|Degree:||Bachelor of Arts (BA)|
Are you inquisitive by nature and curious about how the modern world has come to be? Would you like to find out how past events and long-term processes have shaped our contemporary globalised world? Are you trying to make sense of the major events that are happening in the world today such as Brexit and the Trump administration?
If so, this programme is for you.
We live in a globalised world, a world where there is an unprecedented flow of ideas, information, people, money, goods and services across borders. This NEW interdisciplinary course will enable you examine the cultural, political and economic forces that have shaped this globalised world. You will examine why society has changed and seek to understand the issues facing societies across the globe today such as migration, trade and race. You will analyse the links between culture and politics; why they matter and how and why our world developed in this way.