MA Political Science - Tribhuvan University


Master of Arts in Political Science (MAPS) is a two year, 4 semester program of Tribhuvan University. Currently, campuses outside Kathmandu valley are running annual system and the campuses inside valley are running the program in semester system. The course is over viewed by the Central Department of Political Sciences under the faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in TU, Kirtipur, Kathmandu. The Master of Arts in Political Science (MA Political Science) degree is awarded by the Tribhuvan University.

MA in Political Science program is designed to produce competent graduates in the related field. The course can be ideal for those seeking to make a career in professional political science along with other sectors such as law, journalism, business and government. In addition to the theoretical knowledge, students benefits from robust methodological training.

Objective

  1. A Master's Degree in Political Science seeks to build a student's theoretical and practical knowledge in the fundamental concepts of politics and sub disciplines of political science.
  2. The program aims to produce globally saleable and competent manpower within the nation in all the sectors related to Political Sciences.
  3. The course aims to teach students how the national, regional and global politics in a globalized world of the 21st century are interdependent and have reciprocal effects.
  4. MAPS aims to produce skilled scholars, leaders and policymakers, including key executive authorities so far.
  5. The program primarily tends to providing theoretical knowledge of political science in general and particularly in the context of Nepalese politics and political system
  6. MAPS aims to train students and improve their abilities to withstand the increasing compete in different jobs, exams and research fields.
  7. To enable students to analyze the basic philosophies and theories of governance, government, civil society and economy and implement them to current political systems
  8. To enable students to gather and assess the information and data used in the economic, foreign affairs, social and security policy-making area
  9. To enable students to conduct research and develop policy
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Salient features

Central Department of Political Science has made Thesis Writing a Compulsory course to each and every student for the completion of Master's Degree in Political Science. It is equivalent to Two Papers, i.e. Six Credit Hours in Final Fourth Semester.


Eligibility

In order to enroll in MA Political Science course a prospective student must have the following qualifications.

The prospect must be certified with a Bachelors Level Degree from Tribhuvan University (TU) or any university recognized by TU.

He / She must appear for an entrance examination conducted by Tribhuvan University.

Furthermore, the student must obtain a minimum passing grade set by TU in that examination to successfully be granted a place in the program.

The details of the entrance examinations, including the application forms and exam dates and times, are published by Central Department of Population Studies (CDPS).


Curricular structure

Course of Study MA Political Science First Semester.pdf

Course of Study MA Political Science Second Semester.pdf

Course of Study MA Political Science 3rd Semester

  1. MA Political Science 3rd Semester Comparative Government.pdf
  2. MA Political Science 3rd Semester Diplomacy.pdf
  3. MA Political Science 3rd Semester Foreign Policy and Diplomacy of Nepal.pdf
  4. MA Political Science 3rd Semester International Organization.pdf
  5. MA Political Science 3rd Semester International Political Economy.pdf
  6. MA Political Science 3rd Semester Politics and Governance of South Asia.pdf

Course of Study MA Political Science 4th Semester

  1. MA Political Science 4th Semester Democracy and Human Rights.pdf
  2. MA Political Science 4th Semester India and China.pdf
  3. MA Political Science 4th Semester Regional Studies Middle East.pdf
  4. MA Political Science 4th Semester SouthEast Asia.pdf
  5. MA Political Science 4th Semester West Europe and USA.pdf


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