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  • International Relations
  • Politics

Political Science - International Relations

Introduction

International relations is a branch of political science. This course mainly studies diplomatic affairs and relations between international communities, such as countries, governments, non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and multinational companies. Students not only learn about political theories, but also other knowledge such as economy, history, law, legal studies, geography, society, psychology, culture and international relations. Students will also be exposed with globalization, territorial disputes, nuclear crises, nationalism, economic development, terrorism, human rights and other topics, and will study and discuss about the latest international current affairs.

 

Study Subjects

  • Political Science
  • Political Philosophy
  • Political Ethics
  • Diplomatic History
  • Law of the Sea
  • International Organizations
  • Foreign Policy
  • Regional Policy
  • International Affairs

 

Career Opportunities

Graduates can generally served as civil servants in relevant government departments or further their studies to become diplomatic officials, international relations, experts, commentators and etc.

Political Science - Politics

Introduction

Politics is to study people and their relationship to authority. They study how individuals think and act diplomatically, values and positions on issues. Politics degree are likely to examination of past and current political conflicts; different models and mechanisms of government; concepts such as freedom, equality and human rights; and ideologies such as communism, anarchism and liberalism. It prepare student in many forms of employment as well as further study. You will develop reasoning, gain analytical and practical skills including the ability to conduct research, build competence in oral and written communication and IT, all of which are important in today's employment market.

 

Study Subjects

You may choose to study politics as part of a major or double major, with popular accompaniments including history, philosophy, international relations and economics.

 

Career Opportunities

Lobbyist, Political Campaign Manager, Policy Analyst, Market Research Analyst, International Business Development Manager, Legislative Assistant, Legislative Analyst, Paralegal, Public Relations Specialist, Journalist, Editor

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  • International Relations
  • Politics

Political Science - International Relations

Introduction

International relations is a branch of political science. This course mainly studies diplomatic affairs and relations between international communities, such as countries, governments, non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and multinational companies. Students not only learn about political theories, but also other knowledge such as economy, history, law, legal studies, geography, society, psychology, culture and international relations. Students will also be exposed with globalization, territorial disputes, nuclear crises, nationalism, economic development, terrorism, human rights and other topics, and will study and discuss about the latest international current affairs.

 

Study Subjects

  • Political Science
  • Political Philosophy
  • Political Ethics
  • Diplomatic History
  • Law of the Sea
  • International Organizations
  • Foreign Policy
  • Regional Policy
  • International Affairs

 

Career Opportunities

Graduates can generally served as civil servants in relevant government departments or further their studies to become diplomatic officials, international relations, experts, commentators and etc.

Political Science - Politics

Introduction

Politics is to study people and their relationship to authority. They study how individuals think and act diplomatically, values and positions on issues. Politics degree are likely to examination of past and current political conflicts; different models and mechanisms of government; concepts such as freedom, equality and human rights; and ideologies such as communism, anarchism and liberalism. It prepare student in many forms of employment as well as further study. You will develop reasoning, gain analytical and practical skills including the ability to conduct research, build competence in oral and written communication and IT, all of which are important in today's employment market.

 

Study Subjects

You may choose to study politics as part of a major or double major, with popular accompaniments including history, philosophy, international relations and economics.

 

Career Opportunities

Lobbyist, Political Campaign Manager, Policy Analyst, Market Research Analyst, International Business Development Manager, Legislative Assistant, Legislative Analyst, Paralegal, Public Relations Specialist, Journalist, Editor

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