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1 INTERNATIONAL STUDIES AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS Head of Department: Mr Mike McCrostie, BSc (Warwick), MPhil (York), Senior Lecturer in the Department of Economics and International Studies Undergraduate: INTERNATIONAL STUDIES (January, July and September Entries) INTERNATIONAL STUDIES (September Entry, -year programme) INTERNATIONAL STUDIES WITH FRENCH OR SPANISH (January, July and September Entries) INTERNATIONAL STUDIES WITH ENGLISH LANGUAGE STUDIES (EFL) (January, July and September Entries) INTERNATIONAL STUDIES WITH ENGLISH LANGUAGE STUDIES (January, July and September Entries) INTERNATIONAL STUDIES WITH JOURNALISM (January, July and September Entries) INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS WITH APPLIED COMPUTING (January and September Entries) INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS WITH ECONOMICS (January, July and September Entries) INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS WITH JOURNALISM (January, July and September Entries) INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS WITH ENGLISH LANGUAGE STUDIES (January, July and September Entries) INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS WITH FRENCH OR SPANISH (January, July and September Entries) Postgraduate: MA IN GLOBAL AFFAIRS (January, April, July and September Entries) MA IN GLOBAL AFFAIRS AND DIPLOMACY (January, April and September Entries) MA IN SECURITY AND INTELLIGENCE STUDIES (January, April and September Entries) MA IN SECURITY, INTELLIGENCE AND DIPLOMACY 0

2 (January, April and September Entries) MA IN LAW ENFORCEMENT SECURITY AND INTELLIGENCE (January, April and September Entries) POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA/CERTIFICATE IN LAW ENFORCEMENT SECURITY AND INTELLIGENCE (September Entry)

3 INTERNATIONAL STUDIES [BA] January Entry All courses are units, except where specified as 0 units. SINGLE HONOURS Principles of Microeconomics [] Liberalism and Nationalism of the UK and the US Principles of Macroeconomics [] Rivalries and Alliances -9 The European Union in the International System [] The Rise of Dictators Intervention, Free Trade and Protection Thought [] Appeasement and War European Industrial Revolutions Political Communication THE PART EXAMINATION THREE of: * Freedom International Law [] ( units + units in ) Regulation and Privatisation [] Theories of Empire and India [] THREE of: * Africa and the Dominions [] of China [] Political Psychology [] International Law [] ( units + units in ) Issues in Developing Economies and the MENA Region [] The Economics of the Labour Market [] Politics of Latin America THREE of: * Business Ethics International Economics [] The Bipolar World 9-9 [] The Politics of the Middle East: Issues and Themes THREE of: * Competing Approaches to Political Analysis [] International Relations: Theories and Concepts [] The Economics of Europe The New International Society 9-00 [] THE PART STAGE EXAMINATION THE PART STAGE EXAMINATION * Language and Free Choice subjects Students may choose courses from the Language and Free Choice selection (to a maximum of 0 units) subject to timetabling constraints. For the list of courses available see Free Choice Section. Note: A dissertation on an approved topic may be substituted for a written examination in ONE Part elective with the approval of the lecturer concerned and the Head of Department.

4 INTERNATIONAL STUDIES [BA] July Entry All courses are units, except where specified as 0 units. SINGLE HONOURS Principles of Microeconomics [] Intervention, Free Trade and Protection Thought [] Principles of Macroeconomics [] European Industrial Revolutions Political Communication International Law [] (0 units) Liberalism and Nationalism Rivalries and Alliances -9 of the UK and the US The European Union in the International System [] THE PART EXAMINATION THREE of: * International Economics [] The Bipolar World 9-9 [] The Politics of the Middle East: Issues and Themes The Rise of the Dictators THREE of: * Appeasement and War Competing Approaches to Political Analysis [] International Relations: Theories and Concepts [] US Foreign Policy in Post Cold War Era The Economics of Europe The New International Society 9-00 [] THE PART STAGE EXAMINATION THREE of: * Freedom Regulation and Privatisation [] Theories of Empire and India [] THREE of: * Africa and the Dominions [] of China [] Political Psychology [] Issues in Developing Economies and the MENA Region [] The Economics of the Labour Market [] Politics of Latin America THE PART STAGE EXAMINATION * Language and Free Choice subjects Students may choose courses from the Language and Free Choice selection (to a maximum of 0 units) subject to timetabling constraints. For the list of courses available see Free Choice Section. Note: A dissertation on an approved topic may be substituted for a written examination in ONE Part elective with the approval of the lecturer concerned and the Head of Department.

