Course Code: LM-52/62
Dean: Franco Frattini
The strategic Studies and Diplomatic Sciences’ Master of Arts’ Degree guarantees the acquirement of economical, juridical and socio-cultural skills to operate into the economical relations, intelligence, and the international security and diplomacy context. The Master’s Degree allows students to acquire the tools useful to analyse the contemporary socio-political dynamics, both nationally and internationally, through a comparative approach to political, economic, legal and institutional studies, as well as through the analysis of the interaction between the political systems and communication techniques. Great attention is also reserved to the study of foreign languages.
All students must complete a Bachelor Degree before applying for the Master of Arts Degree Program.
The Master of Arts Degree in Strategic Studies and Diplomatic Sciences is a two years program. All students must complete all 120 credits to fulfil all the requirements.
All courses are taught in English.
Study Plan of the Course
Integrated Course of International Relations, 6+6 CFU
- History of International Relations
- Theory of International Relations
Media and Politics, 6 CFU
Integrated Course of Comparate and International Law, 6+6 CFU
- International Organizations
- Compared Public Law
Applied Statistics, 6 CFU
Geopolitics, 6 CFU
Integrated Course of Economics, 6+6 CFU
- History of Economics
- Commercial Agreements and Financial Markets Economy
Religious Identities and International Politics, 6 CFU
Strategic Studies and Intelligence Systems, 6 CFU
International Policies in regards to Energy and Climate Change, 6 CFU
Diplomatic Sciences, 6 CFU
Sociology of the Conflicts, 6 CFU
Elective Courses, 12 CFU
Integrated Course in Analytical methodologies, 9 CFU
Second Language, 3 CFU
Stage, 6 CFU
Final Disertation, 15 CFU