Political Science : Programme Name Professional Master : Degree 12 months : Duration Virtual Learning : Teaching method Leaders and senior administrations in the state. Interested in the political aspects. Workers in scientific research and studies centers. Workers in the political and diplomatic field in governments, parties, parliaments and embassies. Leaders and cadres of political […]
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Political science is one of the disciplines of social sciences that many people are currently interested in studying and learning more information about those sciences, especially with the contemporary Arab revolutions and the growing interest in political affairs in general. Political science focuses on a number of branches, including political theory, analysis and description The different political systems, in addition to making comparisons between the political systems and each other, in addition to studying and analyzing the methods of governance and political behavior of governments.
It also deals with political science as well as international issues of common concern and international institutions and their role in important issues such as the environment, terrorism and the importance of public and international law, enabling those interested in political affairs to understand the most important political factors that move the world and the great powers and their role in running the affairs other countries.
Political science also discusses the role of the United Nations Foundation in discussing the most prominent issues such as opposition movements, religious extremism and the environment, and their relationship to extremist exploitation and violation of the attempt to produce biofuels and its impact on food in the poorest countries and other important issues that concern the international community in current time.
It is assumed from the study of political science that the student acquires the ability to analyze and understand the available political information and the ability to present the point of view and speak in public, clearly, time management and other skills whose effects are evident among senior politicians.
The Institute of Professional Studies offers a specialized master’s Programme in political science with distinct admission conditions that allow all those wishing to register in it to obtain that opportunity. It is required for admission to the Programme to have a foundation university degree, or equivalent specialized qualifications in any discipline (such as bachelor’s, bachelor’s, diploma). Higher university, bachelor’s, higher national diploma, basic university diploma, higher institute certificate, community college diploma, and in any scientific discipline and with any graduation grade and from any batch and without the need for equivalency or approval of the academic qualification from any authority in advance before applying and Registration in the Programme, but only the accreditation of the college, university or institute awarding the academic degree.
The specialized master’s Programme in political science includes a number of academic courses, including: the foundations of political science course and the philosophy of political science course. The Programme targets workers in foreign ministries, those interested in political affairs, political analysts and other workers in research centers and political studies, leaders and Party cadres, graduates of faculties of economics and political science, and all those interested in political affairs with visions and political thought.
The Professional Master’s in Political Science contains the typical courses:
- The origins of political analysis
- Political planning and organization
- Philosophy of political science
- The origins of geopolitical sciences
- Geopolitical analysis
- Political Sociology
- Foreign Policy
- Political parties
So that, upon completion of the study in the professional master’s Programme in political science, the student will be able to:
- Defining authoritarian regimes and how to achieve the concept of citizenship in the modern state.
- Understand the citizen’s role in forming the foundations of the modern civilized state.
- Understand international relations in light of the concept of international equilibrium forces.
- Understand the concept of partisan and political activity and how to practice those activities.
- To identify the major concepts in the field of political work, such as justice and democracy.
- Recognize the importance of political philosophy and its role in political activity.
Recognize the relationship between government, freedom, equality and cultural pluralism.