BA Development Studies and International Relations

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  • Objectives
    This Joint Honours course gives you the opportunity to specialise in two disciplines, providing you with a greater career choice and a range of highly transferable skills. Taught by expert staff with extensive experience of working and conducting research on four continents, this multidisciplinary course attracts a cosmopolitan student body. The course prepares you for careers in organisations ranging from the diplomatic service, international aid organisations, the European Union or the United Nations to international companies, non-governmental organisations and the media.
  • Entry requirements
    You should have at least 200 points, including 160 points from two or more A-levels. English Language GCSE at grade C or above (or equivalent) is also required. These requirements may be varied in individual cases.
  • Academic title
    BA Development Studies and International Relations
  • Course description
    Course structure

    Joint Honours involves four modules from each level in Development Studies, and four from International Relations. You may also choose a Major/Minor combination after level 1.

    Level 1

        * The World and the West
        * International Relations I & II
        * Introduction to International and Political Studies
        * International Economic Growth
        * Global Perspectives on Development
        * Economics in Society

    Level 2

        * Approaches to International Relations
        * Economic Development
        * Employability for International and Political Studies
        * Structure and Process in International Relations
        * Global Political Economy
        * Society and Development in Latin America

    Level 3

        * International Relations in the Era of Globalisation
        * Political and Economic Development in Pacific Asia
        * Comparative Economic Development
        * International Security
        * Project
        * International Economic History

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