Introduction to Economics, Politics and SDGs

Monika Mokre
Arts and Society, Cross-Disciplinary Strategies
2024S, Lecture and Discussion (VD), 2.0 ECTS, 2.0 semester hours, course number S04486

Description

Students will apply the knowledge gained in the Winter Semester to specific topics of their choice by reading selected articles or book chapters and presenting them in class. Topics will be decided upon in the first unit of the Summer Semester. In this way, subfields of political science according to the interests of the students according to the interests of the students will be discussed at more depth. The students will learn to summarize academic literature and to critically discuss it. This forms an important prerequisite for any kind of own research.

Furthermore, methods of political science will be discussed.

Prerequisites: Introduction to Politics 1. (Can be waived in case of previous studies of political science.)

Examination Modalities

Every student must prepare and present an academic article or book chapter. All other students are expected to read this article before class and to participate in discussions.

Dates

04 March 2024, 14:00–16:30 CDS Lecture Room
15 April 2024, 09:15–11:45 CDS Lecture Room
22 April 2024, 09:15–11:45 CDS Lecture Room
30 April 2024, 09:15–11:45 CDS Lecture Room
07 May 2024, 09:15–11:45 CDS Lecture Room
14 May 2024, 09:15–11:45 CDS Lecture Room
28 May 2024, 09:15–11:45 CDS Lecture Room
04 June 2024, 09:15–11:45 CDS Lecture Room
11 June 2024, 09:15–11:45 Seminar Room 33
18 June 2024, 09:15–11:45 Seminar Room 33

Course Enrolment

From 22 January 2024, 00:00 to 08 March 2024, 12:00
Via online registration

Cross-Disciplinary Strategies (Master): Study Areas 1-3: Study Area 3: Economics and Politics 569/020.03

Cross-Disciplinary Strategies (Bachelor): Economy and Politics: Foundation 700/004.10

Cross-Disciplinary Strategies (Bachelor): Economy and Politics: Deepening / Application 700/004.20

Co-registration: possible

Attending individual courses: possible