Learning Objectives

 

  • The bachelor has a profound knowledge of the main actors and the main processes in European and global/international affairs and is able to apply this knowledge in the current international affairs.
  • The bachelor has a demonstrable insight in the theoretical and historical frameworks in the academic literature on international affairs. S/he is able to apply these frameworks in order to understand and interpret the current processes and dynamics in international affairs.
  • The bachelor has insight into the broad societal context and is able to take this societal context into account in the analysis and interpretation of current problems in international affairs.
  • The bachelor knows and is able to apply common qualitative and quantitative research methods and is able to apply these in the field of international affairs.
  • The bachelor has an open and academic attitude, characterized by accuracy, critical reflection and academic curiosity.
  • The bachelor is able to apply a multi-disciplinary perspective in his analysis of international affairs.
  • The bachelor is able to work in a multi-cultural team.
  • The bachelor recognizes the importance of life-long learning.
  • The bachelor is able to communicate clearly, fluently and accurately; as well in a written report as in an oral presentation.
  • The bachelor is able to include ethical judgments in his analysis of current problems in international affairs and assesses the impact of these ethical judgments on the Solutions proposed for current international affairs.