Programme info

Micro-credential: Ethics and Globalisation

Learning outcomes

This micro-credential focuses on the following learning outcomes.

1. The participant will be familiar with a selection of key concepts and thinkers in global ethics and acquire insight in some of the most important questions in international economic relations.

2. The participant will identify the politico-ethical dimensions of international events and processes, and reflect on ethical arguments concerning global politics.

3. The participant will learn how to assess different possible answers to those key questions by developing a critical reading attitude.

Practical information

Classes take place on campus.

Ethics in World Politics

  • First semester
  • On Wednesday mornings, 8:30 am -10:30 am
  • Class dates academic year 2023-2024: see model timetable
  • City campus

International Political Economy

  • Second semester
  • On Thursday afternoons, 2 pm - 5 pm
  • Class dates academic year 2023-2024: see model timetable
  • City campus

Evaluation

  • Oral discussion-based exam (closed book, open questions)
  • Written assignment
  • Presentation
  • Participation in classroom activities