International Relations / International Studies / European Studies

Size: px
Start display at page:

Download "International Relations / International Studies / European Studies"

Transcription

1 International Relations / International Studies / European Studies Degree Courses BA International Relations and Politics 166 BA International Relations and Modern History 167 BA International Studies 168 BA European Studies with Politics 169 BA European Studies with Optional Language 170 Related Courses BA Politics 234 BA Politics with Media 236 BA Philosophy and Politics 235 BA Culture, Literature and Politics 186 Further information The Undergraduate Admissions Office School of Political, Social and International Studies Faculty of Arts and Humanities University of East Anglia Norwich NR4 7TJ Tel: (+44) (0) Fax: (+44) (0) Web: 164

2 International Relations / International Studies / European Studies Admissions Policy Typical offers for our International Studies courses are ABB-BBB at A level. Although our entry requirements are stated in terms of three A levels, we encourage applications from students with suitable alternative qualifications including Access courses and the International Baccalaureate. Please see page 43 or contact our Admissions team for details. Teaching and Assessment Aside from lectures, we value lively discussion or debate-based seminar teaching. You prepare privately, then meet in small groups with your teacher to exchange, debate and refine ideas generated by the preceding lectures. Career Prospects International Studies degrees equip you well for working for international and non-governmental organisations, the civil and diplomatic service, European institutions and business, the media, or going into further postgraduate study and teaching. Our Careers Centre also organises a very successful, one-day event on Working in Politics. Our graduates work in a wide variety of professions. Research Areas We boast a lively group of staff who are all active researchers, publishing in international academic contexts what we research and our courses are continually being modified in the light of changing ideas. Our research focuses on international relations; US foreign policy; conflict and security; the Middle East; Russia and Eastern Europe; democratisation; religious fundamentalism; comparative European politics and European integration and international organisations. We house the Centre for Research in European Studies (CREST), which organises conferences and a guest seminar series in which our students take an active part. The School also publishes a series of working papers. Flexibility and Choice Our degree programmes are some of the most flexible on offer. Building on a strong foundation in your first year you progress to choose from a wide range of options, allowing you to customise your degree according to your interests and career plans. Language learning can be combined with your studies, if desired. Study Abroad Through the ERASMUS exchange programme students are able to spend a semester abroad studying in a European university, subject to approval by the School. While some of our European partners offer limited teaching in English, students will be expected to be competent in a European language. Exchanges with partner universities in the USA and Australia are also available. Key facts Top 5 for teaching in the 2008 National Student Survey UEA is home to a number of leading researchers in international politics Run by a top-rated Politics team, which scored 24 out of 24 in the Quality Assurance Assessment (QAA) International Relations, and International and European Studies at UEA are taught by experts in the field Flexible degree courses, which can include language options and exchanges with US, Australian and European universities Prepares students for careers in government, business and international organisations, as well as other professions Lively and prestigious visiting speaker programme Studying abroad changed my whole outlook on life and opened my eyes to another lifestyle. Siobhán Moran, International Studies 165

3 International Relations / International Studies / European Studies International Relations and Politics BA International Relations and Politics UCAS code L290 Some of the most important political debates are those about international relations. Is it right to intervene in the politics of other countries? How ought we to respond to the threat of global warming? Is America too powerful? How big a threat is international terrorism? What should be done to improve international security? How much power do multinational corporations have? Will China overtake the US as the major superpower? These are the sorts of questions that arise when studying a course such as International Relations and Politics. It allows you to think about and explore the causes of conflict in the Middle East, for example and to assess attempts to resolve it. This course, in short, gives you the opportunity to study those forces and issues which are shaping the contemporary world. Hugo Chavez, the controversial president of Venezuela, renowned for his flamboyant public speaking style. The first year is structured so as to ensure that study and other key skills are acquired to enable you to benefit most fully from the rest of the course. Firm foundations of knowledge are laid out in respect of political theory, government and international relations and modern history. Compulsory modules may include: Social and Political Theory; A Globalising World; Introduction to International Relations; and Introduction to Contemporary Politics. You will also choose from a range of options which may include: Introduction to American Studies; Economics and Society; Introduction to Modern History; Themes in Modern History; and Introduction to Philosophy. The programme in the second and third year is designed to draw upon a range of modules in the areas of international relations and politics offered in the School of Political, Social and International Studies. You also have the opportunity to take relevant modules in the School of American Studies and the School of History. The second year modules, International Politics Since 1945, International Organisations, and Democratic Theory, are compulsory and are designed to provide a core foundation of knowledge of the international system since the Second World War and in the main traditions in the history of democratic thought. Also in the second year, you choose, with the assistance of your adviser and the Programme Director, two optional modules in politics and one free choice module. These may include: Politics in the USA; Russian Politics; Britain and Europe; Terrorism; Power and Society; International Security and Conflict Resolution; Introduction to the European Union; Introduction to Politics of the Middle East. In the third year you may take a dissertation module where you can choose to research a subject relating to international relations and/or politics. This module includes some basic training in research methods and you also receive one-to-one individual supervision relating to your topics. You can also choose from a range of options which may include: Western Political Thought; Politics and Popular Culture; Intellectuals and US Foreign Policy ; Multiculturalism; The Clash of Fundamentalisms; Policy- Making in Britain; Russia in Disraeli; Nationalism in Central Europe: The Habsburg Monarchy ; Political Economy of the Environment. See also the module list on page

