Dual Degree: Political Science (B.A.) and International Human Rights Law and Justice (M.A.)

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The Law Department also offers a dual degree that combines a BA in Political Science and an MA in International Human Rights Law and Justice. This dual degree creates a synergy between the existing BA in Political Science and MA in IHRLJ. It enables good students to prepare for a postgraduate degree while completing the requirements for the BA in Political Science. The MA degree provides students with the necessary expertise in international human rights law and justice with the intellectual, analytical, and communication tools needed to intervene critically and effectively in the global policy debates confronting their societies as policymakers, academics, activists, and international civil servants.

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  • MA in International Human Rights Law and Justice

    Expertise in international law,  international human rights law and justice and international human rights law in the context of the Middle East and globally, including contemporary political, cultural and theoretical challenges, as well as regional mechanisms of protection

    Critical analysis skills: Objective analysis and critique of international law doctrines, processes and institutions, and contemporary debates

    Public policy and global affairs orientation

    Multi-disciplinary experience

    Effective oral and written communication skills

    Professional experience in linking theory and practice.    

    LL.M. in International and Comparative Law

    Expertise in international law,  comparative law

    Critical analysis skills: objective analysis and critique of international law doctrines, processes, institutions and contemporary debates

    Public policy and global affairs orientation

    Multi-disciplinary experience