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Shorter Thesis - International Justice (INTS70001)

Masters time-based researchOn Campus (Parkville)

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Year of offer2019
Subject levelMasters time-based research
Subject codeINTS70001
Campus
Parkville
Availability
Time-based Research
FeesSubject EFTSL, Level, Discipline & Census Date

A shorter thesis based on original research, on a topic approved by the course coordinator.

Intended learning outcomes

Students who successfully complete this project should:

  • have developed an understanding of the fundamentals of philosophical argumentation and theory;
  • be able to demonstrate a substantial knowledge of the area of International Justice;
  • understand the theoretical sources of the key concepts in this area of study;
  • understand the application of these concepts to their professional field or study area;
  • have developed research and analysis skills to enable further study in the area of international justice at a higher academic level; and
  • present theories and arguments concisely and critically.

Generic skills

Students who successfully complete this subject should:

  • undertake advanced study in a specialised branch of philosophy as determined by the student;
  • acquire research skills and an understanding of the methods required for advanced research in philosophy; and
  • complete a major thesis, based on original research and revealing an awareness of current theoretical directions in their chosen field.

Last updated: 9 November 2018