• Acquiring the skills of understanding, explaining, and using the fundamental concepts and methodology of international relations
  • Acquiring the skills of analyzing international relations from a theoretical level
  • Having adequate knowledge about history of international relations and being able to analyze historical processes, events and international actors
  • Acquiring the ability to make logical interpretations about the contemporary either global, regional or national actors and their future positions
  • Acquiring the ability to have an interdisciplinary perspective that synthesizes other disciplines to IR
  • Developing necessary quantitative and qualitative research skills in International Relations
  • Having ability to express herself/himself with regard to disciplinary issues
  • Having the ability of reaching relevant sources and knowing the way she/he uses particular knowledge
  • Having the ability of analytical thinking, critical analysis and developing rational argument
  • Being able to use English for everyday conversations as well as in an advanced level for professional purposes.
  • Having a responsible perspective in parallel with ethical principles and having necessary knowledge about ethical liability.
  • Understanding the importance of lifelong learning, accessing information, following contemporary events and developments in scientific community and having the ability of renewing herself/himself in accordance with it.