5 INTERNATIONAL STUDIES [BA] September Entry - 9 s All courses are units, except where specified as 0 units. SINGLE HONOURS Principles of Macroeconomics [] Political Communication Principles of Microeconomics [] Rivalries and Alliances -9 of the UK and the US The European Union in the International System [] International Economics [] Intervention, Free Trade and Protection Thought [] The Economics of Europe European Industrial Revolution US Foreign Policy in Post Cold War Era THE PART EXAMINATION THREE of: * Freedom International Law [] ( units + units in ) Regulation and Privatisation [] Service Management [] Theories of Empire and India [] THREE of: * Africa and the Dominions of China [] Political Psychology [] International Law [] ( units + units in ) Issues in Developing Economies and the MENA Region [] The Economics of the Labour Market [] Politics of Latin America THE PART STAGE EXAMINATION 9 THREE of: * The Bipolar World 9-9 [] The Politics of the Middle East: Issues and Themes The Rise of Dictators THREE of: * Appeasement and War Competing Approaches to Political Analysis [] International Relations: Theories and Concepts [] The New International Society 9-00 [] THE PART STAGE EXAMINATION * Language and Free Choice subjects Students may choose courses from the Language and Free Choice selection (to a maximum of 0 units) subject to timetabling constraints. For the list of courses available see Free Choice Section. Note: A dissertation on an approved topic may be substituted for a written examination in ONE Part elective with the approval of the lecturer concerned and the Head of Department.

6 INTERNATIONAL STUDIES [BA] September Entry 9 s over Years All courses are units, except where specified as 0 units. SINGLE HONOURS Principles of Macroeconomics [] Comparative Revolutions: Britain, France and Russia [] Political Communication Principles of Microeconomics [] of the UK and the US Liberalism and Nationalism The European Union in the International System [] Rivalries and Alliances - 9 VACATION Preliminary Examination re-sits to be arranged within the department if required. The Economics of Europe US Foreign Policy in Post Cold War Era European Industrial Revolution International Law [] (0 units) Theories of Empire and India [] Africa and the Dominions [] Comparative Politics: Iran and Russia [] THE PART EXAMINATION VACATION Competing Approaches to Political Analysis [] International Relations: Theories and Concepts [] The New International Society 9-00 [] YEAR THREE Regulation and Privatisation [] Freedom History of Economic Thought [] 9 Issues in Developing Economies and the MENA Region [] of China [] Political Psychology [] Politics of Latin America THE PART EXAMINATION * Language or Free Choice subjects Students may choose courses from the Language and Free Choice selection (to a maximum of 0 units) subject to timetabling constraints. For the list of courses available see Free Choice Section. Note: A dissertation on an approved topic may be substituted for a written examination in ONE Part elective with the approval of the lecturer concerned and the Head of Department.

7 INTERNATIONAL STUDIES WITH FRENCH OR SPANISH [BA] January Entry All courses are units, except where specified as 0 units. of the UK and the US The European Union in the International System [] Liberalism and Nationalism Rivalries and Alliances - 9 French or Spanish (0 units) Thought [] Political Communication Intervention, Free Trade and Protection European Industrial Revolutions French or Spanish (0 units) THE PART EXAMINATION International Law [] ( units + units in ) Theories of Empire and India [] Freedom International Law [] ( units + units in ) Africa and the Dominions [] of China [] Political Psychology [] Politics of Latin America French or Spanish (0 units) THE PART STAGE EXAMINATION The Rise of the Dictators The Bipolar World 9-9 [] The Politics of the Middle East: Issues and Themes The New International Society 9-00 [] International Relations: Theories and Concepts [] Appeasement and War Competing Approaches to Political Analysis [] French or Spanish (0 units) THE PART STAGE EXAMINATION * Language and Free Choice subjects Students may choose courses from the Language and Free Choice selection (to a maximum of 0 units) subject to timetabling constraints. For the list of courses available see Free Choice Section. Note: A dissertation on an approved topic may be substituted for a written examination in ONE Part elective with the approval of the lecturer concerned and the Head of Department.

8 INTERNATIONAL STUDIES WITH FRENCH OR SPANISH [BA] July Entry All courses are units, except where specified as 0 units. Thought [] Political Communication Intervention, Free Trade and Protection European Industrial Revolutions French or Spanish (0 units) of the UK and the US The European Union in the International System [] Liberalism and Nationalism Rivalries and Alliances - 9 French or Spanish (0 units) THE PART EXAMINATION The Bipolar World 9-9 [] The Politics of the Middle East: Issues and Themes The Rise of the Dictators Appeasement and War Competing Approaches to Political Analysis [] International Relations: Theories and Concepts [] The New International Society 9-00 [] Freedom Theories of Empire and India [] International Law [] ( units + units in ) Africa and the Dominions [] of China [] Political Psychology [] International Law [] ( units + units in term) Politics of Latin America French or Spanish (0 units) THE PART STAGE EXAMINATION French or Spanish (0 units) THE PART STAGE EXAMINATION * Language and Free Choice subjects Students may choose courses from the Language and Free Choice selection (to a maximum of 0 units) subject to timetabling constraints. For the list of courses available see Free Choice Section. Note: A dissertation on an approved topic may be substituted for a written examination in ONE Part elective with the approval of the lecturer concerned and the Head of Department.

