Please check the Sheffield Hallam University website for the latest information. Course Summary Explore the theory, practice and discipline of international relations in an age of increasing challenges and crises.
- Gain a critical understanding of the theory and practice of international relations.
- Explore the political, cultural, social, and economic crises facing the world today.
- Learn how patterns of power, knowledge and inequality are reproduced globally.
- Develop practical expertise in non-violent communication and conflict resolution.
- interactive workshops
- lectures and seminars
- independent study
- personal supervision
- practical activities and group work
- special guest lectures
- charity and community work
- the politics of the European Union and NATO
- the politics of welfare, terrorism and counterterrorism
- the political theory of new social movements
- war and security studies
Module and assessment information for future years is displayed as currently validated and may be liable to change. Please be aware that due to the way in which this particular MA is structured, not all modules listed here will be offered in any given year and therefore elective modules are not applicable to this course. For further information on the structure of the MA please contact the course leader. COMPULSORY MODULES: Communities In Crisis, Decolonising And Decentring, International Relations, Dissertation, European (Dis)Integration, Gender And Sexualities In Global Context, International Relations In Theory And Practice, Parties And Politics In 21St Century Britain: Crisis Or Convergence?, Peacemaking Communication, Research Methods, Seminar Series/Conference Organisation, Terrorism: Violent Threat And Security Response, The Rise (And Fall) Of The Welfare State In International Society, and Western Political Theory In/And Crisis.
A UK undergraduate degree at 2:2 or above in international relations, politics, or a related field (or equivalent overseas qualification). ENGLISH LANGUAGE QUALIFICATIONS: It is expected that students are proficient in the English language and, where appropriate, have an overall 6.5 in IELTS, with a minimum of 6.0 in writing. In some circumstances, students without traditional undergraduate qualifications will be considered. It is envisaged that these applicants will have relevant work experience.
Fees and funding
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