BA International Relations

SOAS, University of London
En City of London (Inglaterra)

£ 9.000 - (10.589 )
IVA inc.

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  • Bachelor's degree
  • City of london (Inglaterra)
  • Duración:
    3 Years
Descripción

The SOAS BA International Relations degree provides a uniquely global and comparative approach to the study of world affairs. Through a study of world history and global power relations, students gain a better understanding of the sources of conflict and cooperation among states, shifts in the international economy, as well as the roles of culture, identity and ideas in world politics. Students finish the degree equipped with the conceptual tools and theoretical frameworks to understand contemporary world events.

The BA International relations programme is structured around a combination of disciplinary, regional and specialised courses, with opportunities to take other Politics option courses (e.g. Political Theory, government and Politics of the Middle east, Islam and Democracy) or a language.’

Teaching on the International relations degree focuses on providing students with individual attention and mentoring. All students are encouraged to specialise in a particular area of interest in their final year, by undertaking an independent study project, which pairs them with a member of staff. We also offer advice on careers, internships and further study in international affairs.

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Dónde se imparte y en qué fechas

Inicio Ubicación
15 octubre 2016
City of London
London, Inglaterra
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¿Qué aprendes en este curso?

International Relations
Politics
IT
Political Theory
International
Global
Government
Government Politics
World Politics
Global governance
Globalisation
Neoliberalism
Global
Global History
World Economy
international organisation
Decolonising

Temario

BA International Relations as a three year degree programme consists of four units each year. Students have the opportunity to choose from a wide range of disciplinary units. In addition, students have the option of taking ‘open’ courses offered by any other SOAS department. Our units or courses assume no previous disciplinary or regional knowledge. These are taught through lectures and tutorial seminars. Each course typically involves weekly lectures of 1 hour each and weekly tutorials of 1 hour each. YEAR ONE Module Code Unit value Term Availability Introduction to International Relations 153400085 1 Unit Full Year Introduction to Global History 153400084 1 Unit Full Year Introduction to Political Analysis 153400086 1 Unit Full Year And ONE of the following: Module Code Unit value Term Availability Introduction to Political Theory 153400001 1 Unit Full Year States, people, and power in Asia and Africa 153400056 1 Unit Full Year Introduction to Comparative Politics 153400079 1 Unit Full Year OR A first year course in another department Year Two TWO of the following: Module Code Unit value Term Availability War and the International 153400077 1 Unit Full Year Politics of the World Economy 153400083 1 Unit Full Year Religion and World Politics 153402000 1 Unit Full Year ONE or TWO of the following regional units: Module Code Unit value Term Availability International Relations of East Asia 153400078 1 Unit Full Year International Relations of Africa 153400090 1 Unit Full Year International Relations of the Middle East 153400081 1 Unit Full Year International Relations of South Asia 1.0 Unit And/or options from the following: Module Code Unit value Term Availability Government and politics of China 153400071 1 Unit Full Year Government and politics of South Asia 153400020 1 Unit Full Year Government and politics of the Middle East 153400060 1 Unit Full Year Southeast Asian government and politics 153400022 1 Unit Full Year The state and politics in Africa 153400064 1 Unit Full Year Taiwan's Politics and International Relations 153400072 1 Unit Full Year Comparative political sociology of Asia and Africa 153400067 1 Unit Full Year Introduction to Political Theory 153400001 1 Unit Full Year States, people, and power in Asia and Africa 153400056 1 Unit Full Year Political theory 153400054 1 Unit Full Year Politics of development 153400042 1 Unit Full Year Introduction to Comparative Politics 153400079 1 Unit Full Year OR A first year or second year course in another department Year Three AT LEAST ONE unit from the following: Module Code Unit value Term Availability Globalisation and global governance 153400070 0.5 Unit Term 2 Identity in international relations 153400073 0.5 Unit Term 1 The international organisation of world politics 153400068 0.5 Unit Term 1 Going Global: An Introduction to International Migration 153400088 0.5 Unit Term 2 African Political Thought 153402004 0.5 Unit Term 1 Decolonising the World 153402002 0.5 Unit Term 2 Key Debates on Neoliberalism 153402003 0.5 Unit Term 1

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OVERSEAS FEES:£16,250