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Degree
Master
Standard Academic Year
1・2
Course delivery methods
face-to-face
Subject
Social studies, Law, Languages
Program
School
Degree Programs in Humanities and Social Sciences
Department
Master's Program in International Public Policy
Campus
Tsukuba Campus
Classroom
Course Offering Year
2022-2023
Course Offering Month
October - December
Weekday and Period
Tue3
Capacity
Credits
1.0
Language
English
Course Number
0ABC326

Topics in Central Eurasian Studies A University of Tsukuba

Course Overview

This course examines the current economic, political social and cultural climate of Central Eurasian countries within the global context. By utilizing the Sustainable Developmental Goals (SDGs) as a guideline of the global measure, it explores area's developmental issues and identifies efforts to overcome challenges. Students will gain a basic knowledge of international developmental goals, particularly the SDGs through various readings and discussions.

Learning Achievement

Competence

•General-propose competence: knowledge utilization, management capability, and internationalism.
•Degree program competence: Professional knowledge.

Course prerequisites

Grading Philosophy

Grading will be carried out in the following points, and students fulfilling the criteria will pass.
• Participation in class activities: They include providing comments and questions during the class, but not limited: 30%
• Assignments: 1) Discussion points, 2) Progress Report :20%
• Individual Presentation : Presentation and facilitating discussion 20%
• Final Exam; Term paper (10-15pages) 30%

Course schedule

Course type

Lectures

Online Course Requirement

Instructor

Yamamoto Yukiko

Other information

This course is provided in English. NipCa fellows are expedcted to register this course.
Identical to 01DQ992.
Lecture is conducted in English.
授業形式はシラバスの「その他」欄で確認してください。 •Class type: Hybrid or Others
This course is offered mostly through online (synchronous); however, face-to-face meetings may be organized, reflecting situations and needs of the students.
•Online classes are held using Microsoft teams, unless the instructor specifically announces alternative format. Other online tools, such as zoom, maybe utilized for functional reasons. Please pay attention to the announcements during the class, as well as on the manaba.
•The attendances are monitored through respon
• Active participation to the class are expected. Feel free to ask questions and make comments on discussion topics. Occasionally, the students are asked to form small group to discuss the theme. Contributing to the discussions, facilitating to consolidate different opinions, and presenting the outcomes. This course will be completed with the course “Topics in Central Eurasian Studies B” which will be offered in the Spring semester. are important activities in this course.

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Link to the syllabus provided by the university