JJUA55267U Jean Monnet course: The Legalization of EU politics and International Relations

Volume 2019/2020
Content

NOTE: the teaching of this course and the exam will take place at the Faculty of Social Sciences. The formal requirements regarding e.g. the learning outcome, literature and exam form (incl. scope) is formalized by the Faculty of Law study board.

 

See the course description for ASTK18296U The Legalization of EU politics and International Relations (Department of Political Science at the Faculty of Social Sciences).

 

This course is part of iCourts Excellence Programme (iEP) – International Law and Courts in a Global World, please see 'Remarks' below.

Learning Outcome

See the course description for ASTK18296U The Legalization of EU politics and International Relations (Department of Political Science at the Faculty of Social Sciences).

See the course description for ASTK18296U The Legalization of EU politics and International Relations (Department of Political Science at the Faculty of Social Sciences).

See the course description for ASTK18296U The Legalization of EU politics and International Relations (Department of Political Science at the Faculty of Social Sciences).
Please observe, this course is part of iCourts Excellence Programme (iEP) – International Law and Courts in a Global World. Students who sign up for the iEP become iCourts Student Fellows and will get a unique opportunity to become part of the research environment of iCourts – the only centre of excellence in law in Denmark. The iEP is
open to all Danish and foreign BA and MA students at the Faculty. All iCourts courses
may be taken as stand-alone courses but only students who complete a total of at least 45 ECTS courses offered by the centre or of 30 ECTS such courses plus write their MA-thesis with an iCourts Supervisor will receive a certificate confirming their participation in the iEP. Read more about the programme here: https:/​/​jura.ku.dk/​icourts/​education/​excellence-programme/​

Note: the course title changed from 'The Legalization of International Relations'.
  • Category
  • Hours
  • Preparation
  • 356,5
  • Seminar
  • 56
  • Total
  • 412,5
Written
Oral
Individual
Collective
Continuous feedback during the course of the semester
Feedback by final exam (In addition to the grade)
Peer feedback (Students give each other feedback)
Credit
15 ECTS
Type of assessment
Written examination
Individual written assignment
NOTE: The requirement for the scope of the exam assignment is specified in the Exam catalogue, exclusively applicable to the enrolled Faculty of Law students.
Marking scale
7-point grading scale
Censorship form
No external censorship
Exam period

The Faculty of Social Sciences plans this exam; see the course description: ASTK18296U The Legalization of International Relations for the exam period and exam dates.

Re-exam

The Faculty of Social Sciences plans this exam; see the course description: ASTK18296U The Legalization of International Relations for the exam period and exam dates.