MA

MA
  • MA
  • Advance
Starts from:Wed, December 2, 2015 7:00AM - 8:00AM
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Campus Location

20 rue Saint-Fiacre, 75002 Paris,Paris,France

Course Feature
  • Course Code A1234-X
  • Duration 1 years
  • Course Type Short Courses
  • Classes Days Saturday, Monday, Tuesday
  • Campus Paris, France
  • Min Qualification MA (Postgraduate)
Class Description

The International Institute of Paris MA Program is designed to appeal to students from a wide range of backgrounds, including politics, history and strategic studies. It also provides opportunities for professionals in the areas of defense, diplomacy and foreign affairs to reflect on the broader implications of their experiences. The MA Program is a one-year fulltime lecture study program providing students the opportunity to engage critically within the fields of Political Science and International Relations. The program consists of a broad based multi-disciplinary curriculum. In addition, MA students are encouraged to choose a familiar subject for their thesis dissertation to broaden their minds and discover their true intellectual interests and inclinations thanks to the academic advising provided by the Institute.
The Department of Arts is one of the largest ones as it covers a wide range of disciplines from areas of study more traditionally associated with the Humanities such as History, Philosophy, History of Arts, Music, and Biblical and Theological studies to Professional Disciplines such as Education, International Law and Psychology. Research leading to higher degree (MA, MSc, or MLitt or PhD) can be undertaken in any of these areas by a combination of taught Courses and dissertation. In the Department of Humanities within the International Institute of Paris, we seek to enlighten the mind and transform the soul. In our program, your mind will be developed, disciplined, and deepened through an inquiry into the great human questions.
You will be introduced to these questions in a rigorous way by learning the approaches of various disciplines of liberal arts. It is the Institute’s purpose to seek wisdom for personal and cultural renewal through the pursuit of an integrated, interdisciplinary approach to human questions. We provide an enthusiastic, award-winning faculty within a wide range of disciplines dedicated to helping you seek the wisdom we need to lead flourishing, integrated lives. We approach the great human questions out of the Catholic tradition from a variety of perspectives.
We inquire into contemporary culture with rigor and depth. We invite you to think about the deepest human questions with us by pursuing truth and intellectual excellence through an interdisciplinary course of studies. You will also be taught how to bring the fruits of these inquiries into harmony through philosophy and theology. In short, you will become a liberally educated person who is able to reason well and communicate the fruits of your inquiries to others. The Department of Humanities consists of six autonomous sections and programs, each with its own headquarters: Anthropology, Foreign Languages and Literature, History, Literature, Music and Theater Arts, and Writing and Humanistic Studies.

The International Institute of Paris M.A. covers several fields of study related to theology and religion, including specialized offerings in Biblical Languages, Buddhist Studies, Jewish Studies, and Orthodox Christian Studies. The 2IP M.A is a one-year degree program requiring a total of fourteen 3-unit academic courses plus six units of thesis work. All M.A students are required to demonstrate proficiency in at least one modern foreign language early in the first year of residence. Non-native speakers of English may, with permission, certify English as their second language. [/list_item] [/cs_list]
To ensure a balanced, comprehensive background in International Relations, all candidates must pass examinations in at least two out of four core subjects. Students should make an effort to complete the core requirements over their first two semesters and should have completed these requirements by the beginning of their fourth semester. However, students who concentrate in International Relations must complete the Theories of International Relations core exam no later than the end of their second semester. Some programs may require to pass one or more core exams as a prerequisite to certain courses. Students may prepare independently for the core exams with the aid of the syllabus. If they feel insufficiently prepared in any areas, students may enroll in the appropriate core courses either for credit or as auditors. If they take the courses for credit, they must fulfill all of the specific course requirements set by the instructors. Credits for core courses are counted among the 16 courses required for the degree.
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Each student is required to write a Master Project based on original research. Students are expected to submit their proposed thesis topic in their application, but it can be refined and developed during the coursework. The research component will be especially enhanced by knowledge available in primary resources, whether archival documents, prospective interviews and fieldwork, or periodical collections. M.A. students may transfer a maximum of 35 credits from graduate courses at other institutions with approval of the Graduate Committee. Courses are not transferable until a student has enrolled. Recipients of scholarships must enroll for a minimum of 25 credits each semester in order to remain eligible for financial aid.
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The International Institute of Paris Master of Science program in Computer Science prepares students for research careers in industry, or advanced technical positions in industry. The program is designed for students providing evidence of above average skills at a undergraduate level. Upon completion of the MS. Program of study, the student will cover each of the following three core areas: • Computer Systems • Programming Languages and Translators • Theory and Complexity And in one of these three areas: • Computer Graphics • Computer Networks • Software Engineering. The student will also have a significant exposure to application areas emphasizing the integration of the core areas along with the opportunity to participate in a research project under the direction of a faculty member. The student will also acquire advanced programming skills as a part of the program. Completion of the MS Program normally requires from one and one-half year to two years beyond the undergraduate degree but may require additional time for students whose undergraduate degree is in an area other than computer science. Two academic years usually are required for the completion of the MS Degree if financial assistance is provided. Each candidate is required to complete specific course requirements and pass a final MS Exam.
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  •   Pangolin regarding rabbit be the ahead and hedgehog unsuccessfully
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  • Ass.Prof. Melcom Copeland

    POLITICAL SCIENCE

    I have had the pleasure to teach Information Technology Business Management at the INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE OF PARIS on two different occasions - in Paris, France (2008) and in Dakar, Senegal (2009). I must say that my experience as an Adjunct Professor in...