BS International Relations

Superior’s BS International Relations program provides the students with a thorough understanding of the dynamics that shape global political order along with the intricacies of state and inter-state relations. Under the guidance of an excellent faculty, the students understand the historical trajectory of international relations in terms of global disparities, power, and environmental threats, equipping them with core competencies to pursue a successful career in a potentially lucrative profession.

Intermediate or Equivalent

Semester 1

CourseCredit Hours
Expository Writing - I3
Pakistan Studies3
Natural Science - I3
Social Science - I3
Quantitative Reasoning - I3
Islamic Studies3
Total18

Semester 2

CourseCredit Hours
Expository Writing - II
3
Social Science - II3
Arts & Humanities - I3
Natural Science - II
3
Quantitative Reasoning - II3
Total15

Semester 3

CourseCredit Hours
Expository Writing - III3
Citizenship Education3
Arts & Humanities - II
3
Peace Studies3
Communication and Media Studies3
Introduction to Economics3
Total18

Semester 4

CourseCredit Hours
Introduction to International Relations3
International Relation (1648-1945)
3
Public International Law3
International Politics of Environment3
Evolution of State3
Total15

Semester 5

CourseCredit Hours
International Relations (Since1945)3
Geo Political Structure of the World
3
Foreign Policy Analysis3
International Security3
Research Methodology3
Entrepreneurship3
Total18

Semester 6

CourseCredit Hours
International Political Economy3
Dynamics of Kashmir Conflict3
Foreign Policy of Pakistan3
Strategic Studies3
International Politics of Human Rights3
Diplomacy3
Total18

Semester 7

CourseCredit Hours
Conflict Management and Resolution3
Comparative Politics3
Nuclear studies3
Regional Connectivity and CPEC3
Final Year Project - I3
Total15

Semester 8

CourseCredit Hours
Globalization and International Relations3
Comparative Foreign Policies of US,
Russia and China
3
Approaches and Theories of International
Relations
3
Final Year Project - II
3
Arms Control, Disbarment and Nuclear
non- Proliferation
3
Total15

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