Political Science and Contemporary World Politics

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BAdmin (International Relations)
Programme Code: 07131151

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Introduction
The purpose of this study programme is to develop skills in order to comprehend the changing nature of contemporary world politics. It will enable innovative and proactive participation in the management of international issues and challenges in career situations in both the public and private sectors. In addition, basic political analysis and communication skills are developed. More programme information

With this qualification graduates can work as diplomats, public servants or political analysts. Academic unit
Faculty: Economic and Management Sciences
Department: Political Sciences
Closing dates for application
SA : 30 September 2013
Non-SA : 30 June 2013
Estimated cost
R22 210 - R24 431
Course contact
* Name: Client Service Centre
Tel: 012 420 3111
Email: csc@up.ac.za
Additional information
This programme is only offered in English. Students cannot be admitted to a BCom degree via a BAdmin if they do not comply with the admission requirements for a BCom degree. Admission requirements

National Senior Certificate (NCS) candidates must comply with the minimum requirements for degree studies. Minimum requirements|
Achievement level| APS|
Afrikaans or English| Mathematics or Mathematical Literacy| | 5| 4| 28|
Duration of study
3 years, full-time
Main curriculum information
Core modules include Public Administration, Communication Management, International Relations, Politics and Economics. Fundamental modules include Academic Information Management and Academic Literacy. Elective modules include Industrial and Organisational Psychology, History,...
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