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Introduction

Introduction

The dynamic of the development of international affairs has shown a remarkable pace. Hence, the need of International Relations graduates to work in the field is always high. UBINUS wishes to contribute to the development of Indonesia through its competent and skillfull International Relations graduates. Catalog 2013 (PDF), Catalog 2014 (PDF), Catalog 2015 (PDF), Catalog 2016 (PDF)

Vision

To become a world class International Relations education and research institution focused on Asia Pacific that contributes to world peace and prosperity.

Mission

The mission of International Relation Department is to contribute to the global community through the provision of world-class education by:
  1. To educate students with the fundamental knowledge, understanding, skills, analytical tools, and practices of International Relations by providing an excellent teaching with a world class standard curriculum
  2. To be part of a widely-recognised strategic cross sectors-networks of International Relations in order to serve Indonesia's national interest in the global community
  3. To conduct research with rigorous and cross-disciplinary approach towards the state of the art of International Relations studies underpinned by an outstanding research environment
  4. To equip students with key diplomatic and negotiation skills in foreign languages to prepare them for future careers in a dynamic international environment
   

Program Objective

The objectives of the program are:
  1. To provide students with a solid foundation of knowledge and understanding of International Relations theory and research skills that will be beneficial in analysing international affairs
  2. To provide students with broader scope and depth of academics and horizon through shared knowledge, experience and connection to the global players in public, private and non-profit sectors
  3. To prepare students with understanding of International Relations' contemporary issues, information and communication skills, foreign languages capability, and basic skills of negotiation and diplomacy successfully employed into practices of International Relations
   

Student Outcomes

After completing the study, graduates are:
  1. Able to analyze global and policy issues in the area of economic, politics, business, social, and culture, both in government as well as in private institution.
  2. Able to carry out arbitration, facilitation, and mediation processes in order to solve conflicts both at the national and global level.
  3. Able to conduct public relations, manage public opinion, and practice cross-cultural communication.
  4. Able to conduct bilateral and multilateral negotiation in social and business international contexts.
  5. Able to apply knowledge and analysis of multinational corporations in order to competently provide support for; policy making and application; strategic planning; bilateral and multilateral negotiation and; program monitoring and evaluation.
  6. Able to apply knowledge and analysis of trade and business in order to competently provide support for; policy making and application; strategic planning; bilateral and multilateral negotiation and; program monitoring and evaluation.
  7. Able to apply knowledge and analysis of media in order to competently provide support for; policy making and application; strategic planning; bilateral and multilateral negotiation and; program monitoring and evaluation.
  8. Able to apply knowledge and analysis of security in order to competently provide support for; policy making and application; strategic planning; bilateral and multilateral negotiation and; program monitoring and evaluation.
  9. Able to demonstrate competence in analytical writing and communication skills.
   

Prospective Career of the Graduates

  1. Diplomat with Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
  2. Negotiator in the international treaties acting on behalf of the state as well as multinational corporation.
  3. Analyst and/ local staff in accredited foreign embassies and international organisations in Indonesia.
  4. Government relations officer
  5. Programme analyst in Ministry of Defense.
  6. Programme analyst in Ministry of Trade and Industry.
  7. Programme analyst or researchers in Indonesia Investment Coordinating Board.
  8. Analyst or researchers of International Relations in university or research centres.
  9. Lecturer/Researcher in university.
  10. Risk analyst in Multinational Corporations.
  11. Journalist in national and international news agency.
  12. Researcher in national and international research centres.
  13. Expert staff in parliament.
  14. Programme analyst or planner in central and regional government.
  15. Programme officer in non governmental organisations
 

