The Bachelor's Degree in Political Science and International Relations provides the students with historical, political, anthropological, juridical and geo-strategic knowledge, fundamental to orient and interpret the political phenomena in all facets.
Traditional didactic approaches are enriched with moments of in-depth study with experts (journalists, communicators, representatives of institutions, etc.) and participation in seminars, meetings and workshops.
Students will have the opportunity to write on several thematic blogs such as Geohub, an online space for in-depth analysis on international policy.
Method of attendance
The teaching activities are presential, but for eligible students it is also possible to participate in live streaming, interacting live with the classroom.
The students who attain a Bachelor's Degree in Political Science and International Relations may purse a career in the following areas:
- political parties, trade unions, representative organizations, associations, foundations
- Italian, European and international institutions
- central and peripheral public administrations (elected assemblies, ministries, local authorities, health authorities, agencies, local health units, universities)
- companies and cooperatives (financial, commercial, manufacturing and services)
- offices and study centers of territorial bodies, research bodies and international organizations
- communication companies
- public affairs
- institutional relations office at major national and international companies
Learning Pathway - Political Science and International Relations
|History of Political Doctrines||SPS/02||6|
|Public Speaking Lab||2|
|Media and Politics||SPS/08||12|
|Philosophy and Politics||SPS/01||12|
|Political and Economic Geography||M-GGR/02||6|
|Web Writing and Digital Strategies Lab||2|
|History of International Relations||SPS/06||6|
|Sociology of Conflict||SPS/11||6|
|Institutional relations and lobbying||SPS/04||6|
|Content Analysis Lab||2|
|Additional language skills||4|
Optional Group - Political Science and International Relations
|Political participation in the digital era||6|