4 International Relations / International Studies / European Studies International Relations and Modern History BA International Relations and Modern History UCAS code LV2C Special entry requirements: grade B in A level History This degree, taught jointly with the School of History, is designed for students who are interested in exploring and understanding contemporary international relations. Looking at the contemporary world, two things are apparent. The first is that our world is increasingly shaped, not by domestic politics, but by international politics and by global connections between nations. The second is that the current state of our world and our societies is the product not of the moment, but of events and processes that have occurred over time. Studying international relations and modern history enables you to make sense of the new global order. During the first year, you will gain a sound grounding in the core elements of political theory, international relations, government and modern history which explain the forces and events that have shaped the contemporary world. During the second year, you will be able to specialise in those areas that interest you the most, such as: US politics, South East Asia, the European Union, Russia or the ideological underpinnings which inform contemporary international relations. During the third year you will have the opportunity to engage in independent research by working on a dissertation. You are also encouraged to consider the possibility of spending a semester abroad. Your first year will include the modules: Introduction to Modern History; Themes in Modern History; Social and Political Theory; Introduction to Contemporary Politics; A Globalising World; and Introduction to Internal Relations. These will provide the foundation to your degree. In your second year you take International Politics Since 1945 and choose from a range of options which may include: The Rise and Fall of British Power; Conflict and Consensus; Modern Germany; The Holocaust; Introduction to Spanish History; Modern Spain; Imperial Russian and Soviet History, ; Modern Italy, ; Politics in the USA; Russian Politics; Germany: From Nazism to New Nation; Democratic Theory; International Organisations; Britain and Europe; Terrorism; International Security and Conflict Resolution; Introduction to the European Union. In addition, you may choose two approved free choice modules from other Schools across the University. In your final year, as well as selecting from modules in history and politics and international relations, you may write a dissertation which enables you to bring together the various aspects of your studies. You will choose your modules from a range of options which may include: The Clash of Fundamentalisms; Power over the Pacific; Russia in Disraeli; Sex, Lies and Reputations; The Third Reich; Britain and the End of Empire; Communism and Nationalism in Yugoslavia; Nationalism in Central Europe: The Hapsburg Monarchy ; Politics of the Middle East; Stalin and Stalinism: The USSR ; Chamberlain, Churchill and Appeasement, ; and Liberalism in the Age of Cobden and Gladstone. See also the module list on page

5 International Relations / International Studies / European Studies International Studies BA International Studies UCAS code L000 This degree allows you to think about and examine some of the key issues that confront the modern world. It explores the relations between states; it allows you to compare countries and their cultures; and it enables you to reflect upon such important phenomena as globalisation and its impact on the contemporary world. You will develop important analytical and research skills, broaden your knowledge, and gain a sophisticated understanding of contemporary international affairs. The core modules are taught by faculty in the School which includes experts in international relations, the Middle East, European and other area studies. The programme is unique in that, apart from the compulsory core modules and a designated number of social science modules within the School, it allows students to experience a genuinely international and interdisciplinary programme of study. The School has been conducting ESRC funded research into the role of celebrities in politics (Bob Geldof at Live8). You will take three compulsory modules: Social and Political Theory; Introduction to Contemporary Politics; and Introduction to International Relations. You will select three further modules which include the opportunity to learn a foreign language and from a list of modules which in previous years has included: Introduction to American Studies; Introduction to Anthropology; Economics and Society; Introduction to Modern History; Themes in Modern History; Issues and Controversies in Contemporary Spain; Discourse and Power; Introduction to Philosophy; Philosophical Perspectives; A Globalising World. You will take the compulsory module, International Politics Since 1945, and select two modules from a range that in previous years has included: America and Vietnam; Before King: The Struggle for Black Equality, ; Gender and Development; Latin American Development; South Asian Development; Public Choice; Modern Germany; Modern Spain; The European Convention on Human Rights; Politics in the USA; Russian Politics; The Body and Society; European Media and the EU: News and Documentary; Culture and Society; Language and Politics; and many more. In addition, you may choose two approved free choice modules from other Schools across the University. You will choose your modules from a range of options which in previous years has included: The American Dream; Human Rights; Globalisation and Economic Development; The Rise and Fall of British Power; Race and Violence in 20th Century America; Public Art, Performance and Memory; Russia in Revolution ; Politics of Foreign Policy: Castlereagh to Disraeli; Sex, Lies and Reputations; The Literature of World War I; Language, Gender and Sexual Identity; Politics of the Middle East and many more listed on page

6 International Relations / International Studies / European Studies European Studies with Politics BA European Studies with Politics UCAS code R8L2 This degree enables you to study European affairs within the context of the discipline of politics. Thus you will be introduced to the basic aspects of political analysis through the study of the role of legislatures and executives, constitutions, political parties and voting behaviour while you engage in the comparative analysis of different European political experiences such as those of Russia and Central and Eastern Europe. You will be able to understand how the European Union operates and how it relates to the rest of the world. Alongside the European backbone of compulsory modules, you have the opportunity to study languages, as well as to customise your degree course by steering towards subjects which are of relevance to you and your chosen career, with modules on, for example, European politics, economics, history, media, linguistics and literature. We offer options on the politics of America, Russia, and other European countries; on international relations and the EU; on democracy, utopias, and the history of political thought; on mass media, identity, and popular culture. You will take the following compulsory modules: Social and Political Theory; Introduction to Contemporary Politics; A Globalising World; and Introduction to International Relations. You will also select a further two modules from a choice that in previous years has included: Introduction to Anthropology; Introduction to Modern History; Introduction to Philosophy; Big Brother? The Politics and Sociology of Media and Culture; Economics and Society; Media Culture, Media Power; Themes in Modern History; French, Spanish and Globalisation; and Issues and Controversies in Contemporary Spain. You will take three compulsory modules: Introduction to the European Union; Britain and Europe; and Democratic Theory. You can select a further two modules from a range that in previous years has included: Modern Germany; The Holocaust; Modern Spain; Imperial Russian and Soviet History, ; EC Law; Contemporary Scandinavia; Russian Politics; Culture and Society; and International Organisations. In addition, you may choose one approved free choice module from other Schools across the University. You will choose your modules from a range of options which in previous years has included: Western Political Thought; Poland: Stalinism and Solidarity; Russia in Disraeli; and Sex, Lies and Reputations. See also the module list on page

