Programme/Approved Electives for 2021/22
Available as a Free Standing Elective
1. Knowledge: Good command of mainstream, seminal and historic political science theories as power, constitutionalism, democracy, legitimacy, among many others; familiarity with master scholars in political science and philosophy and their respective theories.2. Skills/Ability: Ability to apply political science theories to real-life political issues and problems; formation of individual theoretical preference, and development of academic character.3. Quality: Reading, writing and expressing professionally and bilingually(English-Chinese) in political science and public policy.
Intended Learning Outcomes
describe core theories in political science and apply them to contemporary issues: 1,2,3Develop academic skills in reading, writing and languages: 1,2,3
This is a 7.5 credit module - one two hour class per week, 15 weeks of teaching.45 Hours of independent study preparing for seminars and assessments.
1: Reading Assessment weighted 15%
Description of Module Assessment
Assessment of pre and post-class reading (from BFSU module document)Assessment for importing mark to Keele Student Record System. See Section F1 for separate assessment details.2: Performance weighted 15%
Class participation and attendanceClass participation3: Exam weighted 70%
ExamFinal Term paper