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Language, Social and Political Sciences
The course is designed to give non-lawyers a grounding in the basics of the European Legal System and its importance to the operation of the European Union. Topics to be examined will include the constitution of the European Union, the role of the European Court of Justice and the implications of European Union Law on domestic political and legal structures. Students will have the opportunity to examine these issues through deeper research-led examination of particular policy areas and constitutional structures.
Either 15 points of EURA orEURO at 200-level with a B pass; or30 points of EURA orEURO at 200-level; orany 45 points from the Arts Schedule at 200 level.
EURO 311, LAWS355