Global Affairs/Trends

This module is basically designed for the course, Global Affairs. The course is designed to equip students with the basics of international relations so that they will be exposed to global challenges and perspectives. The course is very comprehensive, broad and multidisciplinary in its nature. Perhaps you may find it as an ice-breaking course since it touches up on wide range of issues, concepts, theories, approaches and debates that are helpful in understanding the contemporary international relations. Concepts, such as national interest, foreign policy, actors, globalization, balance of power, cold war, multi-polar systems, international law and other relevant concepts are being introduced. Different debates and approaches to the study of international relations including realism, liberalism are also given due emphasis.

General Psychology

Module Objectives Up on the completion of this course, students will be able to: Describe basic psychological concepts; Compare and contrast the major theoretical perspectives in psychology; Discuss different aspects of human development; Compare and contrast different learning theories; Summarize motivational and emotional processes; Demonstrate social and interpersonal skills in everyday life; Set an adaptive goal and plan for future; Apply knowledge of psychology in their life; and Develop their life skills.