International Relations and Business
Gain a specialist knowledge of the big issues which affect the world we live in. You will develop a knowledge of international politics, analyse the theory and practice of international economic relations and how these relate to global challenges. You will learn how to respond to these issues within a business or organisational environment.
As a Global Studies graduate, you will be a competent global citizen. In addition to language skills and related regional knowledge, your research skills and strong practical knowledge will prepare you for leadership roles in a variety of sectors including foreign affairs, NGOs, international media, education and tourism.
|Stage I||ECON 151, ECON 152, GLOBAL 101, HISTORY 103, POLITICS 106|
|Stage II||ANTHRO 242, ECON 201, ECON 232, ECON 241, GEOG 202, GLOBAL 277, GLOBAL 278,GLOBAL 279, GLOBAL 280, INTBUS 201, INTBUS 202, POLITICS 256, SOCIOL 208|
|Stage III||ECON 341, ECON 343, GEOG 302, GEOG 307, GEOG 312, GLOBAL 377, GLOBAL 378, GLOBAL 379, GLOBAL 380, INTBUS 305, INTBUS 306, POLITICS 316, POLITICS 341, POLITICS 343, POLITICS 355, LAWPUBL 432, LAWPUBL 435, LAWPUBL 462, SOCIOL 317, SOCIOL 336|
You will need to pass at least 150 points (10 courses) from those listed above, including at least 45 points (three courses) at Stage III. Each course is worth 15 points.
If you are taking the Bachelor of Global Studies as part of a conjoint programme, you will need to pass at least 120 points (8 courses) from those listed above, including at least 45 points (three courses) at Stage III. Each course is worth 15 points.
Your major must include at least 45 points from ECON 151 or 152, GLOBAL 101, HISTORY 103 and POLITICS 106.
- Foreign correspondent
- Intercultural communications consultant
- International sales or marketing specialist
- International trade consultant
- Policy analyst