Diplomacy sets the global pace.

AB in Diplomacy and International Affairs makes aspiring diplomats competent in servicing foreign affairs offices and related institutions, either in the public sector or civil society. In this program, you will learn and understand the concepts, theories and laws involved in international relations and how these are applied in the practice of diplomacy, with national development as frame of reference. You will also learn how to appreciate a culture of research for informed decision-making, problem-solving, and policy-making.

This course is for you if you want to travel and help address the issues that affect the world. You will learn to:

  • apply evidence-based advocacy in the formulation of various programs in international relations.
  • analyze the different foreign policies, international norms and agreements and its implications to the country.
  • develop conflict management and resolution skills.
  • apply high ethical values for foreign service (guided by Lasallian Core Values)


  • Policy Officer/Analyst
  • Programme/Project
  • Manager Legal Officer
  • Migration Officer
  • Political Economist
  • Political Scientist
  • Protocol Officer
  • Public Affairs Officer
  • Researcher
  • Academician
  • Diplomat
  • Civil Servant
  • Conference Organizer
  • Consular Officer
  • Development Worker
  • Events Specialist
  • Foreign Affairs Officer
  • Human Rights Advocate
  • Social Scientist
  • Trade Specialist/Analyst

Program Length

9 Trimesters


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