Politics and International Relations at Aberdeen is unique in Scotland in bringing together these two cognate, but distinct, subjects as equal components. Teaching and research are both enhanced by this framework and many students feel there is a great benefit in being able to study the two side-by-side.<quoted text>
Other than the fact that I have listed the degrees by name and provided the link to back them up.
Instead of a broken link to nowhere, SuperFAG?
Still waiting, SuperFAG.
Politics and International Relations at Aberdeen continues to excel in the annual National Student Survey
The Department brings active research culture into its teaching, helping to take students to the forefront of contemporary debates and knowledge in the field
Areas of special expertise include Interest Groups, Public Policy, Comparative Political Parties and Elections, European Integration and Regionalism, Security Studies, Cross National Surveys, Scottish Politics, Regional IR, Modernity and Religion, Human Rights and Development Issues, Political Communication, Democracy and Democratisation and European Politics
The Department encourages students to spend their second year of study abroad. The University offers support centrally for taking a year abroad in Europe, Japan, Hong Kong or North America
MRes 12 months full-time
The Masters in Political Research seeks to provide students with comprehensive, advanced-level methodological training in Politics and International Relations. It has a dual remit, equipping students with transferable skills for graduate employment, while also laying the foundations for research leading to a doctorate. The programme gives participants the knowledge, understanding and competence to deploy qualitative and quantitative methods of data collection and analysis in the conduct of theoretically informed research in Politics and International Relations. Students are required to present research results in the form of oral and written reports. A dissertation permits students to develop skills in an area of particular interest to them. The MRes programme is tailored to provide the methodological training and critical capacity for advanced research in Politics or IR.
What say you now?
Thank you ever so much for posting links to two universities that give out Politics degrees.<quoted text>
You get a degree there too, SuperFAG?
I recommend going to a doctor to address the gun-shot wounds in your feet.
Asked and received. You can now apologise for being wrong about universities not giving out Politics degrees.<quoted text>Still waiting: put up or shut up, SuperFAG
Also, you STILL cannot admit that Britain is a Constitutional monarchy. Why is that if you so adamantly claimed that you have never claimed Britain is not one?