Our undergraduate program covers general issues about international relations, IR theories, international organizations, international law, international system, and regional issues about International Relations. The number of electives are especially kept high in order to give our students the chance of getting specialized on topics that they are interested in. Undergraduate Program is carried out in English. It has a 4-year long curriculum. Students are required to collect 157 credits to graduate.

Courses & Curriculum
2008-2009 Spring Semester: Course Schedule and Hours (.xls)
Course Descriptions (.zip)
ECTS Tables (.zip)


Department of International Relations initiated its Graduate Program in the 1997-1998 academic year. The courses are taught in English. The aim of the Graduate Program is to enhance students' general knowledge further on IR discipline. Elective courses on Asia, Caucasus, the Balkans, Middle East and Latin America are specifically designated to deepen students' knowledge on regional studies.

Courses & Curriculum
Course Schedule and Hours (.xls)
Admission and Degree Requirements
Course Descriptions (.doc)


Our department has launched its Minor Program in the 2005-2006 academic year. The primary goal of the program is to offer students from other departments the opportunity to enhance their knowledge about IR discipline.

Application and Certificate Requirements
Frequently Asked Questions About the Minor Program
Registration Forms: Fall Semester (.doc) / Spring Semester (.doc)


Information Package (.doc)

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