International Relations and Political Science(RICP)


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Why study International Relations and Political Science

To know and to analyze the social dynamics in the economic aspects, politically and culturally in the areas nationally and internationally. To know and to understand the dynamics of the international relations in this theoretical, historical and operative dimension, with a diplomatic approach, developing skills of written and verbal communication in foreign languages. Its profile is orientated to the governmental diplomacy or towards the commercial private diplomacy.

Political science and international relations is designed to provide a rich and diverse understanding of the character of politics and public policy in communities ranging from the city to the international system. Courses explore both theoretical and practical aspects of politics and the processes by which policies, rules, and political cultures are contested and established.

Political Science is part of our everyday lives, no matter what our outlooks and interests are. Whether you are one of those who want to change the world, or simply understand it better, a study of political science provides the tools that enable you to analyse and explain the events around us.


Course Guide for RICP Program
First Semester
Second Semester
  • Introduction to Law
  • Computer Studies *
  • Contemporary World History
  • Grammar Workshop
  • Theory and Methodology of Social Sciences
  • Foreign Language I
  • Economics
  • Quality Management *
  • History of Social and Political Thinking I
  • Constitutional Law
  • Statistical Analysis
  • Foreign Language II
Third Semester
Fourth Semester
  • Theory of International Relations I
  • Human Development and Values
  • History of Social and Political Thinking II
  • Public International Law
  • International Economics
  • Foreign Language III
  • Theory of International Relations II
  • Economic and Social Development of Mexico
  • International Protocol and Diplomacy Workshop
  • Private International Law
  • Political Economics I
  • Foreign Language IV
Fifth Semester
Sixth Semester
  • Political Economics II
  • World Politics and Economic Geography
  • Second Foreign Language I
  • Diplomatic and Consul Law *
  • Elective I
  • Elective II
  • Comparing Political Systems
  • Geopolitics
  • Financial Studies *
  • Second Foreign Language II
  • Elective III
  • Elective IV
Seventh Semester
Eigth Semester
  • Mexican Policy on Migration
  • Mexican Political System
  • Political Science
  • Second Foreign Language III
  • Elective V
  • Elective VI
  • African and Middle Eastern Regional Scenery *
  • Political Parties, Pressure Groups and Social Movements
  • Public Administration
  • Research Seminar I
  • Elective VII
  • Elective VIII