The BA (Hons) Intelligence and International Relations is taught over eight modules. You will study International Relation theory, considering key concepts such as the state, nation, anarchy, sovereignty and power. Plus, you will study modules in analysing modern society, global governance, intelligence in peace and war, issues in international security, issues in European defence and security, and conflict analysis.
As well as studying these modules around these subjects, you’ll also complete a module in evidence and reasoning, which will develop your essential ability to form and evaluate arguments, and teach you the principles of sound reasoning.
The total course fee is: £4,500
and the course is listed in two parts on the ELCAS website:
BA Intelligence and International Relations - £2250 (First 60 credits of study)
BA (Hons) Intelligence and International Relations - £2250 (Second 60 credits of study)
Fees for part-time study
Fees for part-time study are pro-rata to that paid for full-time study. This means that regardless of whether you choose part-time or full-time study, you pay the same amount for the course you choose to undertake. The duration of the course and the fees you are charged each year or semester are determined by the speed at which you wish to progress through the course. This is called the 'intensity of study'. So if you choose to study at half the rate of a full-time student, you’d pay half the full-time course fees each year, and take twice as long to complete your course compared to full-time. If you choose to study at a different intensity this will alter the duration and fee payment rate. If you would like to discuss what this means to you then please contact the HM Forces team.