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Studijní obor 6701T005: Master in International Relations (MAIN)


Academic Supervisor of the programme: doc. PhDr. Jan Karlas, M.A., Ph.D.


International Relations (IR) is a two-year English-language Master's degree programme, which provides students with the knowledge and analytical skills to understand and explain the international context of politics, economy, and security. The world is growing ever more interdependent and major political decisions, influencing our everyday lives, are made not only by individual nation states but increasingly also by regional as well as global institutions. Our programme helps students understand how international and European politics work, and what are the challenges faced by states as well as business and societal actors in the globalized world. Students learn in depth about the functioning of the European Union and of the key global institutions which states have developed to address these challenges. They study how, if at all, international conflicts can be productively transformed into cooperation.


In addition to providing students with a robust background in international and European politics, the programme puts an emphasis on the development of students’ analytical capabilities, abstract and critical thinking, and communication as well as language skills. The study curriculum of the programme International Relations is centred on the first year’s set of common compulsory modules and the second year’s individual specialization, stay abroad, and master’s thesis research. In the first semester students focus on the theories and methods for the study of international politics, and on the introduction to international security and international economic relations. In the second semester they acquire deeper understanding of the problems of global institutions, international law, and European studies. Students can obtain a formal specialization in European studies (ES).


Career prospects of our graduates reflect the prestige of the programme they have studied and the high demands the programme puts on their abilities and on their academic, professional and personal development. Our graduates are individuals who have been trained in critical thinking as well as in concrete analytical techniques and qualitative as well as quantitative data analysis. They have robust background knowledge relevant to current international and European politics. They are able to work in teams and in an international environment. They effectively know foreign languages, they are able to put into use their advanced writing, presentation, and communication skills. They are able to use computers effectively, not only on their CV. They have the abilities – analytical as well as managerial – to take part in demanding and complex projects, and subsequently to reach mid-level or high-level positions early on in their careers. They are people who have demonstrated personal integrity, the ability to work hard, and the capability to think deep.


Our graduates work in diverse fields:

• national administrations,

• diplomacy,

• international and European institutions,

• transnational corporations or NGOs,

• media or think-tanks,

• political parties,

• academia.


Programme structure

Compulsory courses

59 credits

Optional seminars accompanying the compulsory courses

16 credits

Optional courses – individual specialization within the programme International Relations

Minimum 30 ECTS credits

Optional courses - languages

Minimum 3 ECTS credits

Optional courses from other institutes of the Faculty

Up to 12 ECTS credits

Master’s thesis defence and the final state examination

Total credits

120 credits


Note: A students may receive up to 10 credits from courses offered by the programme Security Studies at the Department of International Relations (in addition to the courses with security studies orientation presented on this list).




The final state examination consists of the following parts:

  1. (JDIP01) Master’s thesis defenc

  2. Oral examination

    1. (JSZ604) International relations (1 question)

    2. (JSZ605) European studies (1 question)

    3. (JSZ606) International organization, (JSZ607) International law, or (JSZ608) International Economic Relations (student chooses one of these areas and answers 1 question)


*) Specialization European studies requires the student to write the master’s thesis from the realm of European politics, and pass at least 7 courses labelled (ES), at least four out of which with Exam.




Compulsory courses - J#018016

Code

Name of Course

Guarantor

Semester

Term

Examination

Credits

JLM006

ExternĂ­ odkaz English for Political Sciences II

ExternĂ­ odkaz Panešová

WS/SS

0/2

exam

3

JPM043

ExternĂ­ odkaz Theories of International Relations MV (TIR)

ExternĂ­ odkaz Plechanovová ExternĂ­ odkaz Ditrych

WS

2/0

exam

7

JPM628

ExternĂ­ odkaz Researching International Politics: Quantitative Methods

ExternĂ­ odkaz Parízek

WS

1/1

exam

6

JPM629

ExternĂ­ odkaz Researching International Politics: Qualitative Methods

ExternĂ­ odkaz Karásek ExternĂ­ odkaz Karlas ExternĂ­ odkaz Střítecký

SS

1/1

exam

6

JPM658

ExternĂ­ odkaz International Economic Relations

ExternĂ­ odkaz Parízek

WS

2/0

exam

7

JPM665

ExternĂ­ odkaz EU - Evolution of the Community [ES] (EU)

ExternĂ­ odkaz Karlas ExternĂ­ odkaz Kučerová ExternĂ­ odkaz Plechanovová

SS

2/0

exam

7

JPM667

ExternĂ­ odkaz International Organization (IO)

ExternĂ­ odkaz Karlas

SS

2/0

exam

7

JPM675

ExternĂ­ odkaz International Law

ExternĂ­ odkaz Lipovský

SS

2/1

exam

9

JPM689

ExternĂ­ odkaz Conflict Studies (CS)

ExternĂ­ odkaz Karásek

WS

2/0

exam

7


Total number of credits: 59

Note: The Academic Supervisor may grant to a student the credits for the course JLM006 (English Language for Political Science) on the basis that s/he successfully completed two semesters of his/her study in the programme. 

