MS - (INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS)
Master of Science in International Relations consists of 54 Credit Hours.
This program aims to produce competent professionals, who demonstrate a thorough knowledge of the theory and practice of international relations; developing skills which are necessary for personal and career development. The graduates will be able to manifest advanced expertise in the field of international relations; address and contribute to issues of global politics; critically analyze and evaluate trends and developments in the fields of international politics, economics, culture, communication and law; and demonstrate advanced skills in project planning, project and time management, presentation, leadership and the use of information technology. After completion of their program, students can competently fill positions in academia, consulting companies, government and international agencies, as well as the media.
Management Science involves the application of scientific principles to assist decision makers in taking rational and intelligent decisions. It is concerned with scientifically deciding how best to design and operate systems, usually under conditions requiring the allocation of scarce resources. Management science tools and methods can be applied to many functional areas of business, such as management, marketing, finance, banking, human resource management and operations. Some of the more popular areas of application of management science techniques are services, manufacturing, natural resources, logistics, airline, telecommunication, and military sectors.
The Management Science programs at Greenwich University focus on the application of management science techniques to operational and strategic decision problems, as opposed to fundamental research in mathematical optimization, stochastic modeling or statistics. Areas of current interest to faculty members include operations management in the service sector and in health care, operational flexibility, non-parametric statistical methods, and information systems. Almost all problems of interest in these areas are multi-dimensional in nature, and the stakeholders are also many, with a diverse range of requirements.
General English IIMODULE I
Management Information System
Foreign Policy of PakistanMODULE II
Politics of International economic Relations
International Relation Theory & Practce
Politics of Globalization and CivilizationsMODULE III
Study of Central Asia States
Study of War
World Economic Forum
Advance Research MethodsMODULE IV
Contemporary International Relations
Power Politics & International Relations
Balance of Power & World Politics