Module code: M1544
15 credits in spring semester
Teaching method: Seminar, Lecture
Assessment modes: Coursework, Unseen examination
In this module, you address the nature and functioning of international politics.
You are introduced to theories of international politics, through exploring a range of different traditions and approaches.
You then examine a number of key issues and concepts in international politics.
As part of the module, you apply these theories and concepts to a range of different regions.
Module learning outcomes
- Identify the major theoretical approaches to international politics and describe their key elements
- Apply an understanding of theories of international politics to explaining the nature of contemporary international politics
- Describe and identify a key issue or concept in international politics