‘For A Better, Free, SAFE & Just World’

Program Pedagogy

The Master's degree in Political Science at the School of Government (SOG) in CambridgeCorporate University aims to prepare graduates to serve as political leaders on the national or international level, work as political advisors for government administration, or join the political science academic sector.


The program empowers and trains participants to develop the skills and talents, enabling them to analyze, plan, and act on subjects of politics and international relations in the views of domestic, national, international, and economic developments and prospective. The program also prepares graduates to occupy positions within international organizations, focusing on political activities, international relations, and human rights. The advanced program uses a futuristic teaching methodology and delivery technique that allow participants to builds the strong foundation required to occupy positions as politicians, political advisors, and public service officers.

‘For A Better, Free, SAFE & Just World’

Program Pedagogy

The Master's degree in Political Science at the School of Government (SOG) in CambridgeCorporate University aims to prepare graduates to serve as political leaders on the national or international level, work as political advisors for government administration, or join the political science academic sector.


The program empowers and trains participants to develop the skills and talents, enabling them to analyze, plan, and act on subjects of politics and international relations in the views of domestic, national, international, and economic developments and prospective. The program also prepares graduates to occupy positions within international organizations, focusing on political activities, international relations, and human rights. The advanced program uses a futuristic teaching methodology and delivery technique that allow participants to builds the strong foundation required to occupy positions as politicians, political advisors, and public service officers.

Quality of Teaching and Research

At Cambridge Corporate University, students of the School of Government have the privilege of learning from faculty who are:

• Former government administrators.

• Senior politicians.

• Political and economic advisors.

• Members of the Parliament.

• Former Presidential Candidates.

At Cambridge Corporate University, students of the School of Government have the privilege of learning from faculty who are:

• Former government administrators.

• Senior politicians.

• Political and economic advisors.

• Members of the Parliament.

• Former Presidential Candidates.

Program Structure

The Master Program in Political Science consists of 8 modules representing the program's course-track; each Module lasts for 6 weeks and values 15 academic credits. This includes the Foundation Module (FM_PS410), which covers, among other subjects, the Academic andTechnical Writing (ATW) course offered under the supervision of the Yvon Pfeifer Writing(YWC) at the University.


The MPS_ Course Track lasts for (48 weeks).

The MPS_Thesis/Project lasts for (24 weeks).

The MPS_Program can be completed in an average of 18 months.

The Master Program in Political Science consists of 8 modules representing the program's course-track; each Module lasts for 6 weeks and values 15 academic credits. This includes the Foundation Module (FM_PS410), which covers, among other subjects, the Academic andTechnical Writing (ATW) course offered under the supervision of the Yvon Pfeifer Writing(YWC) at the University.


The MPS_ Course Track lasts for (48 weeks).

The MPS_Thesis/Project lasts for (24 weeks).

The MPS_Program can be completed in an average of 18 months.

The Program

Introduction and Orientation

This two-week introduction is an essential and compulsory part of the MPS Program at CCU and prepares the participants for the program's very different environment and structure. It does not award any academic credits, but it provides :


• An introduction to the program and the faculty.

• Advice and practice in accessing and using the program tools and computer lab.

• Guidance on study skills and on preparing for this particular program.

• Guidance on the case study model and the political track.

• Individual psychology and personality analysis interviews.

• Introduction to the CCU corporate model of education.

• During the two weeks, the program committee works very closely with the students to gain a deep understanding of the participants' background, career objectives and motivation, knowledge, and information connected to the program structure and subjects.

Introduction and Orientation

This two-week introduction is an essential and compulsory part of the MPS Program at CCU and prepares the participants for the program's very different environment and structure. It does not award any academic credits, but it provides :


• An introduction to the program and the faculty.

• Advice and practice in accessing and using the program tools and computer lab.

• Guidance on study skills and on preparing for this particular program.

• Guidance on the case study model and the political track.

• Individual psychology and personality analysis interviews.

• Introduction to the CCU corporate model of education.

• During the two weeks, the program committee works very closely with the students to gain a deep understanding of the participants' background, career objectives and motivation, knowledge, and information connected to the program structure and subjects.

