For Admission

Phone :+39 06 94800183
Email : info@linkinternational.eu

Course Code: L-36

Dean: Joseph Mifsud

 

 

Objectives

The Bachelor’s  Degree in Political Science and International Relations of Link Campus University allows students to acquire the tools to read the contemporary socio-political dynamics, both at the national and international level.

For this purpose, this education integrates the traditional interdisciplinary courses of the Degree in Political Science (providing inside teachings of Law , Economics, Political Science, Sociology and History) with a comparative approach to political, economic, legal and institutional study  as well as analysis of the interaction between the political systems and technical media. Great attention is also reserved to the study of foreign languages.

At the end of the course, graduates will  acquire the skills to:

  • interpret institutional structures, formal rules and decision-making processes within contemporary  political and administrative systems, directing attention to their historical development with particular reference to European and international context;
  • understand the processes of formation and implementation of public policies at a national and international level;
  • decipher the political processes through interpretations of an economic, legal, historical, political science and sociology order.

 

Job Opportunities

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The career paths that are opened  to graduate students  of Political Science and International Relations are:

- European and international institutions;

-  Central and local public administrations (elected assemblies, ministries, local authorities, health agencies, authorities, universities);

- Unions;

Enterprises and cooperatives (financial, commercial, manufacturing and service);

  • Third sector organizations (foundations, cooperatives, non-profit organization,NGO);
  • Offices and research centers of territorial bodies, research institutions andinternational organizations

 

 

 

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Study Plan of the Course 

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Module Credits
I Year                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             
Contemporary History  9
Political Science 9
General and Political Sociology 12
Political Economics 9
Statistics 9
Private Law Institutions 6
 Cultural Antropology 9
 II Year

a) History of Political Doctrines

b) History of Political Institutions

6+6
 Totalitarisms and Democracies 6
 Sociology of Communication 9
Institutions of Private Law 6
IT for Political science 6
 Public Administration  6
 Political and economical geography  6
 International Politics and Ech  6
 English Language  9
 III Year L36
 Strategic Analysis  6
 Cooperation and Development  6
 International Law and the European Union 12
International Finance and Economics 9
 Elective Courses 12
Labs 3
Stage 4
Final Exam 5
TOTAL CFU 180

 

 

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