20 Credits SPRING


Pre-requisites: Students must have completed the accompanying linked taught module (POL3005, POL3027, POL3030, POL3034, POL3035, POL3107, POL3109, POL3129, POL3133, POL3137, POL3139, POL3149, POL3151, POL3161).


Co-requisites: POL3041

Aims/Description: This module allows students to research and explore in-depth a topic studied on a semester one module. Students will meet with their supervisor individually, to undertake research and be assessed on the basis of a 5,000 word project.

Restrictions on availability: Restricted to students studying Single/Dual Honours degrees in Politics.

Staff Contact: BACHE IAN P
Teaching Methods: Tutorials, Independent Study, Supervision meetings (one to one).
Assessment: Course work

Information on the department responsible for this unit (Politics and International Relations):

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