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The International and Political Studies Honours stream introduces undergraduate students to research into the study or power and the changing global environment. Students undertake a supervised research project that places emphasis on humanities research methods, critical thinking and high-level analytical skills, and communication via written submissions and oral presentations. The learning and teaching philosophy underpinning this course is centred on Honours students taking on their 'role as a researcher' to develop these skills and the relevant advanced disciplinary knowledge.

Student research projects relate to multiple fields of political and international issues and closely related research interests of staff.
Study Level

Undergraduate

Minimum Units of Credit

48

Specialisation Type

Honours

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Specialisation Structure

Students must complete 48 UOC.

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