9 INTERNATIONAL STUDIES WITH FRENCH OR SPANISH [BA] September Entry - 9 s All courses are units, except where specified as 0 units. Political Communication of the UK and the US The European Union in the International System [] Comparative Revolutions: Britain, France and Russia [] French or Spanish (0 units) Thought [] US Foreign Policy in Post Cold War Era The Rise of the Dictators Appeasement and War French or Spanish (0 units) 9 International Law [] ( units + units in ) Theories of Empire and India [] Freedom International Law [] ( units + units in ) Africa and the Dominions [] of China [] Political Psychology [] Politics of Latin America Intervention, Free Trade and Protection The Bipolar World 9-9 [] The Politics of the Middle East: Issues and Themes Competing Approaches to Political Analysis [] European Industrial Revolutions International Relations: Theories and Concepts [] The New International Society 9-00 [] THE PART EXAMINATION French or Spanish (0 units) THE PART STAGE EXAMINATION French or Spanish (0 units) THE PART STAGE EXAMINATION * Language and Free Choice subjects Students may choose courses from the Language and Free Choice selection (to a maximum of 0 units) subject to timetabling constraints. For the list of courses available see Free Choice Section. Note: A dissertation on an approved topic may be substituted for a written examination in ONE Part elective with the approval of the lecturer concerned and the Head of Department.

10 INTERNATIONAL STUDIES WITH ENGLISH LANGUAGE STUDIES (EFL) [BA] January Entry All courses are units, except where specified as 0 units. of the UK and the US The European Union in the International System [] Liberalism and Nationalism Rivalries and Alliances - 9 Modern English Language [] Modern English Usage [] Thought [] Intervention, Free Trade and Protection Intercultural Communication Political Communication European Industrial Revolutions Global Communication THE PART EXAMINATION Freedom International Law [] ( units + units in ) Theories of Empire and India [] Africa and the Dominions [] of China [] Political Psychology [] International Law [] ( units + units in ) Politics of Latin America Varieties of English [] Registers of English [] THE PART STAGE EXAMINATION The Bipolar World 9-9 [] The Politics of the Middle East: Issues and Themes The Rise of the Dictators Appeasement and War Competing Approaches to Political Analysis [] International Relations: Theories and Concepts [] The New International Society 9-00 [] English in Society [] English in Institutions [] THE PART STAGE EXAMINATION * Language and Free Choice subjects Students may choose courses from the Language and Free Choice selection (to a maximum of 0 units) subject to timetabling constraints. For the list of courses available see Free Choice Section. Note: A dissertation on an approved topic may be substituted for a written examination in ONE Part elective with the approval of the lecturer concerned and the Head of Department. 9

11 INTERNATIONAL STUDIES WITH ENGLISH LANGUAGE STUDIES (EFL) [BA] July Entry All courses are units, except where specified as 0 units. Thought [] Intervention, Free Trade and Protection Intercultural Communication [] Political Communication European Industrial Revolutions Global Communication [] of the UK and the US Liberalism and Nationalism Modern English Language The European Union in the International System [] Rivalries and Alliances - 9 Modern English Usage THE PART EXAMINATION The Bipolar World 9-9 [] The Politics of the Middle East: Issues and Themes The Rise of the Dictators Appeasement and War Competing Approaches to Political Analysis [] International Relations: Theories and Concepts [] The New International Society 9-00 [] US Foreign Policy in Post Cold War Era English in Society [] English in Institutions [] THE PART STAGE EXAMINATION Freedom International Law [] ( units + units in ) Theories of Empire and India [] Africa and the Dominions [] of China [] Political Psychology [] Politics of Latin America International Law [] ( units + units in ) Varieties of English [] Registers of English [] THE PART STAGE EXAMINATION * Language and Free Choice subjects Students may choose courses from the Language and Free Choice selection (to a maximum of 0 units) subject to timetabling constraints. For the list of courses available see Free Choice Section. Note: A dissertation on an approved topic may be substituted for a written examination in ONE Part elective with the approval of the lecturer concerned and the Head of Department. 0

12 INTERNATIONAL STUDIES WITH EFL [BA] September Entry - 9 s All courses are units, except where specified as 0 units. Political Communication Media Discourse [] of the UK and the US Modern English Language [] The European Union in the International System [] Modern English Usage [] Thought [] US Foreign Policy in Post Cold War Era Intervention, Free Trade and Protection European Industrial Revolutions Intercultural Communication Global Communication THE PART EXAMINATION Freedom International Law [] ( units + units in ) Theories of Empire and India [] Africa and the Dominions [] of China [] Political Psychology [] International Law [] ( units + units in ) Politics of Latin America Rivalries and Alliances -9 Varieties of English [] Registers of English [] THE PART STAGE EXAMINATION 9 The Bipolar World 9-9 [] The Politics of the Middle East: Issues and Themes The Rise of the Dictators Appeasement and War Competing Approaches to Political Analysis [] International Relations: Theories and Concepts [] The New International Society 9-00 [] English in Society [] English in Institutions [] THE PART STAGE EXAMINATION * Language and Free Choice subjects Students may choose courses from the Language and Free Choice selection (to a maximum of 0 units) subject to timetabling constraints. For the list of courses available see Free Choice Section. Note: A dissertation on an approved topic may be substituted for a written examination in ONE Part elective with the approval of the lecturer concerned and the Head of Department.

