Degree holders have gained a systematic understanding of the historical development and structure of the global economy;
Degree holders have gained a deep knowledge of current issues, trends in the field of international political economy;
Degree holders show understanding of the national and international mechanisms that allow Nordic countries to occupy a competitive position in the global value chain.
Type of knowledge
Degree holders have an important awareness of issues and challenges, based on the latest information and research in the field of international political economy.
Degree holders have acquired specific knowledge through coursework, research and use of the Internet in a specialised field of expertise within international political economy.
Degree holders can make an independent assessment of challenges, make professional decisions and justify them in a clear manner based on their knowledge of international political economy.
Degree holders have the ability and competences to assess, analyse and obtain scientific data relating to economic and political unrest on the international scene.
Degree holders can understand and address complex challenges in the field of international communications within a context of professional collaboration.
Degree holders can independently assess when and which different methods of analysis and complex theoretical considerations are applicable
Degree holders demonstrate a deeper and improved understanding of and a broader perspective on their field of expertise within international political economy than demononstrated at their first higher education cycle.
Degree holders have learned to think (more) critically.
Degree holders have the ability to integrate knowledge and resolve complex issues and can effectively and independently carry out research projects.
Degree holders have developed the learning skills and autonomous working methods necessary for them to continue on to the third higher education cycle, which is largely based on autonomous working methods.