Diplomacy is an art. Diplomats should be equipped with knowledge, culture, delicacy and efficiency in negotiation skills and enabled to help facilitate communication and resolve possible disputes and challenges. It is crucial to be skillful. To be well equipped with tactical and operational knowledge, hold efficiency in analysis and policy orientation; to have ethics and abide by morality and national and international standards. Be an explored and a trader, be visionary and become a leader. Enable critical thinking which will lead to success stories. Make dreams come true by following a degree which leads you to an international career. A global career which starts with the beginning of your studies at the College of Security and Global Studies (CSGS).
- Coherently synthesize and summarize knowledge of the field of diplomacy through effective analytical inquiry of current and past diplomatic successes and failures.
- Compose and present effective communications in written and oral form demonstrating critical and discriminatory thinking skills across the curriculum
- Formulate innovative complex ideas to generate new solutions to long term diplomatic concerns and present this ability through formal recommendations in policy papers and presentations relative to the field.
- Analyze Diplomatic issues by applying critical thinking to construct problem solving solutions based on limited information.
- Design and lead (in simulation scenarios) a diplomatic team composed of appropriate skilled individuals to successfully negotiate a desired outcome to diplomatic issues.
- Apply ethical and culturally sensitive solutions to a variety of diplomatic concerns in written and oral communications.