Undergraduate Program Curriculum

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Undergraduate Program Curriculum Politics and International Studies– Year 1

 

  • 1st year – Fall Semester
Mandatory courses:
CF lecture: Comparative Political Economy 4 ECTS
CS lecture : Geopolitics 2 ECTS
CM Seminar : France State Institutions Society (FEIS in English) 4 ECTS
CMINT Seminar : Change in global politics 4 ECTS
CM Seminar : Policy Lab 1 6 ECTS
CM Seminar : French taught as a Foreign Language (FLE *) 1 5 ECTS
CM Seminar : English for the Social Sciences (anglais) 3 ECTS
CS lecture : free choice (semester 1 or semester 2) 2 ECTS
Sport 1 ECTS
Or, instead of CS lecture and sport: student engagement ** 4 ECTS

 

Electives (2 maximum per semester):

NB No ECTS credits, but any points obtained above 10/20 in an elective contribute to a bonus on the final GPA

CS (specialized courses)
Student engagement **
Language and Methodology Peer Tutoring
3rd foreign language (German, Spanish, Italian- minimum level B1) or UGA language class (24 hours – 90 euros per semester)

 

  • 1st year – Spring Semester

 

Mandatory courses :
CS lecture : Economic globalization 2 ECTS
CMINT Seminar : Comparative regionalism 4 ECTS
CMINT Seminar : Foreign and Security Policies 4 ECTS
CM Seminar : Social science methodology (CM MSS in English) 4 ECTS
CM Seminar : Policy Lab 2 6 ECTS
CM Seminar : French taught as a Foreign Language (FLE *) 2 5 ECTS
CM Seminar : English for the Social Sciences (anglais) 3 ECTS
Sport (no sport if student engagement was chosen during fall semester) 1 ECTS

 

Electives (2 maximum per semester):

NB No ECTS credits, but any points obtained above 10/20 in an elective contribute to a bonus on the final GPA

CS (specialized courses)
Student engagement **
Language and Methodology Peer Tutoring
3rd foreign language (German, Spanish, Italian- minimum level B1) or UGA language class (24 hours – 90 euros per semester)

 

*For students with level C1/C2 French : sous réserve de validation par le Directeur du parcours international, les étudiants dont le niveau de français est très avancé doivent remplacer l’enseignement de FLE par des CS/CF/CM. Les enseignements de remplacement doivent représenter un nombre d’ECTS au moins équivalent à celui des enseignements remplacés.

**The « student engagement » could be an internship, associative commitment, civic service or a module organised by the Accueil Handicap Service.
Any associative commitment would require the student to be a member of the board or an active member of an association and to present a substantial activity report to a jury, in an oral presentation.