective courses of their own choosing. The Department offers a wide variety of courses, all of which are open to minor degree students (subject to availability).

Depending on their major degree program, students are advised to take introductory courses (for example, Introduction to World Politics) or they are encouraged to experiment with more specialized courses (including International Political Economy, Security Studies and Conflict research or Russian Studies).

Prerequisite Courses: None

Open to Students from

  • Faculty of Business Administration
  • Faculty of Economics, Administrative and Social Sciences
  • Faculty of Engineering
  • Faculty of Humanities and Letters
  • Faculty of Law
  • Faculty of Science

Minor Program Rules and Regulations

New IR Minor Curriculum (Fall 2013 onwards)

The minor degree program in International Relations offers Bilkent University students with an interest in world politics a solid basis for understanding world politics in a globalizing world as well as Turkey’s international relations. The minor degree program is made up of four must courses: Introduction to World Politics, Diplomatic History, Foreign Policy Analysis and International Relations Theory. Students also take two elective courses of their own choosing. The Department offers a wide variety of courses, all of which are open to minor degree students (subject to availability).

Depending on their major degree program, students are advised to take introductory courses (for example, Introduction to World Politics) or they are encouraged to experiment with more specialized courses (including International Political Economy, Security Studies and Conflict research or Russian Studies).

Prerequisite Courses: None

Open to Students from

  • Faculty of Business Administration
  • Faculty of Economics, Administrative and Social Sciences
  • Faculty of Engineering
  • Faculty of Humanities and Letters
  • Faculty of Law
  • Faculty of Science

Minor Program Rules and Regulations

New IR Minor Curriculum (Fall 2013 onwards)

The minor degree program in International Relations offers Bilkent University students with an interest in world politics a solid basis for understanding world politics in a globalizing world as well as Turkey’s international relations. The minor degree program is made up of four must courses: Diplomatic History, Foreign Policy Analysis, International Relations Theory and Turkish Foreign Policy. Students also take two elective courses of their own choosing. The Department offers a wide variety of courses, all of which are open to minor degree students (subject to availability).

Depending on their major degree program, students are advised to take introductory courses (for example, Introduction to World Politics) or they are encouraged to experiment with more specialized courses (including International Political Economy, Security Studies and Conflict research or Russian Studies).

Prerequisite Courses: None

Open to Students from

  • Faculty of Business Administration
  • Faculty of Economics, Administrative and Social Sciences
  • Faculty of Engineering
  • Faculty of Humanities and Letters
  • Faculty of Law
  • Faculty of Science

Minor Program Rules and Regulations

CURRICULUM

CodeCourse NameHoursCreditECTS Credit
IR 101Introduction to World Politics366
IR 333Foreign Policy Analysis336
IR 335International Relations Theory336
IR 218Diplomatic History II336
Electice 1 (any IR courses)
Electice 2 (any IR courses)

The minor degree program in International Relations offers Bilkent University students with an interest in world politics a solid basis for understanding world politics in a globalizing world as well as Turkey’s international relations. The minor degree program is made up of four must courses: Diplomatic History, Foreign Policy Analysis, International Relations Theory and Turkish Foreign Policy. Students also take two elective courses of their own choosing. The Department offers a wide variety of courses, all of which are open to minor degree students (subject to availability).

Depending on their major degree program, students are advised to take introductory courses (for example, Introduction to World Politics) or they are encouraged to experiment with more specialized courses (including International Political Economy, Security Studies and Conflict research or Russian Studies).

Prerequisite Courses: None

Open to Students from

  • Faculty of Business Administration
  • Faculty of Economics, Administrative and Social Sciences
  • Faculty of Engineering
  • Faculty of Humanities and Letters
  • Faculty of Law
  • Faculty of Science

Minor Program Rules and Regulations

CURRICULUM

CodeCourse NameHoursCreditECTS Credit
IR 101Introduction to World Politics366
IR 333Foreign Policy Analysis336
IR 335International Relations Theory336
IR 218Diplomatic History II336
Electice 1 (any IR courses)
Electice 2 (any IR courses)

The minor degree program in International Relations offers Bilkent University students with an interest in world politics a solid basis for understanding world politics in a globalizing world as well as Turkey’s international relations. The minor degree program is made up of four must courses: Diplomatic History, Foreign Policy Analysis, International Relations Theory and Turkish Foreign Policy. Students also take two elective courses of their own choosing. The Department offers a wide variety of courses, all of which are open to minor degree students (subject to availability).

