Last modified: 25 May 2018 11:16
Politics and International Relations impacts on all parts of our lives, with more specifically it being the study of ideas, events, institutions and choice. Studying these provides us with both knowledge of the world and also how it operates and functions. It also changes our perception of our surroundings and makes us aware of an ever changing global context. This course will introduce students to concepts and ideas that form the basis for the study of these disciplines while simultaneously also helping us understand our own place within a global context.
|Session||Second Sub Session||Credit Points||15 credits (7.5 ECTS credits)|
|Campus||Old Aberdeen||Sustained Study||No|
This course will introduce students to core concepts and ideas which will form part of the foundations for the study of Politics and International Relations at university. Key concepts which will be examined are Peace & Conflict, Governance, Rights and some Politics and International Relations theories.
Main Learning Outcomes
An understanding of core concepts and ideas which will form part of the foundations for the study of Politics and International Relations at university. This will include Peace & Conflict, Governance, Rights and some Politics and International Relations theories.
In addition, students will also acquire a self-reliant and self-critical approach and also effective oral and written communication and analysis.
The course will examine a number of key issues that are fundamental to the study of Politics and International Relations. This will include Peace & Conflict, Governance, Rights and some Politics and International Relations theories. Each core concept will be examined in detail which will allow both the theoretical aspect of it and contemporary examples to be examined.
This is the total time spent in lectures, tutorials and other class teaching.
Online quiz 20%
Formative assessment will take place in the tutorials with oral feedback being provided for presentations.
Written feedback and oral will be provided for summative assessment and oral feedback will be provided for formative assessment.