7 International Relations / International Studies / European Studies European Studies with Optional Language BA European Studies with Optional Language UCAS code R901 This degree offers you the opportunity to combine your understanding of contemporary Europe with the study of modern languages. It is distinctive in its interdisciplinary approach for it offers you the opportunity to acquire a better understanding of European cultures and societies, as well as the nature of integration and interdependence amongst European nations. You will learn to identify the effect of international events on European politics, and the changing nature of an ever-expanding European Union and will be able to develop essential analytical and research skills. You will have the opportunity to study languages such as French, German, Spanish, Italian, Greek and Russian at subsidiary level, as part of your free choice, and you can also spend one semester abroad at one of our partner universities, sponsored by the EU s ERASMUS programme. Alternatively, you may opt for our joint programme, European Studies with Politics. You will take three compulsory modules: Introduction to Contemporary Politics; A Globalising World; and Introduction to International Relations. You will also choose another three modules from a range that in previous years has included: Economics and Society; Introduction to Modern History; Themes in Modern History; Issues and Controversies in Contemporary Spain; Introduction to Philosophy; Philosophical Perspectives; Social and Political Theory; Big Brother? The Politics and Sociology of Media and Culture. You can also choose to do a language as one of your options. You will take two compulsory modules: Introduction to the European Union; and Britain and Europe, and select three modules from a choice that in previous years has included: Modern Germany; The Holocaust; Modern Spain; Imperial Russian and Soviet History, ; EC Law; Contemporary Scandinavia; Russian Politics; Culture and Society; and International Organisations. You can also choose to do a language as one of your options. In addition, you may choose one approved free choice module from other Schools across the University. You will choose your modules from a range of options which in previous years has included: Western Political Thought; Poland: Stalinism and Solidarity; Russia in Disraeli; and Sex, Lies and Reputations, as well as those listed under year 2. See too the module list on page 233. You can also choose to do a language as one of your options. 170

Programme specification. SOAS, University of London

Programme specification. SOAS, University of London Programme specification SOAS, University of London The following information forms the programme specification at SOAS, University of London. It gives definitive information relating to a programme of

More information

Undergraduate Politics and International Relations

Undergraduate Politics and International Relations Undergraduate Politics and International Relations Faculty of Social Sciences and Law Attending the University of Bristol was a life-changing experience. It was an opportunity to meet with other like-minded

More information

Politics and International Relations

Politics and International Relations Undergraduate Politics and International Relations Politics is one of the most important of all human activities, and its study is central to the social sciences. Central to the study of politics and international

More information

BSc Money, Banking and Finance

BSc Money, Banking and Finance BSc Be a bright light in the Big City: our programme combines the analytical rigour of an economics degree with practical focus on banking, accounting, law and finance. Create impact. Birmingham Business

More information

Programme specification. SOAS, University of London

Programme specification. SOAS, University of London Programme specification SOAS, University of London The following information forms the programme specification at SOAS, University of London. It gives definitive information relating to a programme of

More information

Make a Major difference to your degree. Flexible Learning at Southampton

Make a Major difference to your degree. Flexible Learning at Southampton Make a Major difference to your degree. Flexible Learning at Southampton 2 Studying a Minor subject allows you to broaden your educational experience Make a Major difference to your degree by choosing

More information

SCHOOL OF GLOBAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS. Taught Masters programmes

SCHOOL OF GLOBAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS. Taught Masters programmes SCHOOL OF GLOBAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS Taught Masters programmes What s special about studying in the Department of International Relations at Sussex? With a history that spans

More information

List A: Economics course options (all students must take at least 1 course from this list)

List A: Economics course options (all students must take at least 1 course from this list) MASTERS PROGRAM IN INTERNATIONAL AND AREA STUDIES SUGGESTED COURSES Note that the below are suggested courses. For other possible courses, please check with the Graduate Assistant and the Chair of the

More information

Academic Programs General Studies 67. Students wishing to obtain a Liberal Arts Studies degree may pursue any one of two options:

Academic Programs General Studies 67. Students wishing to obtain a Liberal Arts Studies degree may pursue any one of two options: Academic Programs General Studies 67 GENERAL STUDIES Dr. Allison B. Jablonski, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs General Studies courses are offerings of general interest. LIBERAL ARTS STUDIES MAJOR

More information

Kansas Board of Regents Precollege Curriculum Courses Approved for University Admissions

Kansas Board of Regents Precollege Curriculum Courses Approved for University Admissions Kansas Board of Regents Precollege Curriculum Courses Approved for University Admissions Original Publication April 6, 2011 Revision Dates June 13, 2011 May 23, 2012 Kansas Board of Regents Precollege

More information

Political Science Courses-1. American Politics

Political Science Courses-1. American Politics Political Science Courses-1 American Politics POL 110/American Government Examines the strengths and weaknesses, problems and promise of representative democracy in the United States. Surveys the relationships

More information

INTERNATIONAL STUDIES AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

INTERNATIONAL STUDIES AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS 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:

More information

Undergraduate Catalog

Undergraduate Catalog Department Head: Professor John T. Rourke Department Office: Room 137, Monteith Building Undergraduate Catalog 1998-1999 POLITICAL SCIENCE (POLS) For major requirements, see the College of Liberal Arts