13 INTERNATIONAL STUDIES WITH ELS [BA] January Entry All courses are units, except where specified as 0 units. of the UK and the US The European Union in the International System [] Liberalism and Nationalism Rivalries and Alliances - 9 English Composition [] Discourse and Debate [] Thought [] Intervention, Free Trade and Protection Intercultural Communication Political Communication European Industrial Revolutions Global Communication THE PART EXAMINATION Freedom International Law [] ( units + units in ) Theories of Empire and India [] Africa and the Dominions [] of China [] Political Psychology [] International Law [] ( units + units in ) Politics of Latin America Diversity in English [] Change in English [] THE PART STAGE EXAMINATION The Bipolar World 9-9 [] The Politics of the Middle East: Issues and Themes The Rise of the Dictators Appeasement and War Competing Approaches to Political Analysis [] International Relations: Theories and Concepts [] The New International Society 9-00 [] Language and Society [] Language and Power [] THE PART STAGE EXAMINATION * Language and Free Choice subjects Students may choose courses from the Language and Free Choice selection (to a maximum of 0 units) subject to timetabling constraints. For the list of courses available see Free Choice Section. Note: A dissertation on an approved topic may be substituted for a written examination in ONE Part elective with the approval of the lecturer concerned and the Head of Department.

14 INTERNATIONAL STUDIES WITH ELS [BA] July Entry All courses are units, except where specified as 0 units. Thought [] Intervention, Free Trade and Protection Intercultural Communication Political Communication European Industrial Revolutions Global Communication of the UK and the US Liberalism and Nationalism English Composition The European Union in the International System [] Rivalries and Alliances - 9 Discourse and Debate THE PART EXAMINATION The Bipolar World 9-9 [] The Politics of the Middle East: Issues and Themes The Rise of the Dictators Appeasement and War Competing Approaches to Political Analysis [] International Relations: Theories and Concepts [] The New International Society 9-00 [] US Foreign Policy in Post Cold War Era Language and Society [] Language and Power [] THE PART STAGE EXAMINATION Freedom International Law [] ( units + units in ) Theories of Empire and India [] Africa and the Dominions [] of China [] Political Psychology [] International Law [] ( units + units in ) Politics of Latin America Diversity in English [] Change in English [] THE PART STAGE EXAMINATION * Language and Free Choice subjects Students may choose courses from the Language and Free Choice selection (to a maximum of 0 units) subject to timetabling constraints. For the list of courses available see Free Choice Section. Note: A dissertation on an approved topic may be substituted for a written examination in ONE Part elective with the approval of the lecturer concerned and the Head of Department.

15 INTERNATIONAL STUDIES WITH ELS [BA] September Entry - 9 s All courses are units, except where specified as 0 units. Political Communication Media Discourse [] of the UK and the US English Composition [] The European Union in the International System [] Discourse and Debate [] Thought [] Intervention, Free Trade and Protection Intercultural Communication US Foreign Policy in Post Cold War Era European Industrial Revolutions Global Communication THE PART EXAMINATION 9 International Law [] ( units + units in ) Freedom Theories of Empire and India [] Africa and the Dominions of China [] Political Psychology [] International Law [] ( units + units in ) Politics of Latin America Rivalries and Alliances 9-9 The Bipolar World 9-9 [] The Politics of the Middle East: Issues and Themes The Rise of the Dictators Appeasement and War Competing Approaches to Political Analysis [] International Relations: Theories and Concepts [] The New International Society 9-00 [] Diversity in English [] Change in English [] THE PART STAGE EXAMINATION Language and Society [] Language and Power [] THE PART STAGE EXAMINATION * Language and Free Choice subjects Students may choose courses from the Language and Free Choice selection (to a maximum of 0 units) subject to timetabling constraints. For the list of courses available see Free Choice Section. Note: A dissertation on an approved topic may be substituted for a written examination in ONE Part elective with the approval of the lecturer concerned and the Head of Department.

16 INTERNATIONAL STUDIES WITH JOURNALISM [BA] January Entry All courses are units, except where specified as 0 units. of the UK and the US The European Union in the International System [] Liberalism and Nationalism Rivalries and Alliances - 9 Introduction to Reporting [] Videocraft [] Thought [] Intervention, Free Trade and Protection Media Studies Political Communication European Industrial Revolutions Principles of Media Practice THE PART EXAMINATION Freedom International Law [] ( units + units in ) Theories of Empire and India [] Africa and the Dominions [] of China [] Political Psychology [] International Law [] ( units + units in ) Politics of Latin America Press Journalism [] From Data to Story [] THE PART STAGE EXAMINATION The Bipolar World 9-9 [] The Politics of the Middle East: Issues and Themes The Rise of the Dictators Appeasement and War Competing Approaches to Political Analysis [] International Relations: Theories and Concepts [] The New International Society 9-00 [] Radio Journalism [] Current Affairs TV [] THE PART STAGE EXAMINATION * Language and Free Choice subjects Students may choose courses from the Language and Free Choice selection (to a maximum of 0 units) subject to timetabling constraints. For the list of courses available see Free Choice Section. Note: A dissertation on an approved topic may be substituted for a written examination in ONE Part elective with the approval of the lecturer concerned and the Head of Department.

