The School of Humanities and Social Sciences offers undergraduate and graduate educational programs. The undergraduate level includes international relations, journalism, and psychology programs, while the graduate level includes the national and international security program in Georgia.
The purpose of the School of Humanities and Social Sciences is to give students, on the one hand, broad and in-depth theoretical knowledge and, on the other hand, to develop those unique practical skills that will support and help each of them achieve professional success.
What does the School of Humanities and Social Sciences offer?
- Educational programs with modern standards;
- Variety of unique and demanding subjects;
- Enhanced component of the English Language;
- Involvement in making scientific researches;
- Participation in Erasmus+ exchange programs and international projects;
- Internship programs;
- Workshops, thematic seminars and meetings with invited guests.