Note:

  • JPM043 requires parallel enrolment (is co-requisite with) in one course from group #011616

  • JPM689 requires parallel enrolment (is co-requisite with) in one course from group #011716

  • JPM665 requires parallel enrolment (is co-requisite with) in one course from group #011815

  • JPM667 requires parallel enrolment (is co-requisite with) in one course from group #0119


Prerequisites, co-requisites, alternative and incompatible courses

Code

Name of Course

Pre-requisite

Co-requisite

Interchangeability

Incompatibility

JLM006

English for Political Sciences II



JLB006


JPM043

Theories of International Relations MV (TIR)


J#0116951

JPM679

JPM679

JPM628

Researching International Politics: Quantitative Methods



JPM285 JPM303

JPM285 JPM303

JPM665

EU - Evolution of the Community [ES] (EU)


J#011899

JPM050

JPM050

JPM667

International Organization (IO)


J#0119

JPM046

JPM046

JPM675

International Law




JPM548

JPM689

Conflict Studies (CS)



JPM301 JPM666

JPM301 JPM666


Optional courses: J#011616 (Theories of International Relations)

Code

Name of Course

Guarantor

Semester

Term

Examination

Credits

JPM407

ExternĂ­ odkaz Feminism and International Relations (TIR)

ExternĂ­ odkaz Plechanovová

WS

0/1

macc

4

JPM430

ExternĂ­ odkaz Marxism in International relations (TIR)

ExternĂ­ odkaz Střítecký

WS

0/1

macc

4

JPM690

ExternĂ­ odkaz Liberalism in International Relations (TIR)

ExternĂ­ odkaz Karlas

WS

0/1

macc

4


Minimum credits: 4

Note: the guarantor of course JPM043 will require a parallel enrolment in one of the courses from group J#011616


Prerequisites, co-requisites, alternative and incompatible courses

Code

Name of Course

Pre-requisite

Co-requisite

Interchangeability

Incompatibility

JPM690

Liberalism in International Relations (TIR)




JPM542



Optional courses: J#011716 (Conflict Studies)

Code

Name of Course

Guarantor

Semester

Term

Examination

Credits

JPM408

ExternĂ­ odkaz War Studies (CS)

ExternĂ­ odkaz Hays II

WS

0/1

macc

4

JPM429

ExternĂ­ odkaz Global Terrorism (CS)

ExternĂ­ odkaz Makariusová

WS

0/1

macc

4

JPM631

ExternĂ­ odkaz Psychological and Social Aspects of Armed Conflicts (CS)

ExternĂ­ odkaz Oberpfalzerová

WS

0/1

macc

4

JPM668

ExternĂ­ odkaz Contemporary Approaches in Critical Security Studies (ACIS)

ExternĂ­ odkaz Daniel ExternĂ­ odkaz Rychnovská ExternĂ­ odkaz Záhora

WS

0/1

macc

4


Minimum credits: 4

Note: the guarantor of course JPM689 will require a parallel enrolment in one of the courses from group J#011716


Prerequisites, co-requisites, alternative and incompatible courses

Code

Name of Course

Pre-requisite

Co-requisite

Interchangeability

Incompatibility

JPM408

War Studies (CS)




JPM287

JPM668

Contemporary Approaches in Critical Security Studies (ACIS)




JPM569



Optional courses: J#011815 (European Union - Evolution of the Community)

Code

Name of Course

Guarantor

Semester

Term

Examination

Credits

JPM409

ExternĂ­ odkaz EU Institutions and Decision-making [ES] (EU)

ExternĂ­ odkaz Plechanovová

SS

0/1

macc

4

JPM410

ExternĂ­ odkaz Theories of European Integration and their Application [ES] (EU)