MPS Core Modules

MPS Core Module 1:The Foundation Module

Topics Covered:

• Introduction to Political Science

• International Relations

• History of Political Thought

• Comparative Politics

• Theory of State

• Diplomatic Policy

• Geopolitics

• The Constitutional History

MPS Core Module 2

Topics Covered:

• International Organization

• Political Behaviour

• Political Institution

• Transitional Political Change

• International Law

• Human Rights: Research and Practicum

• Introduction to Empirical Political Research

MPS Core Module 3

Topics Covered:

• Globalization and International Cooperation

• Party Politics and Parliament Politics of the World

• Democracy and Election

• Political Leadership

• History of Political Ideology

• Managing Political Change and Transitions

MPS Core Module 3

Topics Covered:

• Research in Policy and Information

• Theory and Practice in Contemporary Politics

• Voters and Elections

• Research Paper 1

• Research Paper 2

MPS Core Modules

MPS Core Module 1:The Foundation Module

Topics Covered:

• Introduction to Political Science

• International Relations

• History of Political Thought

• Comparative Politics

• Theory of State

• Diplomatic Policy

• Geopolitics

• The Constitutional History

MPS Core Module 2

Topics Covered:

• International Organization

• Political Behaviour

• Political Institution

• Transitional Political Change

• International Law

• Human Rights: Research and Practicum

• Introduction to Empirical Political Research

MPS Core Module 3

Topics Covered:

• Globalization and International Cooperation

• Party Politics and Parliament Politics of the World

• Democracy and Election

• Political Leadership

• History of Political Ideology

• Managing Political Change and Transitions

MPS Core Module 3

Topics Covered:

• Research in Policy and Information

• Theory and Practice in Contemporary Politics

• Voters and Elections

• Research Paper 1

• Research Paper 2

MPS Advanced Modules

MPS Advanced Modules

Comparative Politics and Empirical Democracy

This module focuses on educating participants about the origin and development of democratic representation. It also helps students examine how political systems differ in their ability to aggregate individual preferences and map them onto policies. Via studying individual institutions that form the entire democratic system, students learn how the presence or absence of specific institutions affects the behavior of governments,

legislators, political parties, and social groups and how this affects policy outcomes. Additionally, students are introduced to topics that govern the conditions conducive to the introduction or emergence of specific institutions.

Topics covered in this module include:

• Institutional origins

• Representation

• Direct Democracy

• Preference measurement

• Hierarchical Modeling

• Direct Democracy and Political Participation

MPS Advanced Modules

MPS Advanced Modules

Comparative Politics and Empirical Democracy

This module focuses on educating participants about the origin and development of democratic representation. It also helps students examine how political systems differ in their ability to aggregate individual preferences and map them onto policies. Via studying individual institutions that form the entire democratic system, students learn how the presence or absence of specific institutions affects the behavior of governments,

legislators, political parties, and social groups and how this affects policy outcomes. Additionally, students are introduced to topics that govern the conditions conducive to the introduction or emergence of specific institutions.

Topics covered in this module include:

• Institutional origins

• Representation

• Direct Democracy

• Preference measurement

• Hierarchical Modeling

• Direct Democracy and Political Participation

MPS Advanced Modules 2

International Relations and International Political Economy

This module focuses on educating students about the different dimensions, aspects, and topics of International Relations and Political Economy. The module is very intensive and covers a wide range of international relations topics, and hosts many related scholarly and institutional activities.Discussion questions Articles DQA: concentrate on questions related to the international political economy and international cooperation AND bring a wealth of knowledge of top cases cover the subjects. Lecturing topics, Diplomatic Workshops, and Research items in

this module focus on examining distributional conflicts, political preferences, and economic policy outcomes related to globalization, European integration, and financial crises.

Topics covered in this module include:

• International Relations

• Political Economy

• International cooperation

• Distributional conflicts

• Political preferences

• Economic policy

• European structure and integration

MPS Advanced Modules 2

International Relations and International Political Economy

This module focuses on educating students about the different dimensions, aspects, and topics of International Relations and Political Economy. The module is very intensive and covers a wide range of international relations topics, and hosts many related scholarly and institutional activities.Discussion questions Articles DQA: concentrate on questions related to the international political economy and international cooperation AND bring a wealth of knowledge of top cases cover the subjects. Lecturing topics, Diplomatic Workshops, and Research items in

this module focus on examining distributional conflicts, political preferences, and economic policy outcomes related to globalization, European integration, and financial crises.

