MSc International Political Economy
Graduate Taught (level 9 nfq, credits 90)
MSc International Political Economy - explores the international trade, monetary and finance systems, the processes of globalisation, the impact of emerging economies, and the causes and consequences of economic underdevelopment. probes the linkages of the global economy with international environmental, human rights, gender and migration issues
includes core modules covering both the 'British' and 'American' schools of IPE.
includes additional research components and is particularly suitable if you want a career in research or academia.
Vision and Values Statement
This programme aims to transform students into specialists in International Political Economy with the capacity to critically appraise cutting edge debates at both national and international level and to be capable to carrying out policy-relevant research therein
allow students participate in debates around both the theory and practice of IPE
boost students' research and writing skills
enhance students' skills in policy analysis
develop oral presentation skills
enhance group work skills
develop methodological research expertise
familiarise students with a comprehensive knowledge of leading issues in International Political Economy