MA Egyptian Studies
Duration: 2 years
Awarding Institute: University of Tehran
The MA in French Studies was introduced in the Faculty to fill the great demand for a master’s degree in studying France. During this program, the students become acquainted with the rich traditions, eloquent literature, turbulent revolutionary history, and democratic system as well as other aspects of French life. This program, apart from core courses in Political Science, also offers core courses in key disciplinary areas of International Studies, as well as a wide range of courses which are both discipline and area based. This program is run by the Department of French Studies.
The MA program in Egyptian Studies is a two-year course (four semesters). The students are required to complete the program maximum in five semesters. The subjects are offered on semester-credit basis. Minimum credits offered in each semester are nine.
The students of MA program, besides the prerequisite or deficiency subjects, should pass 32 credits (coursework and research) which include 14 compulsory credits, 10 optional credits and a dissertation of six credits.
- Research Methodology
- Political Geography and Geo-Politics of Egypt
- Society and Culture in Egypt
- Politics and Governance in Egypt
- Socio-Political Thoughts in Egypt
- Socio-Political Movements in Egypt; Specifically Islamic Brotherhood
- History of Egypt
- Arab Literature
- Culture, Religion and Civilization in Egypt
- Politics and Military in Egypt
- Egypt in the Arab-Israeli Dispute
- Nationalism and National Identity in Egypt
- Political Economy of Egypt
- Political Parties in Egypt
- The Press and Media in Egypt
- Egypt and Globalization
- Egypt and International Organizations
- Research and Higher Education in Egypt; Focusing on Al-Azhar
- Foreign Policy of Egypt; Focusing on Relations with the Big Powers
- The History of Relations Between Iran and Egypt
*Subject to change without notice!