International Relations



A one-year programme that provides knowledge, skills and scholarship in global leadership as well as expertise in governance, social transformation and development, particularly in the developing world. The programme examines the dynamics of international cooperation, conflict management and resolution, peaceful co-existence among nations, and humanity in general.

Teaching methods:

Multiple methods of instruction are used, including lectures and discussion, case studies, small group work and projects.


Study options:
  • Weekday Evenings
  • Weekends
Courses Offered Include:
  • International Relations Theory
  • International Economic Relations
  • Diplomatic Communications and Practice
  • International Law
  • Regionalism and Integration
  • Ghanaian Foreign Policy
  • American Foreign Policy
  • International Conflicts and Conflict
  • Resolution
  • International Finance
  • Gender and International Relations
  • International Terrorism
  • Cyber Security
  • Transitional Justice
  • Corporate Institutions and Private Enterprises
  • Diplomatic Services
  • International Governmental Organizations (INGOs)
  • Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs)
  • Research Institutions
  • Public and Private Security Organizations.








3) Proficiency in the English Language


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