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Master of science (120 hec) in European studies

 

Study Plan Master in European studies (Gothenburg) – Master in Politics and Public Administration, spec. International relations and European Integration (Konstanz)

Year 1, University of Konstanz

Term 1,
ECTS
Research Design I9
Basic seminar - International Relations and European Integration (core course)7

Basic seminar - Comparative Politics and Policy Analysis

or

International administration and Conflict Management (core course)

 
7
Elective core course:
- area International Relations and European Integration
7
Term 2,
Research Design II9
Elective in-depth course:
- area International Relations and European Integration
7
Term 2,  

Elective in-depth course:
- area International Relations and European Integration

and
- one additional course in other area*

7+7

Year 2, University of Gothenburg

Term 3, first module
HEC

Elective in-depth courses:
European Environment and Energy

or
Social Europe

or
Europe in the World

15
Term 3, second module 

Core Courses:

European integration: Current research and theory    - Secound half (5 credits)

and

Integrating European Market (10 credits)

15

 

 

 

 

Term 4
Master's thesis for European studies30

*The areas include: Comparative Politics, Policy analysis, International administration, Conflict management, and Management and Public administration.

When you are to choose courses during your first year, you can have a look here. The courses will be updated four weeks in advance, but you can already now check out the courses that has been given earlier semesters. Discuss your choices with the Departmental Coordinator for International Exchange in Konstanz before you make your final selections.

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