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Bachillerato Bilingüe en Relaciones Internacionales

Graduates from our bilingual bachelors program in International Relations will be highly competent professionals due to their strategic understanding of the factors, events and norms that shape global systems of governance and foreign policies in their multiple dimensions, including diplomacy, international trade and global commerce, international finance systems, development cooperation, global technology trends and environmental […]

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Graduates from our bilingual bachelors program in International Relations will be highly competent professionals due to their strategic understanding of the factors, events and norms that shape global systems of governance and foreign policies in their multiple dimensions, including diplomacy, international trade and global commerce, international finance systems, development cooperation, global technology trends and environmental policies, amongst other areas.

Our International Relations specialists will be in capacity to lead complex organizations in establishing, administering and improving their policies, relations and operations across national borders and within them. 

They will be capable of pursuing opportunities in both the public and the private sector, whether they may be multinational or transnational companies, local business, state agencies or non-governmental organizations. 

PERFIL OCUPACIONAL
  • Research in International Relations, including aspects of international economic and trade policy and development cooperation.
  • Diplomatic Service Officer for national Foreign Service
  • Policy officer and policy affairs consultant for international organizations and it´s agencies, multinational companies and non-governmental organizations. 
  • Advisor in international organizations and multinational companies on issues related to foreign policy, peace processes, migration, democracy, human rights, sustainable and international trade.
  • Analyst in international relations on issues related to foreign policy, peace processes, migration, democracy, human rights, sustainable and international trade.
  • Director of non-governmental organizations
  • Consultant for national and regional cooperation projects and initiatives. 
  • Consultant for development cooperation initiatives at both national, regional, and international levels.
  • Project manager for development cooperation initiatives at both national, regional and international levels.
  • Director or advisor of public and private cooperation offices.
  • Consultant in public sector institutions, typically the Ministries of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade.

Plan de estudios

I Cuatrimestre

12-0006 International Relations Theory
07-0088 Theory of the State
16-0349 Multimedia and the Internet
03-0133 Freshman seminar: Human Relations

II Cuatrimestre

12-1010 Comparative Political Systems
07-0089 Peaceful Conflict Negotiation and Resolution
07-1009 International Public Law
08-0013 General Economics

III Cuatrimestre

12-2001 The Costa Rican Political System
07-2006 Human Rights
03-0126 Western Civilization
03-0134 Quantitative Methods in the Social Sciences

IV Cuatrimestre

12-3001 Costa Rican Foreign Policy
12-2002 International Organizations
07-3005 Diplomatic and Consular Law
03-0127 Latin American Literature and Society

V Cuatrimestre

12-2003 Peace and War in International Relations
06-0058 International Business
03-0128 Contemporary Latin American History
03-0132 Qualitative Research
03-0130 Argumentation and Rhetoric

VI Cuatrimestre

12-0007 Environmental Sustainability and Development in Latin America
12-0008 Management of Non-Profit Organizations
08-1008 International Political Economy
13-0040 Intercultural Communication and Protocol
03-1024 Expressions of the Human Spirit

VII Cuatrimestre

28-0087 Professional Practicum I: Case Studies
12-1011 Free Trade Agreements in Latin America and the Caribbean
03-0129 Latin American Cultural Identity
03-1025 Moral Reasoning and Ethical Decisions
03-2001 Globalization, environment, and Human Development
34-0001 TCU

VIII Cuatrimestre

28-1002 Professional Practicum II: Project Management
08-1009 Poverty, Economics, and Development in Latin America
08-1010 International Economics
03-0131 Entrepreneurship
03-3001 Research Seminar: Costa Rica and the World

I Cuatrimestre

12-0006 International Relations Theory
07-0088 Theory of the State
16-0349 Multimedia and the Internet
03-0133 Freshman seminar: Human Relations

II Cuatrimestre

12-1010 Comparative Political Systems
07-0089 Peaceful Conflict Negotiation and Resolution
07-1009 International Public Law
08-0013 General Economics

III Cuatrimestre

12-2001 The Costa Rican Political System
07-2006 Human Rights
03-0126 Western Civilization
03-0134 Quantitative Methods in the Social Sciences

IV Cuatrimestre

12-3001 Costa Rican Foreign Policy
12-2002 International Organizations
07-3005 Diplomatic and Consular Law
03-0127 Latin American Literature and Society

V Cuatrimestre

12-2003 Peace and War in International Relations
06-0058 International Business
03-0128 Contemporary Latin American History
03-0132 Qualitative Research
03-0130 Argumentation and Rhetoric

VI Cuatrimestre

12-0007 Environmental Sustainability and Development in Latin America
12-0008 Management of Non-Profit Organizations
08-1008 International Political Economy
13-0040 Intercultural Communication and Protocol
03-1024 Expressions of the Human Spirit

VII Cuatrimestre

28-0087 Professional Practicum I: Case Studies
12-1011 Free Trade Agreements in Latin America and the Caribbean
03-0129 Latin American Cultural Identity
03-1025 Moral Reasoning and Ethical Decisions
03-2001 Globalization, environment, and Human Development
34-0001 TCU

VIII Cuatrimestre

28-1002 Professional Practicum II: Project Management
08-1009 Poverty, Economics, and Development in Latin America
08-1010 International Economics
03-0131 Entrepreneurship
03-3001 Research Seminar: Costa Rica and the World

Requisitos de Graduación

  • Aprobar todas las materias que comprende el plan de estudios.
  • Haber asistido a una actividad cocurricular programada por la Universidad por cada período académico matriculado.
  • Realizar una gira de campo por cada período académico matriculado.
  • Aprobar 150 horas a Trabajo Comunal Universitario (TCU).
  • Estar al día con sus obligaciones financieras.
  • Completar la encuesta de satisfacción académica que administra la Dirección de Registro.
  • Demostrar dominio del inglés mediante un examen de salida.

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