International Relations and Diplomacy Law (Advocacy and Jurisdiction)

The discipline of International Relations (IR) is one of the important disciplines of humanities. This course helps the students to understand theories of international relations, principles and elements of diplomatic relations and foreign policy, the decision-making process, and the behavior of countries in the international arena. The Department of International Relations and Diplomacy was established at the same time as the establishment of the Faculty of Law and Political Science on 12 October 2012. From that time onward this department so far graduated several batches of students.

The Vision

The department of International Relations strives to become the best and most prominent international relations training center in the country and the region in the near future.

The Mission

The Department of International Relations tries to provide high quality and modern educational programs for its clients, produces academic books and research papers, and finally trains top students in the field of international relations

Kinds of subjects and the credits in undergraduate

The undergraduate is four years and the student is required to successfully complete at least 136 credits in this course. The descriptions and indexes of the themes are shown in

Fundamental Subjects Core Subjects Optional Subjects Practical Subjects and monograph Total
Subjects Credits Percentage Subjects Credits Percentage Subjects Credits Percentage Subjects Credits Percentage  Subjects Credits Percentage
20 41 28% 38 76 51% 21 21 14% 3 10 7% 82 148 100%

By hiring experienced professors, using modern educational system and providing teaching facilities, Afghanistan Institute of Higher Education is trying to train the future generation of Afghanistan more professional, committed and well educated.