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School
Graduate School
Department
Architecture
Qualification
PhD
Level
Postgraduate
Mode
Full-time
Length
4 Years
Fees
€ 8,000 excl. Additional Fees
Scholarship
No
Start Date
September/February
Study Abroad
Yes
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Politics and International Studies (PINS) PhD

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Career Opportunities
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The PhD program of Politics and International Studies (PINS) is designed on the synthesis of fields of Political Science, International Relations and address to the academics and upper level professionals of the future. It offers the theoretical foundations of global politics as well as its basic areas of study focusing on the centralisation and shifts in the political, economic and military power in the globed. Upon such a base, its curriculum offers the student an opportunity to develop a broad understanding of the system of global-international relations and politics and then to focus on a special areas of interest. It is designed to promote career advancement of professionals and academics from every undergraduate background.

 

Conditions to apply for the program:

 

  • Have MA degree from these departments Political Science, Political Science and Public Administration, Public Administration, International Relations, Political Science and International Relations, European Studies, History, Sociology.
  • Having minimum 3.0/4.0 GPA in MA degree.
  • Diplomas.
  • Transcripts.
  • Minimum 55 points from ALES exam.
  • English proficieny certificate (Minimum 55 from ÜDS, 155 from TOEFL CBT, 470 from TOEFL PBT, 5.5 from TOEFL IBT or 65IELTS.
  • Letter of intent.
  • 2 reference letters.
  • All aplicants have to pass oral and written examination before their admittions.
  • To those graduated from other departments should take Scientific Preparation courses listed below;
    • MIRP501      Advanced International Relations Theory 
    • MIRP502      Advanced Comparative Politics        
    • MIL507         International Law   

 

 

 

 Career Opportunities

 

 

 

CORE COURSES

FALL

PINS601            Current Issues in the World Politics and Economy,                                      

PINS603            Contemporary Political Theory & Global Affairs,                                         

 

SPRING

PINS600            Scientific Inquiry in Political Science,                                                             

PINS602            Current Issues in International Law,                                                               

PINS624 PhD      Seminar        

                                                                                                    

ELECTIVE COURSES

FALL

PINS605             Conflict Areas in the World and Dispute Settlement Processes,                  

PINS607             Politics of Europe and European Union,                                                           

PINS609             Political Economy of the Pacific Region,                                                            

PINS611             Political Life in the Turkic Republics,                                                                  

PIS61                 Issues in Turkish Foreign Policy,                                                                            

PIS615               Political Geography and Geo-politics,                                                                

PIS617               Political Economy of Energy,                                                                     

PIS619               Sino-Russian Relations,                                                                                            

PIS621               Politics, Global Business and Finance,                                                                  

 

SPRING

PIS604               Theory and Practice of Real-politics,                                                             

PIS606               Politics of the Middle East,                                                                              

PIS608               American Foreign Policy,                                                                                 

PIS610               Global Politics of Asia,                                                                                        

PIS612               Global Politics of the Balkans,                                                                          

PIS614               Human Rights Politics and Law,                                                                      

PIS61                 Military History and Security,                                                                           

PIS618               Sino-American Relations,                                                                                  

PIS620               Global Information and Communication Technology,                                 

PIS622               International Communication and Media                                                      

                                   

                                                              

PIS625            PHD THESIS                       

 

 

 

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