Depending on their major degree program, students are advised to take introductory courses (for example, Introduction to World Politics) or they are encouraged to experiment with more specialized courses (including International Political Economy, Security Studies and Conflict research or Russian Studies).

Prerequisite Courses: None

Open to Students from

  • Faculty of Business Administration
  • Faculty of Economics, Administrative and Social Sciences
  • Faculty of Engineering
  • Faculty of Humanities and Letters
  • Faculty of Law
  • Faculty of Science

Minor Program Rules and Regulations

CURRICULUM

CodeCourse NameHoursCreditECTS Credit
IR 101Introduction to World Politics366
IR 333Foreign Policy Analysis336
IR 335International Relations Theory336
IR 218Diplomatic History II336
Electice 1 (any IR courses)
Electice 2 (any IR courses)

The minor degree program in International Relations offers Bilkent University students with an interest in world politics a solid basis for understanding world politics in a globalizing world as well as Turkey’s international relations. The minor degree program is made up of four must courses: Diplomatic History, Foreign Policy Analysis, International Relations Theory and Turkish Foreign Policy. Students also take two elective courses of their own choosing. The Department offers a wide variety of courses, all of which are open to minor degree students (subject to availability).

Depending on their major degree program, students are advised to take introductory courses (for example, Introduction to World Politics) or they are encouraged to experiment with more specialized courses (including International Political Economy, Security Studies and Conflict research or Russian Studies).

Prerequisite Courses: None

Open to Students from

  • Faculty of Business Administration
  • Faculty of Economics, Administrative and Social Sciences
  • Faculty of Engineering
  • Faculty of Humanities and Letters
  • Faculty of Law
  • Faculty of Science

Minor Program Rules and Regulations

CURRICULUM

CodeCourse NameHoursCreditECTS Credit
IR 101Introduction to World Politics366
IR 333Foreign Policy Analysis336
IR 335International Relations Theory336
IR 218Diplomatic History II336
Electice 1 (any IR courses)
Electice 2 (any IR courses)

The  minor degree program in International Relations offers Bilkent University students with an interest in world politics a solid basis for understanding world politics in a globalizing world as well as Turkey’s international relations. The minor degree program is made up of four must courses: Diplomatic History, Foreign Policy Analysis, International Relations Theory and Turkish Foreign Policy. Students also take two elective courses of their own choosing. The Department offers a wide variety of courses, all of which are open to minor degree students (subject to availability).

Depending on their major degree program, students are advised to take introductory courses (for example, Introduction to World Politics) or they are encouraged to experiment with more specialized courses (including International Political Economy, Security Studies and Conflict research or Russian Studies).

Prerequisite Courses: None

Open to Students from

  • Faculty of Business Administration
  • Faculty of Economics, Administrative and Social Sciences
  • Faculty of Engineering
  • Faculty of Humanities and Letters
  • Faculty of Law
  • Faculty of Science

CURRICULUM

Code Course Name Hours Credit ECTS
Credit
Lec. Prac. Lab
IR 218 Diplomatic History II 3 3 6
IR 333 Foreign Policy Analysis 3 3 6
IR 335 International Relations Theory 3 3 6
IR 440 Turkish Foreign Policy II 3 3 6
Electives (2) – any IR courses 6 12

The  minor degree program in International Relations offers Bilkent University students with an interest in world politics a solid basis for understanding world politics in a globalizing world as well as Turkey’s international relations. The minor degree program is made up of four must courses: Diplomatic History, Foreign Policy Analysis, International Relations Theory and Turkish Foreign Policy. Students also take two elective courses of their own choosing. The Department offers a wide variety of courses, all of which are open to minor degree students (subject to availability).

Depending on their major degree program, students are advised to take introductory courses (for example, Introduction to World Politics) or they are encouraged to experiment with more specialized courses (including International Political Economy, Security Studies and Conflict research or Russian Studies).

Prerequisite Courses: None

Open to Students from

  • Faculty of Business Administration
  • Faculty of Economics, Administrative and Social Sciences
  • Faculty of Engineering
  • Faculty of Humanities and Letters
  • Faculty of Law
  • Faculty of Science

CURRICULUM

Code Course Name Hours Credit ECTS
Credit
Lec. Prac. Lab
IR 218 Diplomatic History II 3 3 6
IR 333 Foreign Policy Analysis 3 3 6
IR 335 International Relations Theory 3 3 6
IR 440 Turkish Foreign Policy II 3 3 6
Electives (2) – any IR courses 6 12