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M.A. Diplomacy, Law and Business

Start Date

1 August 2022
End Date
31 July 2024
Duration
2 Years

Programme Fee (Yearly)

Rs. 2.5 Lacs

Electives

JSIA Elective Policy:

  • JSIA M.A. Diplomacy, Law and Business Students are offered elective courses from their first semester of study. These courses are often interdisciplinary, involving elements of law as well as other disciplines in social science and management.
  • Beside the list of JSIA elective courses that are offered every semester to M.A. (DLB) students, other JGU schools are also offering a number of cross elective courses that are available for bidding to JSIA students.

A. Elective Specialization (Clusters)

  • JSIA is offering elective courses that are categorised into five main clusters:
    • Peace and Conflict Studies
    • Economics and Foreign Policy
    • Defence and National Security Studies
    • Human Rights and International Development
    • Global South Studies

    M.A. Diplomacy, Law and Business Students can select three electives that worth 12 credits from one track (cluster) in order to specialise in a given concentration and get awarded a certificate of specialisation after graduation in that cluster. The three cluster elective courses can be taken in one semester or may be spread over two or more semesters (based on student’s choice).

B. Guidelines and Rules for Electives

  • Students can take a maximum of 20 credits outside JSIA electives (i.e. other JGU schools’ cross electives) which represent 25% of the entire M.A. (DLB) programme’s minimum credits (the 83 credits).
  • Students should opt for at least one JSIA elective/cross elective course at every elective. 
  • External JSIA Credits exceeding 25% will imply a sanction of Dean JSIA and Assistant Dean for Academic Affairs of the M.A. programme.
  • The removal of an elective with an (F) is possible only after the final semester if the student has successfully substituted the ‘Fail’ elective with a ‘Pass’ elective and fulfilled all credit requirements.

Lists of Electives

  • International Human Rights and Humanitarian Law
  • Global Business Strategies
  • International Security Studies
  • International Trade Law and Policy
  • International Transitional Justice
  • International Relations of East Asia
  • International Economic Development
  • Negotiating and Resolving International Conflicts
  • Laws of International Economics
  • Organisational Change
  • Gender and Human Rights: International Perspectives
  • Indian Foreign Policy
  • International Political Economy
  • Global LGBTQ Politics
  • South Asian Migrations
  • Afghanistan in the Shadow of Sub–continental Geo-politics
  • Ethnic and National Conflicts
  • Political Economy of Religion in India
  • Defence and National Security
  • New Stakeholder in Indian Foreign Policy
  • Maritime Security
  • US Foreign Policy
  • Chinese Foreign Policy
  • Gender in International Relations
  • International Development Finance and South–South cooperation
  • Afghanistan: Politics and Society
  • Sustainable Development and Climate Change
  • Israeli Foreign Policy
  • Islam in Post-colonial Societies: State, Identity and Gender
  • Global Migration: the un-belonging citizen?
  • Theory and Praxis of Diplomacy
  • Drug Trafficking in the Americas
  • World News from Multiple Perspectives
  • Democratisation
  • Government and Politics of Southeast Asia
  • International Relations of Southeast Asia
  • South China Sea Disputes