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Social Science courses

 

Management

Management and the Modern Corporation

History

Republic, Kings and People: Foundations of Modern Political Culture
Conflict and Identity in the Modern World from 1789 to the Present
Social and Cultural History of Europe, 1500-1780 

Politics

Introduction to Politics and Government

Economics

Principles of Economics

Geography

Introduction to Human Geography (half unit)
Geographies of Development (half unit)

Management

Strategic Management

History

19th Century Europe
European Society and Politics, 1890-1945
European History, 1945-2000
Spanish History since 1898
Renaissance and Baroque Italy

Politics

European Comparative Politics and Institutions
Contemporary Political Theory

Economics

Microeconomics
Macroeconomics

International Relations

Comparative Foreign Policy Analysis

Geography

Changing Worlds, Changing Places
Cultural Geographies and the Modern World

Management

Comparative Modern Business

History

Genocide
Politics and Minorities in Inter-War Central Europe
Stalinism, 1924-1953
Modern France since 1918
Daily Life in Renaissance and Baroque Italian Cities
Berlin: A European Metropolis
History of the Holocaust
History of Russia, 1861-1917

Politics

Political Behaviour
Radical Political Theory
German Politics

Economics

Labour Economics
Industrial Economics
Financial Economics

International Relations

Human Rights
Resistance to Global Governance
Transnational Security Studies

Geography

Geographies of Commodities (half unit)
Mediterranean Landscape (half unit)
Culture of Time and Space (half unit)
Geographies of Europe (half unit)

  
 
 
 

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