Graduate Taught (level 9 nfq, credits 90)
The MA Politics degree, which was developed for those who wish to understand the role of politics in shaping the great issues of our day including power and conflict, distribution and inequality, relations between nations, and the new challenges of globalisation, financial crisis, national security, and climate change.
- The course focuses on the two traditional pillars of the discipline political theory and comparative politics.
- Comparative politics looks at the European nation-states in a comparative perspective.
- Political theory the reflection on the nature and morality of politics.