MA Program in International Relations

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  • Program tanımları
    Program and Objectives

    Master of Art (M.A.) in International Relations program responds to a growing need for focused graduate programs in International Relations, offering students thorough training for careers in research, politics, foreign policy and business. The program serves students in two general directions: The first is preparing students for future careers in governmental and non-governmental organizations, both in Turkey and abroad, as well as careers in the private sector, public institutions including foreign service, international organizations and NGOs. The second is preparing students for PhD programs in Europe and North America. In addition, the MA program makes a valuable contribution to the Department’s and the university’s research environment and academic reputation.

    The composition of the program reflects the strength of the faculty in a variety of areas such as European Integration, International Political Economy, and Conflict Studies. Individual faculty research also allows students to pursue studies in areas such as Citizenship, Civil Society and Democracy, Development, Globalization, International Relations Theory, Middle East Politics, Migration, Religion and Secularism, and Turkish Politics. The members of the International Relations Department at Koç University are recognized as contributors to the frontiers of knowledge in Turkey and abroad.  Our graduate students are exposed to the latest theoretical debates and methodological techniques. They also have the opportunity to participate in the research programs of the faculty members.

    The program offers with-thesis and non-thesis degree programs reflecting the Department's emerging strength in the areas of European Integration, International Political Economy, and Conflict Studies. Below you will find information on research areas, faculty members, curriculum, application process, and scholarships.

    Research Areas

    Civil Society and Democracy
    Conflict Studies
    European Union
    Foreign Policy
    International Political Economy
    International Relations Theory
    Middle East Politics
    Regulation and Governance
    Religion and Secularism
    Turkish Politics


    Prof. Ahmet İÇDUYGU
    Prof. Fuat KEYMAN
    Prof. Ziya ÖNİŞ

    Assoc. Prof. Michael MOUSSEAU
    Assoc. Prof. Murat SOMER
    Assoc. Prof. Şuhnaz YILMAZ

    Asst. Prof. Şener AKTÜRK
    Asst. Prof. Özlem ALTAN OLCAY
    Asst. Prof. Caner BAKIR
    Asst. Prof. Reşat BAYER
    Asst. Prof. Bahar RUMELİLİ
    Asst. Prof. Belgin SAN AKÇA
    Asst. Prof. Demet YALÇIN MOUSSEAU
     Affiliated Faculty from Economics, History, and Sociology:
    Assoc. Prof. Dilek BARLAS
    Assoc. Prof. Bruce RANKIN
    Assoc. Prof. Kamil YILMAZ

    Asst. Prof. Fatoş GÖKSEN
    Asst. Prof. Yonca KÖKSAL
    Asst. Prof. Deniz YÜKSEKER

    Curriculum Two-year Program with the Thesis Option
    The students are required to complete 21 credits in order to qualify for the writing of the thesis. All courses are three credits except INTL 590 Pre-Thesis Seminar course (0 credit), INTL 595 Thesis (0 credit) and INTL 594-Project (0 credit). In addition to the 21 credits, All MA students must take ENGL 500: Graduate Writing (3 credits) course.

    Required Courses
    Intl 501 Research Methods
    Intl 503 Globalization and International Relations Theory
    Intl 504 Comparative Politics
    Intl 590 Pre-thesis Seminar

    2 Area Electives
    2 Free Electives

    Area Elective Courses offered on a regular basis:

    Intl 509 Political Economy of Contemporary Turkey
    Intl 521 Issues in Turkish Politics
    Intl 531 International Political Economy
    Intl 533 Politics of European Integration
    Intl 532 Political Economy of Globalization and Development
    Intl 534 Europe in a Global Context
    Intl 570 International Conflict and Security
    Turkish Politics

    Total Credits: Twenty-one

    Program Outline for the One-year Non-Thesis Option

    Students take all three required courses. In addition to the required courses they complete 21 credits (7 courses) in area electives (4) and free electives (3).

    Recent MA thesis projects supervised in the department
    Students have written their theses on a variety of topics.  For a list of the projects, click here.

    A selection of universities where our students have gone on to pursue Ph.D. degrees
    University of Biefeld, Central European University, University of Cincinnati, Cornell University, University of Essex, University of Florida, Florida International University, Macquarie University, University of Massachusetts at Amherst, McMaster University, University of Minnesota, Oxford University, State University of New York-Binghamton, University of Texas at Austin, Yale University
    Intl 590
    Pre-Thesis Seminar (0 Credits)
    Prepares students for a successful start on their theses, helping them to choose their thesis topics and supervisor, and to formulate their question and methodology, through faculty guidance, and faculty and fellow-student feedback.

    Intl 594
    Project (0 Credits)
    An Extended Research Project under the supervision of an advisor.

    Intl 595
    MA Thesis (0 Credits)
    Research thesis work under the supervision of an advisor

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