More information

Masters in Middle East, Caucasus and Central Asian Security Studies

Masters in Middle East, Caucasus and Central Asian Security Studies International Relations - MECCASS - MLitt & MPhil - 2015/6 - November 2015 Masters in Middle East, Caucasus and Central Asian Security Studies Also Postgraduate Diploma and MPhil Taught Element, and PG

More information

www.civitas.edu.pl/english

www.civitas.edu.pl/english www.civitas.edu.pl/english Admissions Office address: Palace of Culture and Science, 12th floor Plac Defilad 1 00-901 Warsaw, Poland tel: (48) (22) 656 71 89 fax: (48) (22) 656 71 75 e-mail: admissions@collegium.edu.pl

More information

BA in Political Science and International Affairs

BA in Political Science and International Affairs College of Social Sciences and Humanities 517 RESIDENCY REQUIREMENT Students must earn a minimum of 64 Northeastern University semester hours in order to receive a bachelor s degree. UNIVERSITY-WIDE REQUIREMENTS

More information

International Studies Requirements

International Studies Requirements International Studies Requirements Component III: Approved Cognates Courses course attribute CANC *Highly recommended course because of its international content and/or the likelihood that it coordinates

More information

Undergraduate Economics, Finance and Management

Undergraduate Economics, Finance and Management Undergraduate Economics, Finance and Management Faculty of Social Sciences and Law An economics degree from Bristol teaches you how to think, a very important skill that most people find difficult to really

More information

PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION KEY FACTS. Programme name Journalism AND Sociology. Department or equivalent Journalism. Total UK credits 360 Total ECTS 180

PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION KEY FACTS. Programme name Journalism AND Sociology. Department or equivalent Journalism. Total UK credits 360 Total ECTS 180 PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION KEY FACTS Programme name Journalism AND Sociology Award BA (Hons) School School of Arts Department or equivalent Journalism UCAS Code LP35 Programme code UJJASO Type of study Full

More information

Appendix. 981021 Chinese(1) 2 981022 Chinese(2) 2 982021 English(1) 2 982022 English(2) 2 985021 Public Service(1) 0 985022 Public Service(2) 0 983001

Appendix. 981021 Chinese(1) 2 981022 Chinese(2) 2 982021 English(1) 2 982022 English(2) 2 985021 Public Service(1) 0 985022 Public Service(2) 0 983001 Bachelor Program Minimum Credit Required: 129 credits. Mutual Courses: 19 credits. General Courses: 12 1. Mutual Courses (1) Basic Courses (Prescribed Courses: 13 credits) Code Course Credits Appendix

More information

Political Science. 222 2014-2016 Haigazian University

Political Science. 222 2014-2016 Haigazian University Political Science Coordinator: Maximilian Felsch, Ph.D. The Faculty of Social and Behavioral Sciences offers the Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) degree in Political Science. On completion of the degree in Political

More information

Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) Degree Completion Program

Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) Degree Completion Program Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) Degree Completion Program Note that the intended audience for the BBA degree completion program is the graduate of an AA or AS with a liberal arts and/or science

More information

Masters in Middle East, Caucasus and Central Asian Security Studies

Masters in Middle East, Caucasus and Central Asian Security Studies International Relations - MECCASS - MLitt & MPhil - 2016/7 - December 2016 Masters in Middle East, Caucasus and Central Asian Security Studies Also Postgraduate Diploma and MPhil Taught Element, and PG

More information

LIVERPOOL HOPE UNIVERSITY

LIVERPOOL HOPE UNIVERSITY LIVERPOOL HOPE UNIVERSITY FACULTY OF ARTS AND HUMANITIES POLITICS & INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS YOUR FUTURE STARTS WITH HOPE 021015 Politics & International Relations Fact File Faculty: Arts and Humanities

More information

POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION

POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION Programme Title: Awarding Body: Final Awards: Teaching Institution: MA International Relations MA International Policy and Diplomacy Staffordshire University MA, PG

More information

The UK s European university BRUSSELS SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL STUDIES. Graduate study

The UK s European university BRUSSELS SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL STUDIES. Graduate study The UK s European university BRUSSELS SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL STUDIES Graduate study BRUSSELS: THE CAPITAL OF EUROPE Home to the main institutions of the European Union and numerous European and international

More information

Broaden your horizons with Arts. Arts Broadening Units

Broaden your horizons with Arts. Arts Broadening Units Broaden your horizons with Arts Arts Broadening Units Why choose broadening units in Arts? There are 25 majors in Arts Arts offers a wide range of Category A (Global) and Category B broadening units for

More information

FOREIGN LANGUAGE, BACHELOR OF ARTS (B.A.) WITH A CONCENTRATION IN SPANISH

FOREIGN LANGUAGE, BACHELOR OF ARTS (B.A.) WITH A CONCENTRATION IN SPANISH VCU 1 FOREIGN LANGUAGE, BACHELOR OF ARTS (B.A.) WITH A CONCENTRATION IN SPANISH Mar Góngora Associate professor and program coordinator, Spanish worldstudies.vcu.edu/spanish (http://worldstudies.vcu.edu/spanish)

More information

Programme Structure International Masters in Economy, State and Society with reference to Central & Eastern Europe

Programme Structure International Masters in Economy, State and Society with reference to Central & Eastern Europe Programme Structure International Masters in Economy, State and Society with reference to Central & Eastern Europe YEAR 1 (60 ECTS) UCL Language (0 or 12 ECTS) Language (New unless intermediate available):

