(LO1) Basic appreciation of the dynamic processes of international politics and economics.
(LO2) An understandiung of a range of IPE theories, and why and how they evolved in response to developments
(LO3) Familiarity with recent developments in IPE (globalisation, regionalism, economic crises, etc.), and how they relate to IPE theories.
(LO4) Ability to compare and contrast theories and examine how they ‘fit’ with different periods of time and national and international circumstances.
(LO5) The ability to use technical vocabulary fluently.
(S1) Communication (oral, written and visual) - Presentation skills – oral
(S2) The ability to apply abstract ideas to real world contexts.
(S3) The appreciation of complexity, diversity of situations, events and distinguish the most relevant information.
(S4) To engage with new ideas and perspectives and develop that information into a presentable format.
(S5) Basic critical skills, including testing validity of statements and the operating the rules of evidence.
(S6) Intellectual and research independence, derived from setting tasks and solving problems, exercising bibliographic skills, organising information, formulating appropriate questions, understanding the nature of the discipline.
(S7) Marshalling of argument in written and/or oral form.