International Politics - IPE Pathway (Research Route) MA

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  • Entry requirements
    Entry requirements: 2:1 (or overseas equivalent) in a Social Science subject.
  • Academic title
    International Politics - IPE Pathway (Research Route) MA
  • Course description
    Course description

    International Political Economy is a growing component of our Graduate Programme and an area in which the School is investing. Two compulsory course units are complemented by optional course units which allow a focus on issues of political and economic change and regulation at global or transnational level, or on the domestic and international politics and political economy of specific regions or states, or on further topics in IPE and international relations. Alternatively, the programme director may approve other course units offered in the Centre for International Politics or elsewhere in the School of Social Sciences, where they fit with the research plans of the individual, and with the broad interdisciplinary field of international political economy.

    Module details

    Compulsory Core Modules

    Critical Approaches to International Political Economy

    Globalisation and IPE

    Compulsory Research Training Modules

    Advanced Research in Politics

    Dissertation Research Design

    Qualitative Methods

    Quantitative Methods

    Philosophy of Social Science

    International Political Economy further module options

    Global Governance

    Gender, IR and International Political Economy

    The Political Economy of International Trade

    Post-Communist Transitions

    Migration and the Global Political Economy of Inequality

    Nations and Nationalisms in Europe

    Media and International Crises

    The EU as an International Actor

    Perspectives on Contemporary China

    Contemporary US Foreign Policy

    Post-Modern Thinkers

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