More information

Department of Political Science

Department of Political Science Colorado State University 1 Department of Political Science Office in Clark Building, Room C346 (970) 491-5156 polisci.colostate.edu (http://polisci.colostate.edu) Professor Michele Betsill, Chair Undergraduate

More information

University of Łódź Faculty of International Studies and Political Science Specialization: International Encounters in Culture

University of Łódź Faculty of International Studies and Political Science Specialization: International Encounters in Culture University of Łódź Faculty of International Studies and Political Science Specialization: International Encounters in Culture International Encounters in Culture is a Bachelor program hosted by the Faculty

More information

PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMMES KEY FACTS. School of Arts and Social Sciences Department or equivalent Department of Psychology

PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMMES KEY FACTS. School of Arts and Social Sciences Department or equivalent Department of Psychology PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMMES KEY FACTS Programme name Psychology Award BSc (Hons) School School of Arts and Social Sciences Department or equivalent Department of Psychology UCAS Code

More information

International Communications and Development

International Communications and Development PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMMES KEY FACTS Programme name International Communications and Development Award MA School School of Arts and Social Sciences Department or equivalent Department

More information

Arts, Humanities and Social Science Faculty

Arts, Humanities and Social Science Faculty MA in Public Policy (full-time) For students entering in 2014/5 Awarding Institution: Teaching Institution: Relevant QAA subject Benchmarking group(s): Faculty: Programme length: Date of specification:

More information

Study Program Handbook International Relations: Politics and History

Study Program Handbook International Relations: Politics and History Study Program Handbook International Relations: Politics and History Bachelor of Arts Jacobs University Undergraduate Handbook IRPH - Matriculation Fall 2015 Page: ii Contents 1 The International Relations:

More information

World History Course Summary Department: Social Studies. Semester 1

World History Course Summary Department: Social Studies. Semester 1 World History Course Summary Department: Social Studies All World History courses (Honors or otherwise) utilize the same targets and indicators for student performance. However, students enrolled in Honors

More information

PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMMES KEY FACTS. School of Arts and Social Sciences Department or equivalent Department of Psychology

PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMMES KEY FACTS. School of Arts and Social Sciences Department or equivalent Department of Psychology PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMMES KEY FACTS Programme name Psychology Award BSc (Hons) School School of Arts and Social Sciences Department or equivalent Department of Psychology UCAS Code

More information

Political Science/Public Administration

Political Science/Public Administration 166 College of Arts and Sciences Political Science/Public Administration James B. Hogan, PhD, Chair Objectives Politics is essential to the human condition. It is expressed in patterns of influence among

More information

Here is the list of history courses with cross listings and how they fit in each of the sections of the History Major.

Here is the list of history courses with cross listings and how they fit in each of the sections of the History Major. Here is the list of history courses with cross listings and how they fit in each of the sections of the History Major. Note: if you take a History course that is cross listed and you take it under the

More information

Programme Specification

Programme Specification Programme Specification Title: International Business Final Award: Bachelor of Arts with Honours (BA (Hons)) With Exit Awards at: Certificate of Higher Education (CertHE) Diploma of Higher Education (DipHE)

More information

MAJOR SEMESTER CHECKSHEET B.A. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE

MAJOR SEMESTER CHECKSHEET B.A. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE MAJOR SEMESTER CHECKSHEET B.A. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE Student Name University ID No. Advisor GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS: REFER TO THE COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS (CoLA) CHECKSHEET. The CoLA checksheet lists detailed

More information

McGill School of Social Work BSW Program. Pre-Approved Social Science Complementary and Elective Courses A. SOCIAL SCIENCE COMPLEMENTARY COURSES

McGill School of Social Work BSW Program. Pre-Approved Social Science Complementary and Elective Courses A. SOCIAL SCIENCE COMPLEMENTARY COURSES Updated in June 2012 McGill School of Social Work BSW Program Pre-Approved Social Science Complementary and Elective Courses A. SOCIAL SCIENCE COMPLEMENTARY COURSES 90-credit BSW students need to take

More information

International Relations

International Relations International Relations MA Greenwich Campus gre.ac.uk/ach/hpss Why study this programme? MA International Relations offers a varied and interesting approach to the study of international politics, focusing

More information

Professor W B Walker. *Defence Studies (distance-learning course) International Political Thought International Security Studies

Professor W B Walker. *Defence Studies (distance-learning course) International Political Thought International Security Studies School of International Relations Head of School Degree Programmes Graduate Diploma: M.Litt.: M.Phil.: Professor W B Walker *Defence Studies (distance-learning course) International Political Thought International

More information

Degree Type Bachelor of Arts (BA) Degree Title History

Degree Type Bachelor of Arts (BA) Degree Title History Degree Type Bachelor of Arts (BA) Degree Title History As an integral part of a liberal arts education, history courses introduce students to different historical eras, diverse cultures, famous and ordinary

More information

history (his) History

history (his) History history (his) Mark R. Correll, Chair Mark T. Edwards David Rawson Charles E. White The fundamental purpose of the department of history, politics, and geography is to aid the student in gaining an understanding

More information

Programme Specification and Curriculum Map for MA International Relations

Programme Specification and Curriculum Map for MA International Relations Programme Specification and Curriculum Map for MA International Relations 1. Programme title MA International Relations 2. Awarding institution Middlesex University 3. Teaching institution Middlesex University

More information

EAST CHINA NORMAL UNIVERSITY. Courses in English. Shanghai, CHINA ECNU GLOBAL. Curriculum Program

