The research track MA Politics and International Relations aims to give you the methodological tools necessary to study politics at advanced level.
The MA has three elements:
Research training Subject specific training Generic skills training
The research training component will equip you with essential research methods skills. The subject specific core modules will concentrate on providing you with an understanding of the main theories and concepts employed in political science. Generic skills training will provide you with guidance in particular software applications, career-related skills such as CV building, oral presentations and class teaching.
The degree programme is one of a suite of pathways offered by the School of Politics and International Relations to The University of Nottingham ESRC Doctoral Training Centre.
Areas of special interest include:
- Globalisation - Environment - European Integration - Globalisation - Security and Intelligence - Terrorism - Social Justice - Humanitarian Intervention - War Crimes - Philosophy of Social Science - Anglo-American Relations - Corruption - International Political Economy