University of Strathclyde
International Relations, Security and Law
1st or Upper 2nd Class Honours degree, or international equivalent, in social sciences/law subjects or substantial professional experience.
Compulsory modules: contemporary security challenges and response; principles of research design or legal research methods and skills; legal research skills; dissertation. Electives: Contemporary international relations; comparative public policy; climate change and international law; European human rights law; international human rights law; quantitative methods 1; terrorism and the law; human rights law in comparative perspective; human rights protection in the UK; privacy, crime and security; qualitative methods; contesting global governance; international institutions and regimes.
Assessment is conducted with a mixture of presentations, written assignments and exams that vary module by module.
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