EAST CHINA NORMAL UNIVERSITY. Courses in English. Shanghai, CHINA ECNU GLOBAL. Curriculum Program EAST CHINA NORMAL UNIVERSITY Shanghai, CHINA Courses in English INTRODUCTION East China Normal University East China Normal University, a national renowned university under the direct auspices of the Ministry

More information

SCHOOL OF POLITICS AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS QUAID-I-AZAM UNIVERSITY

SCHOOL OF POLITICS AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS QUAID-I-AZAM UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF POLITICS AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS QUAID-I-AZAM UNIVERSITY INTRODUCTION The School of Politics and International Relations (SPIR) at Quaid-i-Azam University is Pakistan s premier institution

More information

BA (HONOURS) IN CRIMINOLOGY

BA (HONOURS) IN CRIMINOLOGY SCHOOL OF SOCIOLOGY AND CRIMINOLOGY PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION BA (HONOURS) IN CRIMINOLOGY Introduction This document provides a summary of the main features of the undergraduate Single Honours programme

More information

Institute for Global Studies

Institute for Global Studies Institute for Global Studies Student Handbook Transitional Handbook: August October 2006 Institute for Global Studies 214 Social Sciences 267 19 th Ave South, Minneapolis, MN 55455 Main Office: 612-624-9007

More information

College of Arts and Sciences (Undergraduate)

College of Arts and Sciences (Undergraduate) College of Arts and Sciences (Undergraduate) Philosophy and Religious Studies - Undergraduate Log Number: 201408-57 Philosophy and Religious Studies - Undergraduate Change a degree-major of an existing

More information

EDUCATION STUDIES TRIPOS

EDUCATION STUDIES TRIPOS University of Cambridge: Programme Specifications Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the information contained in this programme specification. At the time of publication, the programme

More information

POLITICAL SCIENCE-POLS (POLS)

POLITICAL SCIENCE-POLS (POLS) Political Science-POLS (POLS) 1 POLITICAL SCIENCE-POLS (POLS) Courses POLS 101 American Government and Politics (GT-SS1) Credits: Principles, structures, and processes of American national government.

More information

Bachelor of Arts in History

Bachelor of Arts in History Stetson University Bachelor of Arts in History General Education Requirements The student must complete the General Education Requirements for the College of Arts and Sciences for the Bachelor of Arts

More information

Programme Specification. BA (Hons) Religion and Theology. Valid from: September 2012 Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences

Programme Specification. BA (Hons) Religion and Theology. Valid from: September 2012 Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences Programme Specification BA (Hons) Religion and Valid from: September 2012 Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences SECTION 1: GENERAL INFORMATION Awarding body: Teaching institution and location: Final

More information

FACULTY OF HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES PROFESSIONAL DEGREES

FACULTY OF HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES PROFESSIONAL DEGREES FACULTY OF HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES PROFESSIONAL DEGREES PROFESSIONAL DEGREES Degrees for an increasingly dynamic, competitive and multi-faceted workplace. The Professional Degree offerings are an

More information

Programme specification 2012/2013. School of Oriental and African Studies

Programme specification 2012/2013. School of Oriental and African Studies Programme specification 2012/2013 School of Oriental and African Studies The following information forms the programme specification at the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London.

More information

Programme Specification

Programme Specification Programme Specification Title: Globalising Justice Final Award: Master of Arts (MA) With Exit Awards at: Postgraduate Certificate (PG Cert) Postgraduate Diploma (PG Dip) Master of Arts (MA) To be delivered

More information

Interdisciplinary Degrees

Interdisciplinary Degrees 74 Interdisciplinary Degrees Degree options MLitt (One Year Full time) Coursework & 15,000-word Dissertation Central and East European Studies Environmental History Intellectual History Legal and Constitutional

More information

Programme Specification

Programme Specification Programme Specification Awarding Body/Institution Teaching Institution Queen Mary University of London Queen Mary University of London Name of Final Award and Programme Title MA in History MA in History

More information

Honours Political Science, Law and Politics Specialization

Honours Political Science, Law and Politics Specialization Department of Political Science Honours Political Science, Law and Politics Specialization This program offers a specialized concentration of learning within the four-year Honours Political Science degree.

More information

Philosophy Undergraduate

Philosophy Undergraduate Philosophy Undergraduate It took time for me to understand the value of studying something as abstract and non-specific as philosophy eventually I realised that my degree had given me an open mind, the

More information

SOCIAL STUDIES GRADE 9 MODERN WORLD HISTORY. I Can Checklist Office of Teaching and Learning Curriculum Division

SOCIAL STUDIES GRADE 9 MODERN WORLD HISTORY. I Can Checklist Office of Teaching and Learning Curriculum Division SOCIAL STUDIES MODERN WORLD HISTORY GRADE 9 I Can Checklist 2015-2016 Aligned with Ohio s Learning Standards for Social Studies Office of Teaching and Learning Curriculum Division 1 2 I can analyze a historical

More information

UNIVERSITY OF KENT. Degree and Programme Title BA Liberal Arts with integral Year Abroad

UNIVERSITY OF KENT. Degree and Programme Title BA Liberal Arts with integral Year Abroad Degree and Programme Title BA Liberal Arts with integral Year Abroad 1. Awarding Institution/Body University of Kent 2. Teaching Institution University of Kent 3. Teaching Site Canterbury 4. Programme

More information

DIABLO VALLEY COLLEGE CATALOG 2015-2016

DIABLO VALLEY COLLEGE CATALOG 2015-2016 HISTORY HIST Obed Vazquez, Dean Social Sciences Division Faculty Office Building, Room 136 Possible career opportunities The study of history contributes to cultural literacy, developing critical thinking

