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This well-established course is concerned with important contemporary topics and debates such as cultural and socioeconomic transformations, family life, social stratification, gender and sexuality, race relations and new ethnicities, migration, human rights, citizenship and cosmopolitan identity, governance, media and communications and crime and insecurity. Throughout the course, emphasis is placed on developing the global dimensions of sociological analysis. City has one of the largest and best-known Departments of Sociology in London. We offer innovative and relevant degrees that provide a firm foundation in key sociological theories and debates, including race relations and ethnicity, crime and criminal justice and media and communications. Our academics are leaders in their fields and bring their internationally recognised scholarship and research into their teaching.
Why study this course
BSc International Political Economy is designed to meet increasing demand for an interdisciplinary course that prepares students for both the public and private job markets. At City, you will benefit from our competitive advantage in this field and the department's close links to businesses, the financial industry, policy-makers and think-tanks. This course takes advantage of a unique cluster of expertise in International Political Economy at City. This course takes advantage of a unique cluster of expertise in International Political Economy at City.
IPE is an interdisciplinary field which combines the study of economics, politics, international relations and other social sciences in a unique way. At City, you will find the largest concentration of world-renowned experts in IPE and related fields. Together, we have designed this bespoke programme - the first degree in IPE in the UK
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