Topics covered in this module include:

• International Relations

• Political Economy

• International cooperation

• Distributional conflicts

• Political preferences

• Economic policy

• European structure and integration

MPS Advanced Modules 3

Conflict Studies, Peace-building, and Peacekeeping

This module focuses on teaching students about the nature of political violence across different societal contexts. Understanding how civil conflict politics are complex and continuously evolving.Via an advanced structure, students learn and practice how empirical analyses of violent events allow for a better understanding of political violence's origin and perpetration. The module covers topics, case studies, and research with a strong focus on the quantification and conceptualization of violence and peacekeeping interventions.

Students also learn more about state repression dynamics, violence in and after civil conflict, peace building and peacekeeping, and human rights performance across the world.

Topics covered trying to offer answers for questions include:

• How does international politics influence solutions to armed conflict?

• How can interventional international intervention help reduce political violence?

• Can international peacekeepers improve human rights?

• Why do governments repress human rights defenders?

• How does government regression influence transnational human rights advocacy?

• Why do some elections turn violent and others not?

• Can international actors contribute to free, fair and peaceful elections?

• Under which conditions do states democratize after armed conflict?

MPS Advanced Modules 3

Conflict Studies, Peace-building, and Peacekeeping

This module focuses on teaching students about the nature of political violence across different societal contexts. Understanding how civil conflict politics are complex and continuously evolving.Via an advanced structure, students learn and practice how empirical analyses of violent events allow for a better understanding of political violence's origin and perpetration. The module covers topics, case studies, and research with a strong focus on the quantification and conceptualization of violence and peacekeeping interventions.

Students also learn more about state repression dynamics, violence in and after civil conflict, peace building and peacekeeping, and human rights performance across the world.

Topics covered trying to offer answers for questions include:

• How does international politics influence solutions to armed conflict?

• How can interventional international intervention help reduce political violence?

• Can international peacekeepers improve human rights?

• Why do governments repress human rights defenders?

• How does government regression influence transnational human rights advocacy?

• Why do some elections turn violent and others not?

• Can international actors contribute to free, fair and peaceful elections?

• Under which conditions do states democratize after armed conflict?

MPS Advanced Modules 4

Democracy and Public Governance

The module of Democracy and Public Governance is the final advanced module in the Master ofPolitical Science Program in the School of Government at Cambridge Corporate University. The module investigates the characteristics, functioning, and performance of democratic institutions from a comparative perspective. It covers topics and research on the measurement of the quality of democracy, new challenges to democracy in multicultural societies, issues of democracy in multi-level governance, and innovative forms of citizen participation in established

democracies.The module lecture and DQA also cover topics related to urban and metropolitan governance from an international perspective.

Topics covered in this module include:

• Public Governance

• Characteristics, functioning, and performance of democratic institutions

• Democratic quality

• Democracy in multicultural societies

• Democracy in multi-level governance

• Innovative democracy

• Urban and metropolitan governance

MPS Advanced Modules 4

Democracy and Public Governance

The module of Democracy and Public Governance is the final advanced module in the Master ofPolitical Science Program in the School of Government at Cambridge Corporate University. The module investigates the characteristics, functioning, and performance of democratic institutions from a comparative perspective. It covers topics and research on the measurement of the quality of democracy, new challenges to democracy in multicultural societies, issues of democracy in multi-level governance, and innovative forms of citizen participation in established

democracies.The module lecture and DQA also cover topics related to urban and metropolitan governance from an international perspective.

Topics covered in this module include:

• Public Governance

• Characteristics, functioning, and performance of democratic institutions

• Democratic quality

• Democracy in multicultural societies

• Democracy in multi-level governance

• Innovative democracy

• Urban and metropolitan governance

CCU LEARNING MODEL

Cambridge Corporate University's learning model is unique, innovative, digital, transformative, and live. It is only at CCU that the online portal is a real lecturing hall, where the instructor interacts face to face with students from different countries around the world.The CCU-Learning model offers a unique opportunity for industry professionals, researchers, and talented students to become part of the collective-intelligence mental setup of CambridgeCorporate University.

