International Relations studies is a field involving the interactions of states and governments globally. Themes that are uncovered in the study of International Relations are politics, economics, and law and may include sociology and cultural relations. An international studies course can give you with an opportunity to travel, learn more languages and make a big difference by working as a diplomat, international NGOs or multinational companies.
Comparative Politics focuses on the comparison (Similarities and Differences) of political systems and the application of theoretical knowledge to practical case studies in around the world.
International Law exposes students to rules, norms and standards established by custom or treaty at a global level and recognized by nations as binding in their relations to one another.
Environmental Policy focuses on the protection, maintenance, regulation and enhancement of various environmental policies regulate the interaction of humanity and the natural environment.
Economics explores the full spectrum of issues that impact on financial situations and decisions. From production to consumption, economics looks at how the world's resources are used by and distributed among individuals and organisations. This involves studying areas of politics, sociology, law, psychology, geography and history, at local and global levels. The two major veins of economics are microeconomics and macroeconomics.
History examines the foundations of mankind to allow us to study the past so that we can learn to understand today and make assumptions about the future. History programs cover various topics seek to comprehensively analyse historical aspects of interest such as events, regions, cultures and historical periods
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