International Relations

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BA International Relations

The International relations major emphasises the understanding of global issues and world cultures, and traces the political, social, ideological and economic history of the world. The curriculum is designed to enable you to examine and understand the complexities and processes involved in the relationships between institutions of international governance. You will explore the dynamics, structural characteristics, humanitarian issues and international political economics operating within the global community. 

This major will enable you to develop

  • Theoretical understanding of global issues
  • The ability to design policy solutions
  • Experience of effective oral a…

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BA International Relations

The International relations major emphasises the understanding of global issues and world cultures, and traces the political, social, ideological and economic history of the world. The curriculum is designed to enable you to examine and understand the complexities and processes involved in the relationships between institutions of international governance. You will explore the dynamics, structural characteristics, humanitarian issues and international political economics operating within the global community. 

This major will enable you to develop

  • Theoretical understanding of global issues
  • The ability to design policy solutions
  • Experience of effective oral and written communication
  • Public speaking skills
  • Critical thinking skills
  • Analytical skills
  • Experience of using research methodology
  • Experience of speaking a foreign language 

Benefits of studying International Relations at RACL

  • Use of London as a classroom with field trips to many archive houses and Parliament 
  • Exclusive discounted membership to Chatham House
  • Participation in the Model United Nations
  • Participation in the Webster Geneva campus' annual Humanitarian Conference, which features speakers such as teh UN High Commissioner for Human Rights
  • Renowned guest lecturers and visiting professors
  • Academics with a wealth of experience both within academia and in practice
  • Renowned guest lecturers who speak on current topics in international relations.
  • International student body providing an exciting forum to discuss international problems within the classroom
  • Study abroad opportunity with other international Webster campuses in the USA, Europe and Asia
  • Opportunity to complement major with a minors in Political Science, History, Public Relations and all other majors on offer.

Potential Career Opportunities:

Graduates from the BA in International Relations degree have found employment in

  • Government departments and agencies
  • Policy development
  • International organisations
  • International business
  • Journalism
  • Not-for-profit sector
  • Law
  • International media

Degree Curriculum

You will undertake the following core courses:

  • HIST 3100 Diplomatic History OR
  • HIST 3130 History of Human Rights OR
  • HIST 3150 International Affairs
  • INTL 1500 The World System since 1500
  • INTL 2030 International Law
  • INTL 2700 Methods of Political Enquiry
  • INTL 3100 International Political Economy
  • INTL 3500 Environmental and Energy Security OR
  • INTL 3800 International Security
  • INTL 3700 International Organisations
  • POLT 1050 Introduction fo International Relations
  • POLT 1070 Introduction to Political Theory
  • POLT 1080 Introduction to Comparative Politics
  • POLT 2250 Politics of the Industrialised World OR
  • POLT 2550 The Politics of Development
  • POLT 3310 Conduct of Foreign Policy
  • INTL 4600 Senior Seminar OR
  • INTL 4700 Senior Thesis
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