International DevelopmentInternational Development3

The issue of international development is one of the most important issues facing Jordan and the world, and it is the main pillar upon which it is based. The continuation of globalization and the development of development theories and practices have led to the spread of these global trends. The University of Jordan is striving to become a world-leading university keen to further contribute to the creation of a scientific development of leadership institutions and global challenges, the materials for these courses are taught in English, and students participate in pressing global issues and are provided with theoretical knowledge and practical skills to work on solving the problems of tomorrow

International Relations and Diplomatic and Regional StudiesInternational Relations and Diplomatic and Regional Studies2

The Department of International Relations and Regional Studies is committed to promoting excellence in the education and training processes it provides in the myriad of programs and courses. It seeks to provide multi-disciplinary research and teaching by adopting modern technologies and discussing international politics and major conflicts around the world. The department includes four programs:

1. Master Program in Diplomatic Studies

2. Master of Conflict Resolution Program

3. Master of American Studies program​

Political Science Political Science 1

The Department of Political Science was established in 1965, and it was resettled in several colleges, the last of which was the College of Arts, before it moved to Prince Hussein bin Abdullah II College for International Studies.

The aim of this department, like other colleges departments in Arab and foreign universities, is to inform its affiliates with political and diplomatic experience, and to give them the opportunity to learn about general political theories, as well as international relations and international law, and the rest of the system of broad treatment of the proposals of political systems. The department has been keen to do this by relying on methodological skills in order to enable requests from the political analysis process in all its aspects.