ExternĂ­ odkaz Karlas

SS

0/1

macc

4

JPM433

ExternĂ­ odkaz Interinstitutional Relations: European vs. Domestic Institutions [ES] (EU)

ExternĂ­ odkaz Knutelská

SS

0/1

macc

4

JPM646

ExternĂ­ odkaz Member States and EU Policy-Making (ES) (EU)

ExternĂ­ odkaz Karlas

SS

0/1

macc

4


Minimum credits: 4

Note: the guarantor of course JPM665 will require a parallel enrolment in one of the courses from group J#011815


Prerequisites, co-requisites, alternative and incompatible courses

Code

Name of Course

Pre-requisite

Co-requisite

Interchangeability

Incompatibility

JPM410

Theories of European Integration and their Application [ES] (EU)




JPM183



Optional courses: J#0119 (International Organization)

Code

Name of Course

Guarantor

Semester

Term

Examination

Credits

JPM428

ExternĂ­ odkaz International Institutions - Governing Global Economy

ExternĂ­ odkaz Parízek

SS

0/1

macc

4

JPM543

ExternĂ­ odkaz International Institutions: Design and Performance

ExternĂ­ odkaz Karlas

SS

0/1

macc

4

JPM606

ExternĂ­ odkaz Global Governance (IO)

ExternĂ­ odkaz Makariusová

SS

0/1

macc

4


Minimum credits: 4

Note: the guarantor of course JPM667 will require a parallel enrolment in one of the courses from group J#0119


Prerequisites, co-requisites, alternative and incompatible courses

Code

Name of Course

Pre-requisite

Co-requisite

Interchangeability

Incompatibility

JPM543

International Institutions: Design and Performance



JPM416




Optional courses: J#0012116 (Further issues in international politics)

Code

Name of Course

Guarantor

Semester

Term

Examination

Credits

JLM001

ExternĂ­ odkaz Academic English I

ExternĂ­ odkaz Poslušná

WS/SS

0/3

pass

3

JPM099

ExternĂ­ odkaz Baltic regional cooperation and Russia

ExternĂ­ odkaz Zájedová

WS

2/0

exam

6

JPM191

ExternĂ­ odkaz Geopolitics of Great Powers: Russia

ExternĂ­ odkaz Baštář Leichtová

WS

1/1

exam

6

JPM203

ExternĂ­ odkaz Germany and Central Europe on the Case of Enlargement

ExternĂ­ odkaz Jeřábek

SS

1/1

exam

6

JPM432

ExternĂ­ odkaz European Public Space: Interest Representation and Public Debate

ExternĂ­ odkaz Knutelská

WS

1/1

exam

6

JPM526

ExternĂ­ odkaz Justice and Reconciliation in Post-Conflict Societies

ExternĂ­ odkaz Werkman

WS

0/2

exam

6

JPM534

ExternĂ­ odkaz Introduction to Development Studies

ExternĂ­ odkaz Horký-Hlucháň

WS

1/1

exam

6

JPM586

ExternĂ­ odkaz NGOs in International Relations

ExternĂ­ odkaz Knutelská

WS

1/1

exam

6

JPM589

ExternĂ­ odkaz Applied Political Game Theory

ExternĂ­ odkaz Parízek

SS

1/1

exam

6

JPM607

ExternĂ­ odkaz International Negotiations

ExternĂ­ odkaz Parízek

WS

0/1

macc

4

JPM608

ExternĂ­ odkaz Religion and World Politics

ExternĂ­ odkaz Kratochvíl

WS

1/1

exam

4

JPM634

ExternĂ­ odkaz Crisis Games

ExternĂ­ odkaz Kučera ExternĂ­ odkaz Parízek

SS

0/2

exam

6

JPM644

ExternĂ­ odkaz Contemporary International Relations in East Asia

ExternĂ­ odkaz Kolmaš

WS/SS

2/0

exam

6

JPM657

ExternĂ­ odkaz Territorial Violent Non-State Actors within the International System

ExternĂ­ odkaz Ludvík

SS

0/1

exam

4

JPM670

ExternĂ­ odkaz Professional internship A

ExternĂ­ odkaz Karlas

WS/SS

0/4

pass

6

JPM671

ExternĂ­ odkaz Professional internship B

ExternĂ­ odkaz Karlas

WS/SS

0/4

pass

4

JPM678

ExternĂ­ odkaz EU Democracy, Elections, and Opinions

ExternĂ­ odkaz Giurcanu

WS

1/1

exam

5

JPM691

ExternĂ­ odkaz Interpreting International Politics and Security: Concepts and Methods

