STUDY
MA International Studies (International Peace & Security)

MA International Studies (International Peace and Security)

This two-year program provides rigorous and policy-related courses in Global Politics with a special focus on International Peace and Security. A series of courses on international peace and security include: World Politics, International Negotiation, Comparative Foreign Policy, History of International Relations, International Relations in East Asia, Approaches to International Peace, North-South Korea Relations, International Law and Human Rights.

Academic Requirements (Admitted students from 2016 ~ )

Section Title Credit
CORE compulsory
Courses
-Research Methods
-Thesis Research(3rd-semester)
3
3
Sub-Total 6
Core Elective  
Courses
-International Business
-International Economics
-World Politics
-Introduction to International Development and Cooperation
(Choose Any Three Courses from Core elective courses)
3
3
3
3
Sub-Total 9
Major Electives select your track and take 5 courses in your track:International Commerce 15
Area Studies Take two courses from Area Studies 6
General Electives 3 credits in any major at GSIS including below:
- Internship (3,6,9 credits according to working periods)
- Summer Seminar (2 credits)
- 6 credits from other domestic GSIS or KU General Graduate School
3
Total 39

 

Academic Requirements (~Admitted students before 2016 )

Section Title Credit
CORE compulsory
Courses
(Core Compulsory)
-Research Methods
-Thesis Research I (3rd-semester)
-Thesis Research II (4th-semester)
-International Business
-International Economics
-World Politics
-Colloquium on Int’l Relations

3
3
3
3
3
3
2
Sub-Total 20
Major Electives select your track and take 5 courses in your track:International Development
and Cooperation.
15
Area Studies Take two courses from Area Studies 6
General Electives 9 credits in any major at GSIS including below:
- Internship (3,6,9 credits according to working periods)
- Summer Seminar (2 credits)
- Max 6 credits from other domestic GSIS or KU General Graduate School
9
Total 50

 

Course Offerings in International Peace and Security

Code Course
IAS115
IAS122
IAS216
IAS316
IAS416
IAS419
IAS515
IAS121
IAS217
IAS218
IAS219
IAS220
IAS417
IAS418
IAS511
IAS512
IAS610
IAS611
IAS612
IAS710
IDC115
IDC116
IDC117
IDC120
IDC315
IDC316
IDC317
IIC112
IIC417
IKS412
IPS110
IPS111
IPS112
IPS115
IPS116
IPS117
IPS118
IPS119
IPS120
IPS210
IPS211
IPS212
IPS213
IPS214
IPS215
IPS310
IPS311
IPS312
IPS313
IPS314
IPS315
IPS316
IPS410
IPS411
IPS415
IPS416
INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS IN EAST ASIA
THE U.S. FOREIGN POLICY
EU ECONOMY
INTER-STATES RELATIONS OF THE EU
JAPANESE FOREIGN POLICY
CHINESE FOREIGN POLICY
ENVIRONMENT AND DEVELOPMENT IN CHINA
RUSSIAN FOREIGN POLICY
CASE STUDIES IN US FOREIGN ECONOMIC RELATIONS
EU LAW
POLITICS OF THE EUROPEAN UNION
EUROPEAN SOCIETY AND CULTURE
KOREAN-EU RELATIONS
THE CHINESE POLITICS
CHINESE POLITICAL ECONOMY
SPECIAL TOPICS IN RUSSIAN STUDIES I
SPECIAL TOPICS IN RUSSIAN STUDIES II
EAST ASIA IN WAR AND PEACE
SOUTHEAST ASIAN ECONOMY
POLITICS OF SOUTHEAST ASIA
UNDERSTANDING AFRICA
INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS
CASE ANALYSES OF INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS
SEMINAR ON GLOBAL GOVERNANCE
NGOS AND GLOBAL CIVIL SOCIETY
HUMAN RIGHTS IN GLOBAL AND REGIONAL CONTEXT
INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS ORGANIZATIONS
DEMOCRACY AND HUMAN RIGHTS
GLOBAL LEADERSHIP
CASE STUDIES IN INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC COOPERATION
KOREA-U.S. RELATIONS
NATIONAL COMPETITIVENESS SEMINAR
SPECIAL TOPICS IN INTERNATIONAL PEACE AND SECURTY I
SPECIAL TOPICS IN INTERNATIONAL PEACE AND SECURTY II
HISTORY OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
SEMINAR IN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
ISSUES IN WORLD POLITICS
INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY
CASE STUDIES OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
GLOBALIZATION AND GLOBAL ISSUES
GAME THEORY
APPROACHES TO INTERNATIONAL PEACE
INTERNATIONAL NEGOTIATIONS
INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE DIPLOMACY
MASS MEDIA, PUBLIC OPINION AND FOREIGN POLICY
PEACE-BUILDING AND PEACE-KEEPING
INTERNATIONAL ALLIANCE
INTERNATIONAL CONFLICT ANALYSIS AND MANAGEMENT
NATIONAL SECURITY AND STRATEGIC STUDIES
INTERNATIONAL ARMS CONTROL
ANTI-PROLIFERATION AND COUNTER-PROLIFERATION
HUMAN SECURITY
FUTURE OF WAR
INTERNATIONAL LAW
CASE STUDIES IN INTERNATIONAL LAW
NORTH-SOUTH KOREAN RELATIONS
COMPARATIVE FOREIGN POLICY