Cambridge Corporate University's learning model is unique, innovative, digital, transformative, and live. It is only at CCU that the online portal is a real lecturing hall, where the instructor interacts face to face with students from different countries around the world.The CCU-Learning model offers a unique opportunity for industry professionals, researchers, and talented students to become part of the collective-intelligence mental setup of CambridgeCorporate University.

On-Campus – Online

Cambridge Corporate University is the World's Leading Corporate Institute of higher education, where most of our programs are offered entirely online. CCU is the land of futurists, where we created our own digital age and innovative learning culture ahead from the world, and it became part of our history and culture. At CCU, you have the option to complete your degree on campus in Switzerland, on one of our international campuses available in 19 countries worldwide(CCU Corporate Center Programs), or via the CCU live model of online education.The CCU online learning model appeals to busy professionals' needs in the digital age and offers one of the most informative and challenging education models. Students interact with faculty, executives, and colleagues from different cultures, industries, and research setups via the variousCCU online portals.

On-Campus – Online

Cambridge Corporate University is the World's Leading Corporate Institute of higher education, where most of our programs are offered entirely online. CCU is the land of futurists, where we created our own digital age and innovative learning culture ahead from the world, and it became part of our history and culture. At CCU, you have the option to complete your degree on campus in Switzerland, on one of our international campuses available in 19 countries worldwide(CCU Corporate Center Programs), or via the CCU live model of online education.The CCU online learning model appeals to busy professionals' needs in the digital age and offers one of the most informative and challenging education models. Students interact with faculty, executives, and colleagues from different cultures, industries, and research setups via the variousCCU online portals.

Study that fits your life

At CCU Switzerland, you can complete your study and earn your prestigious degree while keeping your job and maintaining your income. The flexible study model in our classes allows students to plan their time and enjoy the corporate mode of study and achievement.

At CCU Switzerland, you can complete your study and earn your prestigious degree while keeping your job and maintaining your income. The flexible study model in our classes allows students to plan their time and enjoy the corporate mode of study and achievement.

CCU Innovative Approach

The CCU online learning model's innovative approach is no different from other techniques applicable at the university; it is always futuristic, innovative, and unique. CCU is an organisation that chooses innovation as its way of life and offers one of the first-ever known innovation certifications and credentials, the 'Certified Professional Innovator' CPI, in 1983.This approach reflects on the way our students, researchers, and participants learn and interact via a set of structured tools and techniques:


• The CCU Live Lecturing Model

• The CCU Scenario-CaseStudy
• The CCU Political Club• The CCU UN Workshops

• The CCU Alumni and Friends Networking Portal

• The CCU Questions_Articles Assignment Technique

• The CCU Project Management Learning Tool

• The CCU SuperHuman Project and Tools

• The CCU Internship Program

• The ALSKLS Model

CCU Innovative Approach

The CCU online learning model's innovative approach is no different from other techniques applicable at the university; it is always futuristic, innovative, and unique. CCU is an organisation that chooses innovation as its way of life and offers one of the first-ever known innovation certifications and credentials, the 'Certified Professional Innovator' CPI, in 1983.This approach reflects on the way our students, researchers, and participants learn and interact via a set of structured tools and techniques:


• The CCU Live Lecturing Model

• The CCU Scenario-CaseStudy
• The CCU Political Club• The CCU UN Workshops

• The CCU Alumni and Friends Networking Portal

• The CCU Questions_Articles Assignment Technique

• The CCU Project Management Learning Tool

• The CCU SuperHuman Project and Tools

• The CCU Internship Program

• The ALSKLS Model

Our classes and workshops are designed around our people to achieve a harmonious, creative, innovative, and productive environment. What you hear and feel from the time you join the class engages you in the cooperative effort and "can-do" approach of students, faculty, and administration, all working in unison.


We firmly believe that we can offer our students a much better education level via the live-online matrix environment of CCU, founded on professionality , mutual respect, and understanding.


The 'Human Organisation' is the system invented by talented scholars at Cambridge CorporateUniversity, where other power parameters are defined. The system is part of the SUPERHUMAN concept, philosophy, research, tools, and project invented and led by Prof.Dr. Hossam El-Shazly, the current CCU President and the former Presidential Candidate of Egypt.

Our classes and workshops are designed around our people to achieve a harmonious, creative, innovative, and productive environment. What you hear and feel from the time you join the class engages you in the cooperative effort and "can-do" approach of students, faculty, and administration, all working in unison.


