International Relations (B.A.)
The International Relations degree program is designed for students who have a keen interest in bridging different cultures and working in an international environment. The program is centered on the foundation of diplomacy, which is regarded as a driving force in a world that is fraught with conflict. The curriculum delves into various theories that propose that individuals can resolve differences without resorting to fighting or exercising economic power, but by negotiating using knowledge, words, and values instead.
The program offers a comprehensive study of international politics and economics, ecology and ethics, legal regulations, and cultural concepts, in addition to training in the art of diplomatic negotiations. Students in this program will gain a thorough understanding of how diplomacy can be used as a driving force to resolve conflicts and will learn how to encourage the exchange of knowledge and values when working as an intermediary for other cultures. By focusing on these critical areas of study, students will be better equipped to pursue careers in a variety of fields, including diplomacy, international organizations, non-governmental organizations, business, research, and media.
- HR Specialist, HR Development
- Leader in an NGO
- Marketing & Sales
- Change Management
- Conflict Resolution Specialist
This course of study starts every winter semester in September.
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EU: 1. Sep., non-EU: 15. Jul. or later, depending on the visa process of your home country
Study program start
End of September
790 € / month
English + other language courses
Company projects, practical and semester abroad
On Mondays to Fridays (as well as block seminars)
Program Structure: International Relations
Each module in the International Relations course at Karlshochschule opens up a new and exciting world. When I look at the module overview, I can see how my course contents are logically interlinked and how this provides me with a much broader spectrum of International Relations.
Civil Society: Ethics, Culture, Society
Introduction to Scientific Research Methods
English / German as a Foreign Language 1.1
Introduction in Strategic Practice
Foreign Policy Analysis
English / German as a Foreign Language 1.2
Foreign Language 2.1
Foreign Language 2.2 or Host Language
Elective: Ethics ... and Globalization / and Sustainability / in Practice
Justice, Human and Constitutional Rights
Change & Innovation
Foreign Language 2.3
Bachelor Thesis including its Defense
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