Course Structure for Binusian 2020

Sem Code Course Name SCU Total
1 CHAR6013 Character Building: Pancasila 2 20
INTR6001 Indonesia in Perspectives* 4
INTR6002 Introduction to International Relations 4
INTR6003 Modern World History* 4
INTR6004 Philosophy of Social Science 4
English University Courses I
ENGL6128 English in Focus 2
ENGL6130 English for Business Presentation 2
2 CHAR6014 Character Building: Kewarganegaraan 2 21
INTR6005 Introduction to International Trade and Business* 4
INTR6006 Introduction to Security Studies* 4
INTR6007 International Relations Research Method 4
LANG6061 Indonesian 1
Elective Courses: Foreign Languages I***
CHIN6103 Introductory Chinese I 4
JAPN6111 Introductory Japanese I 4
LANG6044 Introductory Arabic I 4
LANG6046 Introductory French I 4
LANG6048 Introductory Spanish I 4
English University Courses II
ENGL6129 English Savvy 2
ENGL6131 English for Written Business Communication 2
3 CHAR6015 Character Building: Agama 2 24
INTR6008 Modern Theories of International Relations 4
INTR6009 Diplomacy and International Politics* 4
ENTR6003 Entrepreneurship I 2
Streaming: Multinational Corporations
INTR8055 The Rise and Fall of Multinational Corporations* 2
INTR6051 Indonesia and International Development* 2
INTR8034 Multinational Corporations and Social Responsibility 4
Streaming: Trade and Business Diplomacy
INTR8049 Global Economic Architecture* 2
INTR8053 National Identity in a Global World* 2
INTR8038 WTO and Trade Diplomacy 4
Streaming: Media, International Organization and Global Governance
INTR8052 International Communication and Multiculturalism* 2
INTR6056 The Role of Indonesia in the Global Governance* 2
INTR6041 Development of Information Technology and Warfare 4
Streaming: Security Studies
INTR8050 Global Security Architecture* 2
INTR8054 The Indonesian Defense Strategy* 2
INTR8044 Strategic Leadership 4
Elective Courses: Foreign Languages II***
CHIN6104 Introductory Chinese II 4
JAPN6112 Introductory Japanese II 4
LANG6045 Introductory Arabic II 4
LANG6047 Introductory French II 4
LANG6049 Introductory Spanish II 4
4 INTR6012 International Political Economic Thoughts* 2 24
INTR6011 World Strategic Thoughts* 2
INTR6076 ASEAN Community: Security, Economic, and Socio-Cultural Aspects** 4
Elective Courses: Foreign Languages III***
CHIN6102 Intermediate Chinese 4
JAPN6110 Intermediate Japanese 4
LANG6041 Intermediate Arabic 4
LANG6042 Intermediate French 4
LANG6043 Intermediate Spanish 4
Elective Courses***
INTR8030 Political Economy and Regional Integration in Europe 4
INTR8031 Political Economy and Regional Integration in East Asia 4
INTR8032 Political Economy and Regional Integration in America 4
INTR8033 Political Economy and Regional Integration in Africa and Middle East 4
Streaming: Multinational Corporations
INTR8035 International Political Economy of Multinational Corporations 4
INTR8036 Multinational Corporation’s Global Strategy* 4
Streaming: Trade and Business Diplomacy
INTR6039 Indonesia’s Trade Policy in An Era of Free Competition 4
INTR8040 Economic Diplomacy of China and India* 4
Streaming: Media, International Organization and Global Governance
INTR8042 Media, War and Peace 4
INTR8043 International Media and State Role* 4
Streaming: Security Studies
INTR8045 Conflict and Peace Studies 4
INTR8046 Terrorism Era: Economic, Social, Political and Security Impacts* 4
5 Stream: Multinational Corporations 15
Enrichment Program I 15
Stream: Trade and Business Diplomacy
Enrichment Program I 15
Stream: Media, International Organization and Global Governance
Enrichment Program I 15
Stream: Security Studies
Enrichment Program I 15
6 ENTR6004 Entrepreneurship II 2 20
INTR6018 International Organization in International Relations** 4
INTR6075 International Law Issues and International Dispute Settlement 4
INTR6025 Non-Conventional Issues in International Relations* 2
INTR6017 Foreign Policy of Developed Countries 4
INTR6010 Indonesia’s Foreign Policy* 4
7 Stream: Multinational Corporations 16
Enrichment Program II 16
Stream: Trade and Business Diplomacy
Enrichment Program II 16
Stream: Media, International Organization and Global Governance
Enrichment Program II 16
Stream: Security Studies
Enrichment Program II 16
8 INTR6048 Thesis 6 6
TOTAL CREDIT 146
*)    This course is delivered in English **)    Entrepreneurship Embedded ***)  Elective Courses : Foreign Language
  • Student has to choose one foreign languages starting on 2nd semester (each for 4 SCU)
  • Selected languages on 3rdand 4thsemester are same with selected languages on 2nd semester
****) Elective Courses Student has to choose one of  the subject (4 SCU) on 4th semester   English University Courses: -) For 1st Semester : English University Courses I, student with score Binus University English Proficiency Test less than 500 will take English in Focus, and student with score test greater than or equal to 500 will take English for Business Presentation. -) For 2nd Semester: English University Courses II, student with score Binus University English Proficiency Test less than 500 will take English Savvy, and student with score test greater than or equal to 500 will take English for Written Business Communication. -) Students should pass English Savvy with a minimum Grade is C. Enrichment Program I (5th Semester) & Enrichment Program II (7th Semester): -) Student will take one of enrichment program tracks (off campus)   Enrichment Track Scheme
Track Semester 5 Semester 7
I RS ENTR CD SA *etc I RS ENTR CD SA *etc
1 v v
2 v v
3 v v
4 v v
5 v v
6 v v
7 v v
8 v v
9 v v
10 v v
11 v v
12 v v
13 v v
14 v v
15 v v
16 v v
17 v v
18 v v
19 v v
20 v v
21 v v
22 v v
23 v v
24 v v
25 v v
Notes: I               : Internship RS           : Research ENTR     : Entrepreneurship CD          : Community Development SA           : Study Abroad *etc         : Department specific needs   Notes: Student can choose one of the available tracks  

Prerequisites for Binusian 2020

There is no prerequisite for this program

Quality Controlled Courses for Binusian 2020

Student should pass all of these quality controlled courses as listed below :
No Code Course Name Minimum Grade
1 CHAR6013 Character Building: Pancasila B
2 ENTR6004 Entrepreneurship II C
3 INTR6002 Introduction to International Relations C
4 INTR6008 Modern Theories of International Relations* C
5 INTR6010 Indonesia’s Foreign Policy C
6 INTR6017 Foreign Policy of Developed Countries* C
Stream: Multinational Corporations
7 INTR8035 International Political Economy of Multinational Corporations* C
8 INTR6051 Indonesia and International Development C
Stream: Trade and Business Diplomacy
7 INTR6039 Indonesia’s Trade Policy in An Era of Free Competition* C
8 INTR8053 National Identity in a Global World C
Stream: Media, International Organization and Global Governance
7 INTR8043 International Media and State Role C
8 INTR6056 The Role of Indonesia in the Global Governance* C
Stream: Security Studies
7 INTR8046 Terrorism Era: Economic, Social, Political and Security Impacts C
8 INTR8054 The Indonesian Defense Strategy* C
*) Tutorial & Multipaper

Source : BINUS UNIVERSITY OFFICIAL CURRICULUM SITE


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