17 INTERNATIONAL STUDIES WITH JOURNALISM [BA] July Entry All courses are units, except where specified as 0 units. Thought [] Intervention, Free Trade and Protection Media Studies [] Political Communication European Industrial Revolutions Principles of Media Practice [] of the UK and the US Liberalism and Nationalism Introduction to Reporting [] The European Union in the International System [] Rivalries and Alliances - 9 Videocraft THE PART EXAMINATION The Bipolar World 9-9 [] The Politics of the Middle East: Issues and Themes The Rise of the Dictators Appeasement and War Competing Approaches to Political Analysis [] International Relations: Theories and Concepts [] The New International Society 9-00 [] US Foreign Policy in Post Cold War Era Radio Journalism [] Current Affairs TV [] THE PART STAGE EXAMINATION Freedom International Law [] ( units + units in ) Theories of Empire and India [] Africa and the Dominions [] of China [] Political Psychology [] International Law [] ( units + units in ) Politics of Latin America Press Journalism [] From Data to Story [] THE PART STAGE EXAMINATION * Language and Free Choice subjects Students may choose courses from the Language and Free Choice selection (to a maximum of 0 units) subject to timetabling constraints. For the list of courses available see Free Choice Section. Note: A dissertation on an approved topic may be substituted for a written examination in ONE Part elective with the approval of the lecturer concerned and the Head of Department.

18 INTERNATIONAL STUDIES WITH JOURNALISM [BA] September Entry - 9 s All courses are units, except where specified as 0 units. Political Communication Media Discourse [] of the UK and the US Introduction to Reporting [] The European Union in the International System [] Videocraft [] Thought Intervention, Free Trade and Protection Media Studies US Foreign Policy in Post Cold War Era European Industrial Revolutions Principles of Media Practice 9 Freedom International Law [] ( units + units in ) Theories of Empire and India [] Africa and the Dominions [] of China [] Political Psychology [] International Law [] ( units + units in ) Politics of Latin America The Bipolar World 9-9 [] The Politics of the Middle East: Issues and Themes The Rise of the Dictators Appeasement and War Competing Approaches to Political Analysis [] International Relations: Theories and Concepts [] The New International Society 9-00 [] THE PART EXAMINATION Press Journalism [] From Data to Story [] THE PART STAGE EXAMINATION Radio Journalism [] Current Affairs TV [] THE PART STAGE EXAMINATION * Language and Free Choice subjects Students may choose courses from the Language and Free Choice selection (to a maximum of 0 units) subject to timetabling constraints. For the list of courses available see Free Choice Section. Note: A dissertation on an approved topic may be substituted for a written examination in ONE Part elective with the approval of the lecturer concerned and the Head of Department.

19 INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS WITH APPLIED COMPUTING [BA] January Entry All courses are units, except where specified as 0 units. of the UK and the US Comparative Politics: Iran and Russia [] Introduction to Computer Systems [] The European Union in the International System [] Rivalries and Alliances Introduction to Operating Systems [] Thought [] The Rise of the Dictators Principles of Database Systems Political Communication US Foreign Policy in Post Cold War Era Software Engineering [] THE PART EXAMINATION Freedom Theories of Empire and India [] Software Project Management [] Politics of Latin America of China [] Political Psychology [] Information Security [] THE PART STAGE EXAMINATION The Politics of the Middle East: Issues and Themes The Bipolar World 9-9 [] Human-Computer Interaction International Relations: Theories and Concepts [] Competing Approaches to Political Analysis [] Cloud Computing [] THE PART STAGE EXAMINATION

20 INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS WITH APPLIED COMPUTING [BA] September Entry 9 s All courses are units, except where specified as 0 units. Appeasement and War Political Communication of the UK and the US Comparative Politics: Iran and Russia [] Introduction to Computer systems [] The European Union in the International System [] Rivalries and Alliances -9 Introduction to Operating Systems [] Thought [] The Rise of the Dictators Principles of Database Systems US Foreign Policy in Post Cold War Ear International Relations: Theories and Concepts [] Software Engineering [] THE PART EXAMINATION Freedom Theories of Empire and India [] Software Project Management [] Politics of Latin America of China [] Political Psychology [] Information Security [] THE PART STAGE EXAMINATION The Politics of the Middle East: Issues and Themes The Bipolar World 9-9 [] Human-Computer Interaction 9 Competing Approaches to Political Analysis [] The New International Society 9-00 [] Cloud Computing [] THE PART STAGE EXAMINATION NOTE: THERE IS NO JULY ENTRY FOR THIS DEGREE PROGRAMME 9