We firmly believe that we can offer our students a much better education level via the live-online matrix environment of CCU, founded on professionality , mutual respect, and understanding.


The 'Human Organisation' is the system invented by talented scholars at Cambridge CorporateUniversity, where other power parameters are defined. The system is part of the SUPERHUMAN concept, philosophy, research, tools, and project invented and led by Prof.Dr. Hossam El-Shazly, the current CCU President and the former Presidential Candidate of Egypt.

CCU Team of Professionals

Faculty

Cambridge Corporate University is proud of its faculty. All academic programs at CCU are taught by faculty who have outstanding academic credentials, are authors of groundbreaking books and articles, and are leading authorities in their respective fields. As professors, board members, consultants, and field researchers, they have an immeasurable wealth of real-world expertise.They are also recognised experts on global business and management issues and maintain relationships with top companies worldwide.

Cambridge Corporate University is proud of its faculty. All academic programs at CCU are taught by faculty who have outstanding academic credentials, are authors of groundbreaking books and articles, and are leading authorities in their respective fields. As professors, board members, consultants, and field researchers, they have an immeasurable wealth of real-world expertise.They are also recognised experts on global business and management issues and maintain relationships with top companies worldwide.

MBA Advisor

Once you submitted an application form or requested information about the online-MBA program in Creative Thinking, a specialised MBA advisor will contact you by phone or email to arrange fora telephone or Skype meeting if required. This meeting gives you the chance to ask any question about this unique program and explains the technicality and structure of the MBA-CT. The MBA advisor will explain all the admission, enrolment, study, and financial details, including various payment-plans, available to help you land on your best option. Our MBA advisors will take care of you tell your admission and enrolment process is completed.

Once you submitted an application form or requested information about the online-MBA program in Creative Thinking, a specialised MBA advisor will contact you by phone or email to arrange fora telephone or Skype meeting if required. This meeting gives you the chance to ask any question about this unique program and explains the technicality and structure of the MBA-CT. The MBA advisor will explain all the admission, enrolment, study, and financial details, including various payment-plans, available to help you land on your best option. Our MBA advisors will take care of you tell your admission and enrolment process is completed.

Program Manager

Once admitted to the program, your CCU program manager will guide you for the rest of your degree. Your program manager will be your primary reference during the program. You can contact him/her at any time with any questions, concerns, observations, or comments regarding your classes, modules, schedule, enrolment, attendance, and assessment. We made sure that our program managers are trained on the best level to deal with their tasks and help you make your time at CCU such a rewarding and productive experience.

Once admitted to the program, your CCU program manager will guide you for the rest of your degree. Your program manager will be your primary reference during the program. You can contact him/her at any time with any questions, concerns, observations, or comments regarding your classes, modules, schedule, enrolment, attendance, and assessment. We made sure that our program managers are trained on the best level to deal with their tasks and help you make your time at CCU such a rewarding and productive experience.

Technical Support

CCU is the land of futurists; we employ the best available IT techniques to connect our students to faculty around the world and the live lecturing hall. The Deanship of Academic Supporting Services (DSS) plays an essential role in ensuring that the best technical and administrative support is provided. At CCU, the Institute of Artificial Intelligence & Robotics (IAR) collaborates with the (DSS) and other departments in the University to offer CCU students the taste and structure of the digital age.

CCU is the land of futurists; we employ the best available IT techniques to connect our students to faculty around the world and the live lecturing hall. The Deanship of Academic Supporting Services (DSS) plays an essential role in ensuring that the best technical and administrative support is provided. At CCU, the Institute of Artificial Intelligence & Robotics (IAR) collaborates with the (DSS) and other departments in the University to offer CCU students the taste and structure of the digital age.

Entry requirements

• Applicants for the Master program in Political Science are expected to have achieved or expect to achieve a high standard in a degree course of an equivalent level to a SwissBachelor's degree.In most countries, this is a first degree (Bachelor's, Licentiate, Vordiplom).


• Proficiency in English: participants should be able to produce well-structured work, summarise key points clearly and discuss issues in writing from different points of view.


• There are no formal limitations on the subjects that are studied for a first degree. Still, we would normally expect applicants to have a firm grounding in the sciences, social sciences, or humanities and have taken some courses of relevance to management studies.


