Department of Government, Sociology, Social Work & Psychology
B.Sc. International Relations
International Relations with a Minor
International Relations with two Minors

Please note that this programme structure acts as a guideline, refer to your Undergraduate Handbook for official programme information.


LEVEL I

1.  One  (1) of:   
FOUN 1006            Exposition for Academic Purposes OR                      
FOUN 1008            An Introduction to Professional Writing                             
2.  One (1) of:
FOUN 1101            Caribbean Civilisation OR                                     
FOUN1210             Science, Medicine and Technology                        
3.  GOVT 1000       Introduction to Political Institutions and Analysis                             
4.  GOVT 1011       Introduction to Caribbean Politics                          
5.  INRL 1000        Introduction to International Relations                   
6.  MGMT1000       Introduction to Computers                                     
7.  SOCI 1001       Introduction to Social Research                                                
8.  SOCI 1005       Introductory Statistics for the Behavioural Sciences         
9-10 Any two (2) approved Level I courses from the following disciplines:
Economics, History, Sociology, Foreign Languages
Or Any Level I prerequisite for courses to be taken at levels II/III
 
 LEVELS II & III

1.  GOVT 2014       Western Political Thought                                      
2.  GOVT 2047       Principles of Public International Law                                 
3.  GOVT 2062       Introduction to International Security                                     
4.  GOVT 3014       Theories of International Politics                                            
5.  GOVT 3015       International Politics and Political Economy          
6.  GOVT 3025       International Environmental Politics                       
7.  GOVT 3046       Introduction to International Organizations            
8.  GOVT 3049       Caribbean International Politics                                              
9.  GOVT 3050       Comparative Foreign Policy: Developed and Developing States                               
10. GOVT 3055      Theories and Practices of Int’l Negotiations
                              & Diplomacy                                                       
11. GOVT 3075      Int’l Trade & Finance in the Global Pol. Econ.      
12. GOVT 3076      International Development in Global Politics         
13. GOVT 3077      Caribbean Regionalism and World Affairs            
14. SOCI 2006      Qualitative Research Methods                                
15. SOCI 2007      Survey Design and Analysis                                  
16–20.    Any five (5) approved Level II/III courses.

 















 

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