Specialisation courses* – International History and Security Studies – Trans-Atlantic M.A. Dual Degree Graduate Program
- Analysis of Current International Affairs
- Decolonization and Post-Colonialism
- International Security and Conflicts in the XXI century
- Introduction to Security Studies
- Multilateral Diplomacy
- Political Strategies in a Multipolar World
- Socio-political Geography of Terrorism
- Terrorism and Other Security Threats
- War and Peace
Courses* at West Virginia University
- to be announced
Core obligatory courses* – International Relations – academic year 2022/2023
- Contemporary International Relations – Theory and Practice
- Decision-Making in International Relations
- European Economic and Political Integration
- Globalization Process
- International Political Economy
- Social and Economic Contexts of Modern Conflicts
- Trade, Aid and Development
In addition to the above – elective courses
*Note: Collegium Civitas reserves the right to alter the content of any course and programme at any time.
The programme is offered only if a required minimum number of students enrol.
Poland conforms to the guidelines from the Bologna Process in European higher education. Degree awarded upon graduation is: Magister (second cycle studies; the Polish equivalent of the Master’s degree; similar to MA title). Upon graduation, the Student receives a Diploma of completion of studies together with a Diploma Supplement (copy of the Diploma translated into English, describing the degree, level and specialisation).
After having successfully completed this program, students will be granted a diploma of Magister in International Relations, specialisation: International History and Security Studies.
Collegium Civitas Admissions Office
phone: +48 508 929 652
room 1210, Palace of Culture and Science, 12th floor
1 Defilad Square, 00-901 Warsaw, Poland