The MIRD program is a multidisciplinary program designed to develop the analytical and practical skills of the students so that they can critically examine, diagnose, and offer solutions to various aspects of international relations, foreign policy, and diplomacy in various context. The program intends to provide solid knowledge on theories, historical developments, regional issues and current issues. The MIRD is two years full time study program composed of four semesters. The students’ performance will be evaluated in GPA grading system.
The evaluation is based on class attendance, participation in classroom activities, regular assignments (term papers, presentations) and final written exam at the end of the semester. The classes are conducted in the evening time and generally start from 4 to 8 p.m.. The medium of teaching, learning and other classroom activities is in English.