21 INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS WITH ECONOMICS [BA] January Entry All courses are units, except where specified as 0 units. Comparative Politics: Iran and Russia [] Quantitative Methods [] Principles of Microeconomics [] The European Union in the International System [] Quantitative Methods Principles of Macroeconomics [] Thought [] The Politics of the Middle East: Issues and Themes Microeconomic Theory Political Communication US Foreign Policy in Post Cold War Era Microeconomic Policy THE PART EXAMINATION Freedom of the UK and the US History of Economic Thought [] Industrial Organisation and Strategy [] Regulation and Privatisation [] of China [] Politics of Latin America Policy Issues in Less Developed Economies [] Public Sector Economics [] Welfare Economics [] THE PART STAGE EXAMINATION The Bipolar World 9-9 [] International Economics [] Legal Economics [] Money, Banking and Financial Markets [] Macroeconomic Theory TWO of: Competing Approaches to Political Analysis [] International Relations: Theories and Concepts [] The New International Society 9-00 [] Legal Economics [] The Economics of Europe Macroeconomic Policy THE PART STAGE EXAMINATION 0

22 INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS WITH ECONOMICS [BA] July Entry All courses are units, except where specified as 0 units. Thought [] Quantitative Methods [] Principles of Microeconomics [] Political Communication Quantitative Methods Principles of Macroeconomics [] Comparative Politics: Iran and Russia [] History of Economic Thought [] Microeconomic Theory The European Union in the International System [] Rivalries and Alliances - 9 Welfare Economics THE PART EXAMINATION The Bipolar World 9-9 [] The Politics of the Middle East: Issues and Themes TWO of: Competing Approaches to Political Analysis [] International Relations: Theories and Concepts [] The New International Society 9-00 [] US Foreign Policy in Post Cold War Era Freedom of the UK and the US Macroeconomic Theory Macroeconomic Policy THE PART STAGE EXAMINATION Industrial Organisation and Strategy [] Regulation and Privatisation [] Politics of Latin America of China [] Policy Issues in Less Developed Economies [] Public Sector Economics [] THE PART STAGE EXAMINATION

23 INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS WITH ECONOMICS [BA] September Entry 9 s All courses are units, except where specified as 0 units. Appeasement and War Principles of Macroeconomics [] Principles of Microeconomics [] Quantitative Methods [] The European Union in the International System [] Quantitative Methods Thought [] The Politics of the Middle East: Issues and Themes Microeconomic Theory Political Communication US Foreign Policy in Post Cold War Era Microeconomic Policy THE PART EXAMINATION Freedom of the UK and the US History of Economic Thought [] Industrial Organisation and Strategy [] Regulation and Privatisation [] Government and Politics of China [] Politics of Latin America Policy Issues in Less Developed Economies [] Public Sector Economics [] Welfare Economics THE PART STAGE EXAMINATION International Economics [] Macroeconomic Theory Legal Economics [] Money, Banking and Financial Markets [] 9 International Relations: Theories and Concepts [] Competing Approaches to Political Analysis [] Macroeconomic Policy The Economics of Europe THE PART STAGE EXAMINATION

24 INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS WITH JOURNALISM [BA] January Entry All courses are units, except where specified as 0 units. of the UK and the US Comparative Politics: Iran and Russia [] Introduction to Reporting [] The European Union in the International System [] Rivalries and Alliances - 9 Videocraft [] Thought [] The Rise of the Dictators Media Studies Political Communication US Foreign Policy in Post Cold War Era Principles of Media Practice THE PART EXAMINATION Freedom Theories of Empire and India [] Press Journalism [] of China [] Political Psychology [] Politics of Latin America From Data to Story [] THE PART STAGE EXAMINATION The Politics of the Middle East: Issues and Themes The Bipolar World 9-9 [] Radio Journalism [] TWO of: Competing Approaches to Political Analysis [] International Relations: Theories and Concepts [] The New International Society 9-00 [] Current Affairs TV [] THE PART STAGE EXAMINATION

25 INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS WITH JOURNALISM [BA] July Entry All courses are units, except where specified as 0 units. Thought [] The Rise of the Dictators Media Studies [] Political Communication US Foreign Policy in Post Cold War Era Principles of Media Practice [] of the UK and the US Comparative Politics: Iran and Russia [] Introduction to Reporting [] The European Union in the International System [] Rivalries and Alliances - 9 Videocraft THE PART EXAMINATION The Politics of the Middle East: Issues and Themes The Bipolar World 9-9 [] TWO of: Competing Approaches to Political Analysis [] International Relations: Theories and Concepts [] The New International Society 9-00 [] Radio Journalism [] Current Affairs TV [] THE PART STAGE EXAMINATION Freedom Theories of Empire and India [] Press Journalism [] Politics of Latin America of China [] Political Psychology [] From Data to Story [] THE PART STAGE EXAMINATION

