The Master’s Degree in Law and International Relations, offered entirely online, constitutes a new field in the academic and professional profile demanded by contemporary national and international society. The purpose is to train professionals endowed with a broad and multidisciplinary scientific vision of international relations and law, with a command of political science, sociology and economics, to apply them to specific work in the field of international relations, with the ability to Analytical and technical skills to design, plan and execute public, state and private policies in the field of international politics and economics. Prepare graduates who are in a position to be required by State institutions for the training of their diplomats and international agents.
This area includes growth within diplomatic and international analyst training, to turn the center into a high-quality training institute that is not exclusive to young diplomats, but also to state officials who must provide their services abroad. , is the challenge of the 21st Century Diplomacy approach.
Finally, the purpose of the master’s program is to contribute to the training of the human talent required in the Foreign Service so that they are better prepared to participate in social, political and economic development, allowing them to learn, understand and interpret the fundamentals for the analysis of the national and international life of the country vis-à-vis other states and international organizations.
Train highly competitive and competent internationalists with methodological and legal tools, to venture into the field of diplomacy and the foreign service of any state.
|GT12019||Technological Knowledge Management I||8||48||4|
|GT22020||Technological Knowledge Management II||48||4|
|2214DIP||Public International Law||8||48||4|
|2214LOI||The UN and International Organizations||48||4|
|2214TRI||International Relations Theories||8||48||4|
|TOTAL PERIOD I||16||128||16|
|2224DIP||Private International Law||8||48||4|
|2224GHG||Globalization and Integration||48||4|
|2224GES||21st century geopolitics||8||48||4|
|2224DYP||Diplomacy and Protocol||48||4|
|2224INI||English Instrumental I||6*||36||4|
|TOTAL PERIOD II||16||164||16|
|2234DPI||International Criminal Law||8||48||4|
International Human Rights Law
Methodology for International Analysis
|2234DCI||Comparative International Constitutional Law||48||4|
|2234INII||English Instrumental II||6*||36||4|
|TOTAL PERIOD III||16||164||16|