More information

COURSES FOR THE MAJOR AND MINOR IN EUROPEAN STUDIES (ES) (approval pending)

COURSES FOR THE MAJOR AND MINOR IN EUROPEAN STUDIES (ES) (approval pending) COURSES FOR THE MAJOR AND MINOR IN EUROPEAN STUDIES (ES) (approval pending) Note: Courses marked *, such as most "topics" courses, vary in content. They count for ES only if predominantly European in content

More information

FACULTY OF SOCIAL AND POLITICAL SCIENCES

FACULTY OF SOCIAL AND POLITICAL SCIENCES The Faculty of Social and Political Sciences is one of Indonesia s leading faculties in social subjects constituting of 7 Departments: Communication Studies, Criminology, International Relations, Political

More information

MA in Development MA in International Relations MA in International Security and Conflict Studies

MA in Development MA in International Relations MA in International Security and Conflict Studies MA in Development MA in International Security and Conflict Studies Ireland s Premier Programmes in International Affairs Full-time, evening and weekend offerings Wide range of electives Diverse international

More information

Louisiana World History

Louisiana World History Louisiana World History Louisiana History (Core Course: World History) World History 19. Explain the origins, developments, and consequences of the transatlantic slave trade between Africa and the Americas

More information

EUROPEAN COURSES OFFERED AT FIU

EUROPEAN COURSES OFFERED AT FIU EUROPEAN COURSES OFFERED AT FIU Florida International University Core EU Courses CPO 3103 Politics of Western Europe CPO 3104 Politics of the European Union CPO 4461 Politics of Eastern Europe CPO 4930

More information

THE DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES POLITICAL SCIENCE PROGRAM HANDBOOK

THE DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES POLITICAL SCIENCE PROGRAM HANDBOOK THE DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES POLITICAL SCIENCE PROGRAM HANDBOOK MAY 2015 Political Science Objectives 1. To study the structure and functions of government. 2. To understand political

More information

Development Studies and Global Political Economy Master List. Introductory courses:

Development Studies and Global Political Economy Master List. Introductory courses: Development Studies and Global Political Economy Master List Introductory courses: o Intro to Urban Studies (L18 101) o Intro to Microeconomics (L11 1011) o Intro to Macroeconomics (L11 1021) o Intro to

More information

A-H 106 RENAISSANCE THROUGH MODERN ART. (3) Historical development of Western art and architecture from the fourteenth century through the present.

A-H 106 RENAISSANCE THROUGH MODERN ART. (3) Historical development of Western art and architecture from the fourteenth century through the present. 101 INTRODUCTION TO VISUAL STUDIES. (3) The course introduces students to the concepts and techniques of visual literacy. It explores a full spectrum of man-made visual forms encountered by contemporary

More information

The York Social Policy Masters Programme

The York Social Policy Masters Programme The York Social Policy Masters Programme MA Comparative and International Social Policy MA Social Policy MRes Social Policy We offer three Masters-level degree programmes designed for those looking for

More information

Looking Ahead. History, Politics and Social Studies. A guide to studying these subjects at university and your opportunities afterwards

Looking Ahead. History, Politics and Social Studies. A guide to studying these subjects at university and your opportunities afterwards 11 Subjects inside include: American and European studies, childhood studies, history, international development and relations, politics and sociology Looking Ahead History, Politics and Social Studies

More information

Master of European Studies: Transnational and Global Perspectives

Master of European Studies: Transnational and Global Perspectives Master of European Studies: Transnational and Global Perspectives KU Leuven. Inspiring the outstanding. Discover KU Leuven Situated in Belgium, in the heart of Western Europe, KU Leuven has been a centre

More information

SCHOOL OF SOCIOLOGY AND CRIMINOLOGY PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION

SCHOOL OF SOCIOLOGY AND CRIMINOLOGY PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION SCHOOL OF SOCIOLOGY AND CRIMINOLOGY PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION PRINCIPAL PROGRAMME IN CRIMINOLOGY BA (HONS) Criminology Dual, Major and Minor Routes. Introduction This document provides a summary of the main

More information

THE LESTER AND SALLY ENTIN FACULTY OF HUMANITIES School of Jewish Studies School of History School of Cultural Studies School of Philosophy School of Education 069 Department of Geography and the Human

More information

FACULTY OF HUMANITIES

FACULTY OF HUMANITIES The Faculty of Humanities, Universitas Indonesia is one of the oldest faculties among the thirteen faculties at Universitas Indonesia. Founded in 1940 by the Dutch colonial administration, it has undergone

More information

MA in. and Genocide Studies MASTER OF ARTS IN HUMAN RIGHTS AND GENOCIDE STUDIES. Kingston University London

MA in. and Genocide Studies MASTER OF ARTS IN HUMAN RIGHTS AND GENOCIDE STUDIES. Kingston University London Human MA in Rights and Genocide Studies MASTER OF ARTS IN HUMAN RIGHTS AND GENOCIDE STUDIES University London MA in Human Rights and Genocide Studies Course overview In recent years there has been a growing

More information

Undergraduate 2015-16. Business & Management programmes

Undergraduate 2015-16. Business & Management programmes Undergraduate 2015-16 Business & Management programmes 1 2 3 4 5 5 reasons why You ll study at a top research-led University and gain an incisive and indepth understanding of business and how it works,

More information

POLITICAL SCIENCE. International Affairs Interdisciplinary Program Curriculum and Program Requirements DEPARTMENT

POLITICAL SCIENCE. International Affairs Interdisciplinary Program Curriculum and Program Requirements DEPARTMENT POLITICAL SCIENCE DEPARTMENT International Affairs Interdisciplinary Program Curriculum and Program Requirements Political Science University of Nevada, Reno www.unr.edu/cla/polisci page 1 PREFACE This

