Course Title:The European Union: An Introduction

Course No. SUM17320
Class No. 1
Credit 2
Course Hours 32
Teacher Richard Anthony Sanders
Title Emeritus Professor
Venue Room 306 Comprehensive Building, West Campus

he course objectives will be to encourage an understanding of the history, economics and politics of the European Union, from its early foundations as the 6-member European Coal and Steel Community in 1951, through the creation of the European Economic Community (or ‘Common Market’) in 1957, the Single Market in 1987, the European Union in 1992 through to the present-day union of 28 independent European nations (soon to be 27 as one country –the United Kingdom –prepares to leave after the referendum in 2016). The course will be delivered through a combination of lectures and seminars, assessed through attendance, participation and final written examination

Teaching Language English
Field Area Study
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