Humanitarian Action in International Conficts

The Master's Program in Humanitarian Action in International Conflict is an interdisciplinary and program that combines classroom teaching (through lectures, panel discussions, individual supervision...) and practical and field training. The program addresses issues such as forced migration, human rights, humanitarian policy, negotiations, the work of humanitarian aid organizations, public health, and development. This program studies humanitarian action at the local, regional and international levels, which will enable students to conduct comparative studies between different contexts

The compulsory courses for the program are among the following two groups

Group One: (15) credit hours

Course Number

Course Title

Credit Hour

Prerequisite

HAIC7370

Humanitarian Intervention

3

 

HAIC7380

Research Methods

3

 

HAIC6310

Strategic Communication

3

HAIC7370, HAIC7380

HAIC6320

Humanitarian Action Ethics

3

HAIC7370, HAIC7380

JURI7314

International Humanitarian Law

3

HAIC7370, HAIC7380

Second group: (3) credit hours

Course Number

Course Title

Credit Hour

Prerequisite

HAIC7110

Remote Management Of Humanitarian Action

1

HAIC7370, HAIC7380

HAIC7120

Financial Management Of Humanitarian Action

1

HAIC7370, HAIC7380

HAIC7130

Security Risk Management During Humanitarian Action

1

HAIC7370, HAIC7380

HAIC7140

Monitoring And Evaluation

1

HAIC7370, HAIC7380

HAIC7150

Strategic Thinking

1

HAIC7370, HAIC7380

HAIC7160

Monitoring And Documentation

1

HAIC7370, HAIC7380

HAIC7170

Leadership Skills

1

HAIC7370, HAIC7380

HAIC7180

Special Topic

1

HAIC7370, HAIC7380

Elective Courses: (12) credit hours 

Course Number

Course Title

Credit Hour

Prerequisite

HAIC6330

Public Health And Humanitarian Action

3

HAIC7370, HAIC7380

HAIC6340

Women, Humanitarian Action And International Conflicts

3

HAIC7370, HAIC7380

HAIC6350

Refugees and humanitarian action

3

HAIC7370, HAIC7380

HAIC6360

Development And Humanitarian Action

3

HAIC7370, HAIC7380

HAIC6370

International Conflicts: Comparative Perspective

3

HAIC7370, HAIC7380

HAIC7310

Negotiations And Diplomacy

3

HAIC7370, HAIC7380

HAIC7390

Conflict Resolution And International Crisis Management: Case Studies

3

HAIC7370, HAIC7380

HAIC7300

International Development

3

HAIC7370, HAIC7380

HAIC6300

Human Rights In International Politics

3

HAIC7370, HAIC7380

HAIC6380

Management Of Humanitarian Action During Conflict

3

HAIC7370, HAIC7380

HAIC6390

Humanitarian Action Policies

3

HAIC7370, HAIC7380

HAIC7320

Humanitarian Action Organizations

3

HAIC7370, HAIC7380

HAIC7330

Protection at times of Conflict

3

HAIC7370, HAIC7380

HAIC7340

Security Issues In Humanitarian Action

3

HAIC7370, HAIC7380

HAIC7350

Critical Reading In Humanitarian Action

3

HAIC7370, HAIC7380

HAIC7360

Special Topic

3

HAIC7370, HAIC7380

Track “A” Thesis or Track “B” two seminars: ( 6 credit hours)

Track Title

Course Number

Prerequisite

Track “A” Thesis

HAIC8600

  • Complete no less than 15 credit hours from the program.
  • Program Committee Approval.

Track “B” two seminars

HAIC8300

HAIC8310

1. A Bachelor degree from an accredited university with a minimum “good” standing.

2. The program has the right to require admission to it by completing remedial courses in some cases, and in accordance with the academic regulations for postgraduate studies.

The Master in Humanitarian action is awarded upon successful completion of at least 36 credit hours divided as follows:

The number of hours required

Requirements

credit hours 18

Compulsory Courses

  credit hours 12   

Elective courses

credit hours  6

Track “A” Thesis or Track “B” two seminars

credit hours  36

Total hours