More information

1. Programme title and designation Intelligence and International Security

1. Programme title and designation Intelligence and International Security PROGRAMME APPROVAL FORM SECTION 1 THE PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION 1. Programme title and designation Intelligence and International Security 2. Final award Award Title Credit value ECTS Any special criteria

More information

Literacy Studies - Master's Degree Programme

Literacy Studies - Master's Degree Programme Literacy Studies - Master's Degree Programme Credits: 120 credits Level: Master's degree (2 years) Offered by: Faculty of Arts and Education, Department of Cultural Studies and Languages Grade name: Master

More information

MA in International Development

MA in International Development MA in International Development Overview International development is an exciting field of study at the forefront of international affairs exploring questions of poverty, inequality, social orders and

More information

BA (Hons) Ballet Education Programme Specification

BA (Hons) Ballet Education Programme Specification BA (Hons) Ballet Education PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION. Awarding Body University of Bath 2. Teaching Institution (if different) 3. Final Award BA (Hons) Ballet Education 4. Programme title/route/pathway BA

More information

EDUCATION ACT (CAP. 327)

EDUCATION ACT (CAP. 327) Legal Notice 11 of 2005 Malta Government Gazette No. 17,712 25 January 2005 Amended by: Legal Notice 112 of 2008 Malta Government Gazette No. 18,222 4 April 2008 Legal Notice 290 of 2009 Malta Government

More information

Department of Political and Cultural Studies College of Arts and Humanities

Department of Political and Cultural Studies College of Arts and Humanities Department of Political and Cultural Studies College of Arts and Humanities Research Specialisms and Supervisory Interests 1 Political and Cultural Studies is truly inter-disciplinary in its research culture

More information

Broken Arrow Public Schools AP World and European History Local Objectives

Broken Arrow Public Schools AP World and European History Local Objectives 1 st six weeks 1 Analyze the major civilizations before 1500 and evaluate the contributions of each era to the development of western civilization. (PASS 2-8) 2 Describe the political, social, and economic

More information

History. Bachelor of Arts Major in History. Objectives. Degree Offered. Major Offered. Minor Offered. International Studies.

History. Bachelor of Arts Major in History. Objectives. Degree Offered. Major Offered. Minor Offered. International Studies. History 123 History Thomas W. Taylor, PhD, Chair Objectives Defying classification as either humanity or social science, history functions as both. It focuses on the values, as well as the ideas, personalities,

More information

2015-2016 Academic Catalog

2015-2016 Academic Catalog 2015-2016 Academic Catalog International Relations Director: Fukuoka Committee on International Relations Major: Baglione(POL), Balasubramaniam (ECN), Carter(HIS), Chakars(HIS), Fukuoka(POL), Pardo(ECN),

More information

PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMMES. Cass Business School Department or equivalent UG Programme (Cass Business School) UCAS Code

PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMMES. Cass Business School Department or equivalent UG Programme (Cass Business School) UCAS Code PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMMES KEY FACTS Programme name Business Studies Award BSc (Hons) School Cass Business School Department or equivalent UG Programme (Cass Business School) UCAS

More information

Institute of International Relations

Institute of International Relations Universit y of Warsaw Institute of International Studies in English at the Institute of International Institute of International University of Warsaw Founded in 1816 In the top 4% of World-Class Universities

More information

APPENDIX IV MODERN WORLD HISTORY DETAILED KEY CONCEPTS TOPIC 1: REVOLUTIONS IN THOUGHT

APPENDIX IV MODERN WORLD HISTORY DETAILED KEY CONCEPTS TOPIC 1: REVOLUTIONS IN THOUGHT APPENDIX IV MODERN WORLD HISTORY DETAILED KEY CONCEPTS TOPIC 1: REVOLUTIONS IN THOUGHT KEY CONCEPT 1.1: Analyze how the Scientific Revolution and the Enlightenment ideas impacted human thought. a. Identify

More information

EDUCATION ACT (CAP. 327)

EDUCATION ACT (CAP. 327) Legal Notice 11 of 2005 Malta Government Gazette No. 17,712 25 January 2005 Amended by: Legal Notice 112 of 2008 Malta Government Gazette No. 18,222 4 April 2008 Legal Notice 290 of 2009 Malta Government

More information

Bachelor of Arts (International Studies) Open Day 2008.

Bachelor of Arts (International Studies) Open Day 2008. Make Yourself at Home. Bachelor of Arts (International Studies) Open Day 2008. Is International Studies for you? Careers in a multicultural society and globalised economy Develop your capacity for critical

More information

REFERENCE POINTS FOR THE DESIGN AND DELIVERY OF DEGREE PROGRAMMES IN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

REFERENCE POINTS FOR THE DESIGN AND DELIVERY OF DEGREE PROGRAMMES IN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS REFERENCE POINTS FOR THE DESIGN AND DELIVERY OF DEGREE PROGRAMMES IN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS Definition of the subject area International relations is an interdisciplinary science which focuses on the

More information

Advertising and Marketing Communications with Language

Advertising and Marketing Communications with Language Advertising and Marketing Communications with Language BA Hons Greenwich Campus gre.ac.uk/business Why study this programme? This programme will help you to develop an in-depth knowledge of advertising

More information

BESS The Business, Economics and Social Studies Programme (TR081)

BESS The Business, Economics and Social Studies Programme (TR081) School of Social Sciences and Philosophy Trinity Business School BESS The Business, Economics and Social Studies Programme (TR081) www.tcd.ie/bess Business We have a host of top international professors

More information