For specific information about the entry requirements to the MBA-CT program, please write to theRegistrar Office at _ registrar@cambridgecu.ch

• Applicants for the Master program in Political Science are expected to have achieved or expect to achieve a high standard in a degree course of an equivalent level to a SwissBachelor's degree.In most countries, this is a first degree (Bachelor's, Licentiate, Vordiplom).


• Proficiency in English: participants should be able to produce well-structured work, summarise key points clearly and discuss issues in writing from different points of view.


• There are no formal limitations on the subjects that are studied for a first degree. Still, we would normally expect applicants to have a firm grounding in the sciences, social sciences, or humanities and have taken some courses of relevance to management studies.


For specific information about the entry requirements to the MBA-CT program, please write to theRegistrar Office at _ registrar@cambridgecu.ch

Program Fee

• The tuition fee for the Online Master Program in Political Science (MPS) at CambridgeCorporate University is CHF25,000. (Only twenty-five thousand Swiss francs) including all study materials, case studies, software, etc.

• Payment plans are available in different models based on the approval of the admission and registration office.

• Registration fee of CHF150 ( Only one hundred and fifty Swiss francs) is applicable at the application time.


The program fee doesn't include housing or an accommodation fee.For more details about the MPS program, to receive the program brochure and application, please write to the School Of Government atsog@cambridgecu.ch

• The tuition fee for the Online Master Program in Political Science (MPS) at CambridgeCorporate University is CHF25,000. (Only twenty-five thousand Swiss francs) including all study materials, case studies, software, etc.

• Payment plans are available in different models based on the approval of the admission and registration office.

• Registration fee of CHF150 ( Only one hundred and fifty Swiss francs) is applicable at the application time.


The program fee doesn't include housing or an accommodation fee.For more details about the MPS program, to receive the program brochure and application, please write to the School Of Government atsog@cambridgecu.ch

How to apply

Applications for admission to the program should be made to the Cambridge Corporate UniversitySwitzerland's Admission Office using the online application form or via writing to the RegistrarOffice at registrar@cambridgecu.ch.


In addition to the application form, applicants need to arrange for the following documents to be sent to the CCU Registrar Office via email:


Copy of the applicant's CV.

Copy of the applicant's valid passport or ID.

Copy of the applicant's most recent degree, diploma, or certificate.

One digital picture _ high-resolution formal photo is required for the Completed MPS application.

MPS-Essay Statement (MES), in a maximum of 750 words, please describe why you are interested in being enrolled in the MPS program at Cambridge Corporate University and how it will reflect your professional life career.

Payment confirmation of the application fee.

Applications for admission to the program should be made to the Cambridge Corporate UniversitySwitzerland's Admission Office using the online application form or via writing to the RegistrarOffice at registrar@cambridgecu.ch.


In addition to the application form, applicants need to arrange for the following documents to be sent to the CCU Registrar Office via email:


Copy of the applicant's CV.

Copy of the applicant's valid passport or ID.

Copy of the applicant's most recent degree, diploma, or certificate.

One digital picture _ high-resolution formal photo is required for the Completed MPS application.

MPS-Essay Statement (MES), in a maximum of 750 words, please describe why you are interested in being enrolled in the MPS program at Cambridge Corporate University and how it will reflect your professional life career.

Payment confirmation of the application fee.

If the applicant cannot demonstrate fluency in the English language, an IELTS or TOEFL test report will also be required.

All the application forms, documents, and attachments should be sent via email to
registrar@cambridgecu.ch


Applications by post should be sent to :

Cambridge Corporate University

The Admission and Registration Office

Seeburgstrasse 20, 6006 Lucerne, Switzerland

For further information about the program or to receive an application form, please contact the program committee at
sog@cambridgecu.ch

If the applicant cannot demonstrate fluency in the English language, an IELTS or TOEFL test report will also be required.

All the application forms, documents, and attachments should be sent via email to registrar@cambridgecu.ch


Applications by post should be sent to :

Cambridge Corporate University

The Admission and Registration Office

Seeburgstrasse 20, 6006 Lucerne, Switzerland

For further information about the program or to receive an application form, please contact the program committee at
sog@cambridgecu.ch

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Master in Political Science (MPS)

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