26 INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS WITH JOURNALISM [BA] September Entry 9 s All courses are units, except where specified as 0 units. Political Communication Media Discourse [] Comparative Politics: Iran and Russia [] Introduction to Reporting [] The European Union in the International System [] Videocraft [] Thought [] The Rise of the Dictators Media Studies International Relations: Theories and Concepts [] US Foreign Policy in Post Cold War Era Principles of Media Practice THE PART EXAMINATION Freedom of the UK and the US Press Journalism [] Government and Politics of China [] Political Psychology [] Politics of Latin America From Data to Story [] THE PART STAGE EXAMINATION The Politics of the Middle East: Issues and Themes The Bipolar World 9-9 [] Radio Journalism [] 9 Competing Approaches to Political Analysis [] The New International Society 9-00 [] Current Affairs TV [] THE PART STAGE EXAMINATION

27 INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS WITH ENGLISH LANGUAGE STUDIES [BA] January Entry All courses are units, except where specified as 0 units. of the UK and the US Comparative Politics: Iran and Russia [] English Composition [] The European Union in the International System [] Rivalries and Alliances - 9 Discourse and Debate [] Thought [] The Rise of the Dictators Intercultural Communication Political Communication US Foreign Policy in Post Cold War Era Global Communication THE PART EXAMINATION Freedom Theories of Empire and India [] Diversity in English [] Politics of Latin America of China [] Political Psychology [] Change in English [] THE PART STAGE EXAMINATION The Politics of the Middle East: Issues and Themes The Bipolar World 9-9 [] Language and Society [] TWO of: Competing Approaches to Political Analysis [] International Relations: Theories and Concepts [] The New International Society 9-00 [] Language and Power [] THE PART STAGE EXAMINATION

28 INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS WITH ENGLISH LANGUAGE STUDIES [BA] July Entry All courses are units, except where specified as 0 units. Thought [] The Rise of the Dictators Intercultural Communication Political Communication US Foreign Policy in Post Cold War Era Global Communication of the UK and the US Comparative Politics: Iran and Russia [] English Composition The European Union in the International System [] Rivalries and Alliances - 9 Discourse and Debate THE PART EXAMINATION The Politics of the Middle East: Issues and Themes The Bipolar World 9-9 [] Language and Society [] TWO of: Competing Approaches to Political Analysis [] International Relations: Theories and Concepts [] The New International Society 9-00 [] Language and Power [] THE PART STAGE EXAMINATION Freedom Theories of Empire and India [] Diversity in English [] of China [] Political Psychology [] Politics of Latin America Change in English [] THE PART STAGE EXAMINATION

29 INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS WITH ENGLISH LANGUAGE STUDIES [BA] September Entry 9 s All courses are units, except where specified as 0 units. Political Communication Media Discourse [] Comparative Politics: Iran and Russia [] English Composition [] The European Union in the International System [] Discourse and Debate [] Thought [] The Rise of the Dictators Intercultural Communication International Relations: Theories and Concepts [] US Foreign Policy in Post Cold War Era Global Communication THE PART EXAMINATION Freedom of the UK and the US Diversity in English [] Government and Politics of China [] Political Psychology [] Politics of Latin America Change in English [] THE PART STAGE EXAMINATION The Politics of the Middle East: Issues and Themes The Bipolar World 9-9 [] Language and Society [] 9 Competing Approaches to Political Analysis [] The New International Society 9-00 [] Language and Power [] THE PART STAGE EXAMINATION

30 INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS WITH FRENCH OR SPANISH [BA] January Entry All courses are units, except where specified as 0 units. of the UK and the US Comparative Politics: Iran and Russia [] The European Union in the International System [] Politics of Latin America French or Spanish (0 units) Thought [] The Rise of the Dictators French or Spanish (0 units) Political Communication US Foreign Policy in Post Cold War Era THE PART EXAMINATION Freedom Theories of Empire and India [] French or Spanish (0 units) of China [] Political Psychology [] THE PART STAGE EXAMINATION The Politics of the Middle East: Issues and Themes The Bipolar World 9-9 [] TWO of: Competing Approaches to Political Analysis [] International Relations: Theories and Concepts [] The New International Society 9-00 [] French or Spanish (0 units) THE PART STAGE EXAMINATION 9

31 INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS WITH FRENCH OR SPANISH [BA] July Entry All courses are units, except where specified as 0 units. Thought [] Political Communication The Rise of the Dictators US Foreign Policy in Post Cold War Era French or Spanish (0 units) of the UK and the US The European Union in the International System [] Comparative Politics: Iran and Russia [] Politics of Latin America French or Spanish (0 units) THE PART EXAMINATION The Politics of the Middle East: Issues and Themes The Bipolar World 9-9 [] TWO of: Competing Approaches to Political Analysis [] International Relations: Theories and Concepts [] The New International Society 9-00 [] French or Spanish (0 units) THE PART STAGE EXAMINATION Freedom Theories of Empire and India [] French or Spanish (0 units) of China [] Political Psychology [] THE PART STAGE EXAMINATION 0

