Politics (Single Honours)

Course overview

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Qualification Bachelor's Degree
Study mode Full-time
Duration 3 years
Intakes September
Tuition (Local students) $ 34,952
Tuition (Foreign students) $ 47,989
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$ 34,952
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$ 47,989
Foreign students

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Entry Requirements

  • A Level: BBB/ ABC
  • International Baccalaureate: 32 points
  • BTEC: DDM.   
  • GSCE: English Language and Mathematics or Science at C or above
  • Completion of Diploma 1 with 7 or above. 
  • STPM Principal passes in a minimum of three subjects. Distinction comparable to A level grade A, Credit (higher) comparable to A level grade B and Credit (lower) comparable to A level grade C. Check A level requirements for your chosen course.

English Language Requirement

  • IELTS: 6.0 (subtests 5.5)             
  • Pearson, PTE: 59 (components 51)           
  • Cambridge English First(foundations) and Advanced: 169 (subtests 162)

Curriculum

First year

Core modules: 

  • Why Politics Matters
  • British Politics Since 1945
  • Modern Democracies
  • Authority & Power

Elective modules: 

  • Introduction to International Relations
  • The Changing World: A History of International Relations since 1945
  • The Politics of Sustainability
  • Media in America
  • Debates in American Politics
  • Environmental Ethics
  • Introduction to Global Political Economy
  • Securing Global Order

Second year

Core modules:

  • Approaches to Political Analysis

Optional core modules: 

  • Freedom and Equality
  • Why Policy Changes

Elective modules: 

  • Balkan Politics & Society
  • Contemporary International Relations Theory
  • Environmental Politics & Policy
  • German Government & Politics
  • Russian Politics and Society
  • The United Nations inWorld Politics
  • U.S. Government & Politics
  • Study Abroad
  • British Government & Politics
  • Comparing the US and UK
  • International Relations of Eurasia
  • Peace, Conflict and Security: Theories and Practice
  • Power to the People: understanding the origins of Western politics
  • Quantitative Methods
  • The European Union: Institutions and Policies
  • The Practice of Politics
  • Work Experience in Politics, International Relations and Philosophy 

Third year

Core modules:

  • Researching and Dissertation Writing in Politics and International Relations 

Elective modules:

  • Arms Control and Disarmament
  • Communism and Post-Communism in Eastern Europe
  • Democracy in Post-authoritarian states: Austria in Comparative Perspective
  • Eco-Cities
  • Education Politics and Policy
  • The European Union and Eastern Europe
  • Feminist Theory
  • Human Rights: Concepts, Norms and Identities
  • Individual and Community
  • Political Parties: Origins and Organisation
  • Russia and Europe: Hopes for Partnership, Legacy of Confrontation
  • Soviet Foreign Policy from Khrushchev to Gorbachev
  • Sport in Global Politics: A Neglected Dimension
  • The European Union and Eastern Europe
  • The Global South
  • The Left in Modern Politics
  • The Missing Dimension: Conspiracies, Spying and International Relations
  • The Political Economy of Sustainable Development
  • The Modern Middle East: Conflict, Competition and Cooperation
  • The US Presidency
  • Understanding Terrorism and Counter-Terrorism
  • British State and Society in the Cold War
  • Citizenship and the Environment
  • Citizenship in Theory and Practice
  • Complex Social-Ecological Systems
  • End of Empire
  • Environmental Politics in the US
  • Gender, Justice and the Environment
  • Modern Russia
  • Party Systems and Elections
  • Policing International Order
  • Political Parties in Divided Societies: Austria in Comparative Perspective
  • Proliferation
  • Protest and Social Movements
  • Risk, Security and Liberal Governance
  • The Extreme Right inWestern Europe
  • The Foundations of Political Economy
  • The Northern Dimension: Resources, Environment and Security in the Arctic
  • The Other Middle East: Power, People and Politics
  • Urban Politics 

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