ExternĂ­ odkaz Daniel ExternĂ­ odkaz Rychnovská ExternĂ­ odkaz Záhora

WS

0/2

exam

6

JPM692

ExternĂ­ odkaz Internal Security of the EU [ES]

ExternĂ­ odkaz Hokovský

WS

2/0

exam

6

JPM905

ExternĂ­ odkaz European Security in an Unpredictable World (ES)

ExternĂ­ odkaz Parízek ExternĂ­ odkaz Dijkstra

SS

0/1

macc

4

JPM908

ExternĂ­ odkaz Natural Resources and Armed Conflicts under International Law

ExternĂ­ odkaz Plechanovová

SS

1/0

macc

4


Minimum credits: 30

Note: Students may receive up to 10 credits from courses offered by the programme Security Studies at the Department of International Relations (in addition to the courses with security studies orientation presented on this list).

Note: The offer of optional courses may be updated during the academic year.



Prerequisites, co-requisites, alternative and incompatible courses

Code

Name of Course

Pre-requisite

Co-requisite

Interchangeability

Incompatibility

JLM001

Academic English I

J#LM30




JPM644

Contemporary International Relations in East Asia




JPM697



Optional courses: J#005615 (Language courses)

Code

Name of Course

Guarantor

Semester

Term

Examination

Credits

JLB014

ExternĂ­ odkaz Specialised German II

ExternĂ­ odkaz Křenková

SS

0/3

exam

3

JLB020

ExternĂ­ odkaz Specialised French II

ExternĂ­ odkaz Bosáková

SS

0/3

exam

3

JLB024

ExternĂ­ odkaz Specialised Italian II

ExternĂ­ odkaz Bahníková

SS

0/3

exam

3

JLB028

ExternĂ­ odkaz Specialised Russian II - upper levels

ExternĂ­ odkaz Mistrová

SS

0/3

exam

3

JLB030

ExternĂ­ odkaz Specialised Spanish II

ExternĂ­ odkaz Mlýnková

SS

0/3

exam

3

JLB034

ExternĂ­ odkaz German II

ExternĂ­ odkaz Faltýnová ExternĂ­ odkaz Křenková

SS

0/3

macc

3

JLB036

ExternĂ­ odkaz French II

ExternĂ­ odkaz Bosáková ExternĂ­ odkaz Dundrová

SS

0/3

macc

3

JLB038

ExternĂ­ odkaz Italian II

ExternĂ­ odkaz Bahníková

SS

0/3

macc

3

JLB040

ExternĂ­ odkaz Specialised Russian II - lower levels

ExternĂ­ odkaz Mistrová

SS

0/3

macc

3

JLB042

ExternĂ­ odkaz Spanish II - JLB 042

ExternĂ­ odkaz Mlýnková

SS

0/3

macc

3

JLB048

ExternĂ­ odkaz Russian II

ExternĂ­ odkaz Mistrová

SS

0/3

macc

3

JPM683

ExternĂ­ odkaz Other languages I

ExternĂ­ odkaz Karlas

WS/SS

0/3

pass

3


Minimum credits: 3

Students needs to obtain at least one Exam or one classified pass from one of the language courses on offer. Alternatively, if the student obtained a B.A. or an M.A. degree taught in other foreign language, he/she may obtain credits from the course "Other languages" (for this purpose, the Slovak language is not considered a foreign language).

Language courses labelled II take place in summer semester and they always have a corresponding course labelled I as a pre-requisite. To enrol in these II-courses students either need to have fulfilled the respective pre-requiste course, or ask the vice-dean to forgive the pre-requisite. Credits obtained from the I-course (the pre-requisite) count only towards optional courses from outside of those offered by the Department.


Prerequisites, co-requisites, alternative and incompatible courses

Code

Name of Course

Pre-requisite

Co-requisite

Interchangeability

Incompatibility

JLB014

Specialised German II

JLB013


JLB034


JLB020

Specialised French II

JLB019


JLB036


JLB024

Specialised Italian II

JLB023




JLB028

Specialised Russian II - upper levels

JLB027




JLB030

Specialised Spanish II

JLB029




JLB034

German II

JLB033




JLB036

French II

JLB035




JLB038

Italian II

JLB037




JLB040

Specialised Russian II - lower levels

JLB039




JLB042

Spanish II - JLB 042

JLB041




JLB048

Russian II

JLB047






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