32 INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS WITH FRENCH OR SPANISH [BA] September Entry 9 s All courses are units, except where specified as 0 units. Appeasement and War Political Communication Comparative Politics: Iran and Russia [] The European Union in the International System [] French or Spanish (0 units) Thought [] US Foreign Policy in Post Cold War Era The Rise of the Dictators International Relations: Theories and Concepts [] French or Spanish (0 units) THE PART EXAMINATION Freedom of the UK and the US Government and Politics of China [] Political Psychology [] Politics of Latin America French or Spanish (0 units) THE PART STAGE EXAMINATION The Politics of the Middle East: Issues and Themes The Bipolar World 9-9 [] French or Spanish (0 units) 9 Competing Approaches to Political Analysis [] The New International Society 9-00 [] THE PART STAGE EXAMINATION

33 MA IN SECURITY AND INTELLIGENCE STUDIES All modules are units unless otherwise stated. January Entry Current Threats: External and Internal [] (0 units) Case Studies in Intelligence Success and Failure [] (0 units) Intelligence Tradecraft and Machinery [] Analytical Simulation Exercise [] Dissertation [] (0 units) Terrorism and Counter-Terrorism: Practice and Policy [] (0 units) Intelligence and International Security since 99 [] (0 units) April Entry Case Studies in Intelligence Success and Failure [] (0 units) Analytical Simulation Exercise [] Dissertation [] (0 units) Terrorism and Counter-Terrorism: Practice and Policy [] (0 units) Intelligence and International Security since 99 [] (0 units) Current Threats: External and Internal [] (0 units) Intelligence Tradecraft and Machinery [] September Entry Terrorism and Counter-Terrorism: Practice and Policy [] (0 units) Intelligence and International Security since 99 [] (0 units) Current Threats: External and Internal [] (0 units) Intelligence Tradecraft and Machinery [] Case Studies in Intelligence Success and Failure [] (0 units) Analytical Simulation Exercise [] Dissertation [] (0 units)

34 MA IN SECURITY, INTELLIGENCE AND DIPLOMACY All modules are units unless otherwise stated. January Entry Commercial Diplomacy [] Diplomacy [] Case Studies in Intelligence Success and Failure [] (0 units) Intelligence Tradecraft and Machinery [] Security Challenges & Other Global Issues [] Dissertation [] (0 units) International Law and Diplomacy [] Foreign Policy Analysis [] Intelligence and International Security since 99 [] (0 units) Final Examination April Entry Case Studies in Intelligence Success and Failure [] (0 units) Security Challenges & Other Global Issues [] Dissertation [] (0 units) International Law and Diplomacy [] Foreign Policy Analysis [] Commercial Diplomacy [] Diplomacy [] Intelligence and International Security since 99 [] (0 units) Intelligence Tradecraft and Machinery [] Final Examination September Entry International Law and Diplomacy [] Foreign Policy Analysis [] Intelligence and International Security since 99 [] (0 units) Commercial Diplomacy [] Diplomacy [] Intelligence Tradecraft and Machinery [] Case Studies in Intelligence Success and Failure [] (0 units) Security Challenges & Other Global Issues [] Dissertation [] (0 units) Final Examination

35 MA IN LAW ENFORCEMENT SECURITY AND INTELLIGENCE January Entry Intelligence Tradecraft and Machinery ( units) Security Threats and Challenges in the Law Enforcement Environment (0 units) Case Studies in Intelligence Success and Failure (0 units) Analytical Simulation Exercise ( units) Dissertation (0 units, 0,000 words) Law Enforcement Intelligence Practice and Policy (0 units) Intelligence and International Security since 99 (0 units) April Entry Case Studies in Intelligence Success and Failure (0 units) Analytical Simulation Exercise ( units) Dissertation (0 units, 0,000 words) Law Enforcement Intelligence Practice and Policy (0 units) Intelligence and International Security since 99 (0 units) Intelligence Tradecraft and Machinery ( units) Security Threats and Challenges in the Law Enforcement Environment (0 units) September Entry Law Enforcement Intelligence Practice and Policy (0 units) Intelligence and International Security since 99 (0 units) Intelligence Tradecraft and Machinery ( units) Security Threats and Challenges in the Law Enforcement Environment (0 units) Case Studies in Intelligence Success and Failure (0 units) Analytical Simulation Exercise ( units) Dissertation (0 units, 0,000 words)

36 POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA IN LAW ENFORCEMENT SECURITY AND INTELLIGENCE September Entry Law Enforcement Intelligence Practice and Policy (0 units) Intelligence and International Security since 99 (0 units) Intelligence Tradecraft and Machinery ( units) Security Threats and Challenges in the Law Enforcement Environment (0 units) Analytical Simulation Exercise ( units) POSTGRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN LAW ENFORCEMENT SECURITY AND INTELLIGENCE September Entry Law Enforcement Intelligence Practice and Policy (0 units) Security Threats and Challenges in the Law Enforcement Environment (0 units)

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